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Campus-Wide Annual Training Requirement

The University administers online, self-paced interactive courses on discrimination and harassment prevention. These courses cover legal and policy information such as reporting obligations, as well as examples of how to prevent and respond to instances of discrimination and harassment.

Sexual harassment prevention training is an annual requirement administered at the start of each academic year for all University students, faculty, other academic appointees, postdoctoral researchers, and staff. State law requires employers to retrain employees on an annual basis.

The training is mandatory and students, faculty, other academic appointees, postdoctoral researchers and staff are subject to accountability measures if they do not complete the training by its due date. Students will receive a hold on their account and academics and staff may be subject to loss of merit eligibility depending on employment status. Please see the links below for more detailed information on compliance measures, as well as information on course content and access to training.

Information for Students

Sexual harassment prevention training is required annually for all students and will take approximately one hour to complete. You should login using your CNETID. The program allows you to save your progress and return later, but the full course must be completed in its entirety by the date specified in the annual communication regarding the training at the start of autumn quarter. For a full list of Frequently Asked Questions, review our FAQ page.

Please note students must complete annual training by October 23, 2023.

Access the Training HERE

Click “Student Login” and enter your CNETID. Your assigned trainings should be visible.

Requesting an Exemption

Students who are having challenges with WiFi capabilities, international learners with restrictions on browsers, or students who have experienced trauma may always request an exemption by contacting titleix@uchicago.edu

Additional Information

For additional information on the annual training, click your student status below:

New College Students
Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training

  • All First Year College Students must complete Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training. First Year College Students all must also take Alcohol EDU and Mental Health and Wellbeing, which is included in the student’s assignment within the system. Students must take Part 1 and Part 2 of the course in order to be considered complete.
  • SAPU students (new College students) must complete the post-course survey (Part 2).
  • A service indicator will be placed on your UChicago Account following the course deadline. This should not impact any access to resources and services you are using during Autumn Quarter. However, it will block Winter Quarter course registration. Please check your myUChicago account to review.
All Other University Students (Including Graduate and Professional Students)
Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training

All continuring College students, and all Graduate/Professional student are required to complete annual sexual misconduct prevention training.

A service indicator will be placed on your UChicago Account following the course deadline. This should not impact any access to resources and services you are using during Autumn Quarter. However, it will block Winter Quarter registration. Please check your myUChicago account to review.

Information for Academics and Staff

Sexual harassment prevention training is required annually for all faculty, other academic appointees, postdoctoral researchers, and staff. The University has created a new training to meet this requirement for our employees. Employees will be able access online their trainings through Workday Learning, the University’s new learning management system. More information about using Workday Learning is available through the following self-directed courses: Welcome to Workday Learning and Using Workday Learning for Learners. Links to these courses will also be shared with employees when the trainings open for the upcoming academic year.

For a full list of Frequently Asked Questions including reporting information for HR Partners, review our FAQ page.

Title IX Personnel Training

Information for Title IX Personnel is available here.

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