TITLE IX COORDINATOR TRAINING

HOW TO REGISTER

Please review NACUA's eligibility criteria below before registering for a course.

“Thank you for your interest in NACUA’s Title IX Online Course.  On September 22, 2017, the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights (OCR) withdrew the 2011 Dear Colleague Letter on Sexual Violence and the 2011 Dear Colleague Letter on Sexual Violence and 2014 Q & A on Title IX and Sexual Violence and issued a new Q & A. (See Dear Colleague Letter Withdrawing 2011 and 2014 Guidance and Interim Q&A on Campus Sexual Misconduct, U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, September 22, 2017). As a result, much of the content in this course is substantively out-of-date. In the interest of providing accurate and timely information to our members and their campus colleagues, NACUA will be updating the course and will resume registrations after the course is updated.  We will update this site and notify NACUA members when registration for the course re-opens. We appreciate your interest in the course and thank you for your patience.”

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ATTENDANCE & ELIGIBILITY

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE IN THE ONLINE COURSE?

This course is designed for campus Title IX Coordinators and other administrators with Title IX responsibilities. After reviewing the schedule, institutions may determine that there are other campus administrators who would benefit from the program as well.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

Attorneys and Other Administrators from NACUA Member Institutions: If you are an attorney or other administrator from a NACUA member institution or associate member institution, or if you are an associate individual member, you are eligible to register for this online course. After reviewing the course schedule, member attorneys are encouraged to invite administrators on their campus to register for the online course.

Attorneys and Other Administrators from Non-Member Institutions: You must be an attorney or other administrator currently representing or employed by an accredited non-profit college or university to be eligible to register for this online course. Non-member attorneys and other administrators representing or employed by colleges or universities that are not NACUA member institutions must affirm that they meet NACUA's eligibility requirement.* 

*NACUA may contact non-members directly to notify them about the status of their registration and to gather additional information, if necessary. NACUA reserves the right to cancel your registration for this online course if you are not eligible for participation in the course or for the member discount.