Training and Education

Equity and Title IX strives to provide training and educational resources for the entire Missouri S&T community in an effort to develop a stronger, more inclusive environment for all. We focus on a variety of diversity and inclusion, social justice and Title IX topics and we are able to deliver training in person, online, as well as other formats to better fit your needs. We strive to meet the ever-changing needs of the campus community. Information can be found below on the standard training available.

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 If you have a specific need, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll work with you to develop a training that meets your desired outcomes.

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Title IX overview for students serves to inform the general student body of their rights and responsibilities under Title IX. This training will include the process of filing a report, provide definitions and terms, and provide a greater understanding of consent. Points of this training can be adapted for different audiences to include; residence life, Greek life, athletics, new student programs and other areas of campus. This training may be modified to include case studies and scenario practice that includes intervention models from the bystander intervention program Step Up! Outcomes for this training are as follows:

  • Have a stronger understanding of Title IX and the rights it affords you.
  • Know how and where to report potential Title IX violations.
  • Be able to articulate the process that follows a Title IX report.
  • Identify preventative measures to problematic events.

Length: 30 minutes to 1 hour

For more questions or concerns, contact Andrew Pepper at awphw2@mst.edu

Title IX overview for student leaders training is similar to the Title IX Overview for Students with a stronger focus on reporting responsibilities and obligations. Points of this training can be adapted for different audiences to include; residence life, Greek life, athletics, new student programs and other areas of campus. This training can be modified to include case studies and scenario practice that includes intervention models from the bystander intervention program Step Up! Outcomes for this training are as follows:

  • Have a stronger understanding of Title IX and the rights it affords you and your members.
  • Understand your role with Title IX as a Student Leader.
  • Know how and where to report potential Title IX violations.
  • Be able to articulate the process that follows a Title IX report.
  • Identify preventative measures to problematic events.

Length:  30 minutes to 1 hour

For more questions or concerns, contact Andrew Pepper at awphw2@mst.edu

Title IX first responder training is geared towards faculty and staff members in the Missouri S&T community who work closely with students and focuses on how to work with students/individuals who disclose that they have experienced a form of sexualized discrimination/harassment/assault. Definitions, responsibilities, best practices and case studies are covered. Outcomes for this training are as follows:

  • Develop a stronger understanding of the institutional obligations under Title IX.
  • Grasp the role of a Title IX first responder.
  • Understand the difference between an advocate and first responder.
  • A better understanding of how to manage situations involving a reluctant victim.
  • Know how and where to report a Title IX violation.
  • Develop skills and strategies for working with students/individuals who experience a form of sexualized discrimination/violence.

Length: 1 to 2 hour

For more questions or concerns, contact Andrew Pepper at awphw2@mst.edu

To ensure that we are doing all we can to create and preserve a safe and inclusive environment for our campus community, we are requiring that all new students view and complete the Not Anymore training from Student Success™. This video-based, online module will assist in helping students develop strategies to prevent and protect themselves and others from sexual violence and harassment. Through interactive videos and activities, the program covers topics such as consent, sexual assault, bystander intervention, dating/intimate partner violence, and stalking.

Not Anymore is currently available and students are required to complete the program by the last day of their first semester. Students must earn at least a 70% on the program; that means retaking the post-test until the score is earned. To enter the program, log on at the link listed below and follow the instructions provided. You will be able to use this link to re-enter the program without needing to start over if you wish to pause your progress and resume at a later time.

Take Not Anymore Training

For more questions or concerns, contact Equity and Title IX office
For technical difficulties, contact Student Success™ through the program help button or at terrylynn.pearlman@studentsuccess.org.
Thank you in advance for your participation. Through your support, Missouri S&T is becoming a nationwide model for a safer campus community.