Title IX Training

College District Training

January 25, 2024: Title IX Training for Academic Administrators (PDF)


There are a lot of questions about administrator responsibility regarding Title IX: What is Title IX really? What are my obligations to report concerning information? How do I know what/when/where to report? What if the student wants to keep it confidential?
In this interactive one (1) hour virtual training, Human Resources Title IX Coordinator, Mardi Walters, Ed.D. (she/her), will answer all those questions with a specific focus on tools/responsibilities/resources around our obligations when we interact with our student population. This is the first session that Dr. Walters is providing, but it will not be the last. Although this is intended for academic administrators, all CMT is encouraged to make time in their schedules to attend.


February 09, 2024: Title IX Training for Associated Students (PDF)

March 21, 2024: Titke IX and Institutional Reporting Duties (PDF)

Consent Videos

Law defines consent as the affirmative, conscious, and voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity. Affirmative consent must be ongoing throughout sexual activity and can be revoked at any time. Silence, the existence of a dating relationship or past sexual relations, is not by itself assumed to be an indicator of consent. The person must act freely and voluntarily and have knowledge of the nature of the act or transaction involved.

Emmeline May authored a very simple, yet useful metaphor that help explains consent using a cup of tea: If they are unconscious, don't make them tea. Unconscious people can't answer the question, "Do you want tea?" because they are unconscious.

Simple isn't it? Please watch this video using Emmeline May's "Cup of Tea" example to help explain consent.

For further guidance check out this video: It's On Us: One Thing