1. What’s included in this online course?

This course contains (1) three modules including pre-recorded webinars, self-assessment quizzes, and reading assignments and (2) if you signed up in October 2023 or prior, modules including a series of synchronous, live classes (i.e., webinars). Synchronous, live classes will resume in some form when the updated course launches after the Department of Education releases the updated final Title IX regulations.

This course will undergo a significant course update at the time that the U.S. Department of Education releases the final updated Title IX regulations. This updated course will launch as soon as is feasible based on the regulations release date and may have a different format than the current course addressing the August 2020 Title IX Regulations. 

2. Are the courses conducted in real time?

The three modules containing pre-recorded webinars are asynchronous. Once registered, students are able to view the instructors' presentations at their convenience - at home, the office, or anywhere there is a connection to the Internet. 

3. How do I access the course materials?

All course materials will be available for viewing on the course platform.

4. Do I need any special equipment to participate in the course?

To participate in the online course, you will need a PC or Mac with an Internet connection, loaded with a Web browser (Google Chrome or Mozilla are the preferred browsers, but any browser will work). You will also need Adobe Reader for reading PDF files which is available for free download from www.adobe.com. 

5. Do I have to register as an individual or can my institution register as a site?

Courses are open for individual registration only. 

6. How much time can I expect to spend on the course per week?

On average, you can expect to spend approximately 2-3 hours per module on course materials including viewing the instructors’ presentations or participating in the classes, reading assignments, and completing assessments. Course participants are also expected to complete a course evaluation. 

7. Can I receive CLE credit for participating in the course?

NACUA will apply to the MCLE of every state after the completion of the online course. You may be eligible to receive CLE credit for participating in a NACUA online course. MCLE credit is subject to each state's rules and regulations. States differ in their definition of "CLE". For more information, visit our CLE credit page. 

8. What is the refund policy?

There are no refunds for online courses.

9. When will I receive information on how to log on to the online course I registered for?

You will receive information via email upon registration.  Course materials are available to course participants on the course's page in NACUA’s Online Learning Center.  Log-in is required.

10. Who is eligible to attend the course?

Click here for course eligibility information.

11. Will I receive a certificate for completing the course?

Yes, course participants will receive a certificate of completion for the course provided that they complete all of the required elements of each of the modules.  For modules one through three (i.e., the modules containing the pre-recorded webinars), this consists of completing the videos and required reading and receiving a passing score on each assessment. 

12. How long will I have access to the course?

Participants can access course materials for one year from the date of purchase. 

13. Who do I contact if I have questions?

If you have additional questions, please contact us at nacua@nacua.org or (202) 833-8390.   

14. How do I post materials from the course in order to meet the Title IX regulations’ requirement that institutions of higher education make any training materials publicly available on their website?

All substantive elements of the course are available for download on the course's page.  Course participants are welcome to download and post the course materials if they deem doing so appropriate in accordance with 34 C.F.R. §106.45(b)(10).  Course participants must use their own discretion when deciding what content is appropriate to post in order to meet specific regulatory requirements.