Mandatory Title IX training reminder

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Title IX training is an important and critical three year initiative specifically designed for Emory University.

During a diversity training session yesterday with our UIT team, it was shared with us that LITS has a fairly low completion rate on the mandatory Title IX training that was communicated this past fall. Since this training is mandatory, I agreed to send reminders to all LITS staff members as the system remains open for training completion. If you have not already done so, please follow the steps outlined below to complete the training. Note that you can take this course at any time that suits your schedule. However, you will need to block about an hour to complete the course. You may leave the course at any time and when you return, the course will open to the last page visited.

This Title IX training is an important and critical three year initiative specifically designed for Emory University. Our goal is to engage the entire Emory community in prevention, and ultimately, elimination of sexual violence on our campus. This is an initial step in that direction and this training will provide you with the essential tools to prevent sexual misconduct, respond to and report such misconduct, improve reporting of such misconduct and comply with applicable federal laws.

To access the course, please log in to Emory’s Learning Management System (“ELMS”) and click on “All Learning.” The course titled, “Bridges: Building a Supportive Community” will be listed as one of your assigned courses.

Below you will find a few tips on how to gain access to the course if you are experiencing difficulty:

  1. Access the course using Emory University’s preferred internet browser, Google Chrome.
  2. Disable pop-up blockers and allow cookies for the following web site,
  3. Once you complete the course, change your settings back to your default settings to ensure secure web browsing.

For detailed instructions on accessing the course, please click the link here:


If you have previously completed the “EDU: Eliminate Campus Sexual Violence” course, you are not required to complete the “Bridges: Building a Supportive Community” online course.

Also, if you participated in the Campus Climate Survey related to Sexual Assault on our campus, you will still need to complete this training. The Campus Climate survey is a separate initiative.

Questions? Please contact michol [dot] hilton [at] emory [dot] edu

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