IUP is committed to maintaining a community free from sexual discrimination and sexual misconduct, and to promoting the safety and security of minors who visit campus or participate in our programs. In compliance with federal and state laws, and the State
System’s Board of Governors, all university and university-related personnel must complete annual training on the university’s Sexual Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Policy and the Protection of Minors Policy.
This year, we are re-evaluating our training program. We will implement a trial in-house training refresher for those who have already completed the two Lawroom trainings at least once during their IUP careers. Therefore, training will be accomplished
during the 2019–20 academic year in one of the following ways:
This group will continue to receive and complete both EverFi/Lawroom modules (“Intersections: Preventing Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence” and “EDU: Protect Children PA”). Training is accessed through a personalized email with the subject line of
“Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Online Training.” Both training courses are to be accessed through this one email, and you will have 30 days to complete the training. Please note that course completion is automatically recorded electronically
in SAP. You cannot forward or share emails/links, as only the person who received the individualized email will get credit for completion.
New for 2019–20: This group will receive a Sexual Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct and a Protection of Minors Training Refresher through D2L. The target date for training implementation is mid- to late October. Further information
on this initiative will come soon.
This group will continue to complete the Qualtrics Training Overview as detailed below.
Referenced as #3 above: Personnel involved in summer programs/camps, student leaders, student athletes, members of student organizations, and students participating in internships/practicums/clinical experiences/student teaching, and other notified individuals
and groups may be required—and are highly encouraged—to complete the training overview. (This would encompass individuals and groups not entered into SAP through payroll or other means.)
If you are in this category and have been directed to this site, you are now able to access your required training overview through the link below. Be sure to click through to the final screen in order to receive your certificate and for your participation to be recorded. (Please note that this is a combined presentation and there is only one Qualtrics link.)
Sexual Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct and Protection of Minors Training Overview
The material contained in the three training options may be intense and trigger emotional responses in some participants. If you believe you would be better served meeting the training requirement through a one-on-one personal conversation with Elise
Glenn, chief diversity and inclusion officer/Title IX coordinator, please email email@example.com or call the Social Equity and Title IX Office at 724-357-3402.
Supervisors and advisors of groups and organizations (e.g., ROTC, Honors College, Athletics, Greek Leaders, etc.) may request an in-person Q&A and overview of the training material and resources once each member of the group has completed one of the three
training options. Elise Glenn, chief diversity and inclusion officer/Title IX coordinator, would be happy to meet with groups to introduce herself and to highlight points regarding the university’s Sexual Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Policy,
university processes, and resources available on campus and within the community. To schedule an overview presentation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Social Equity and Title
IX Office at 724-357-3402. Please note that this presentation does not take the place of the required annual training.
Please download and keep the Where to Turn for Help (pdf) listing as a reference.
Further information can be found on the Title IX Sexual Misconduct Resource page and within the Sexual Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Policy.
For specific information on Protection of Minors, please visit the Protection of Minors Policy, under the umbrella of the Office of Human Resources,
and download the Quick Reference Guide: Protect Children - PA (PDF). How to report incidents of concern involving
minors to the PA Childline and Abuse Registry is included within this policy page. Reminder: If your
organization is hosting an event on campus involving minors, please refer to the Protection of Minors Event Registration page, also
under the Office of Human Resources.