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ABA 2018 Gold Medal WinnerThis course informs incoming and first-year college students how to prevent and report sexual assault. It was developed to help institutions meet training obligations under Title IX and the Violence Against Women Act and is meant to complement other prevention efforts at your institution.

This course will help learners understand:

  • Definitions of sexual harassment, sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking
  • The “culture of care” at higher educational institutions
  • Prevention, including bystander intervention techniques
  • How to report and where to go for support
  • The meaning of consent

 

Incoming and first-year students at higher education institutions can benefit from this course.

 

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Mosaic: Prevent Sexual Violence Together shows higher education faculty and staff how to recognize and respond to sexual misconduct involving students, including sexual assault, stalking, and intimate partner violence. The course will help your institution meet its requirements under Title IX and VAWA.

This course contains required content that may be upsetting to learners.

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This course will help learners understand how sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and stalking affects campus communities.

 

Faculty, staff, and supervisors at higher education institutions can benefit from this learning program.

 

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    • Definitions of sexual harassment, sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking
    • The “culture of care” at higher educational institutions
    • Prevention, including bystander intervention techniques
    • How to report and where to go for support
    • The meaning of consent

     

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    On Nov. 16, 2018, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) released proposed regulations related to Title IX that will govern how educational institutions conduct inquiries into allegations of sex discrimination, including student sexual misconduct. On January 30, 2019, these proposed regulations completed a 60-day notice and comment period. ED is now reviewing the comments
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    received during this notice and comment period and, at some future point, will publish the final regulations. UE has updated the Impressions online learning program to reflect the 2018 proposed regulations. 

    Due to the high volume of comments and anticipated court challenges, it may be a considerable time before ED implements the regulations.

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    In the interim, institutions can use the resources on our Title IX and VAWA-Campus SaVE Act Resources page and the Insights blog to understand the proposed regulations, the problem of student sexual misconduct, and practices for preventing and responding to this problem. Institutions should first consult with legal counsel before making any changes to their policies or practices.
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Title IX and Campus SaVE Act

The resources on this page can help institutions comply with government mandates for protecting their campus from sexual assault:

Compliance Note

On Nov. 16, 2018, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) released proposed regulations related to Title IX that will govern how educational institutions conduct inquiries into allegations of sex discrimination, including student sexual misconduct. On January 30, 2019, these proposed regulations completed a 60-day notice and comment period. ED is now reviewing the comments

received during this notice and comment period and, at some future point, will publish the final regulations. UE has updated the Impressions online learning program to reflect the 2018 proposed regulations. 

Due to the high volume of comments and anticipated court challenges, it may be a considerable time before ED implements the regulations.

In the interim, institutions can use the resources on our Title IX and VAWA-Campus SaVE Act Resources page and the Insights blog to understand the proposed regulations, the problem of student sexual misconduct, and practices for preventing and responding to this problem. Institutions should first consult with legal counsel before making any changes to their policies or practices.