Title IX Training at BU
In accordance with state and federal law, Boston University provides a wide array of trainings to community members.
University-wide Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training
- Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training for Employees (faculty and staff) – This webpage contains information, updates, and instructions for the Sexual Misconduct/Harassment and Discrimination Prevention trainings for faculty and staff.
- The Equal Opportunity Office offers in-person departmental training for faculty and staff on a variety of topics, including Sexual Misconduct and Title IX; discrimination and harassment; and accommodation of employees with disabilities. Please request a training using the form.
- Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training for Students– This webpage contains information and frequently asked questions about the Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training.
Prevention & Education
BU also provides a variety of educational programs designed to promote awareness and prevention of sexual assault and domestic violence.
The Boston University Police Department offers RAD training several times during the year, and can schedule additional sessions on request.
In cooperation with BU’s Student Health Services, SARP provides a variety of services, including:
- Step Up. Step In. (bystander training)
- health services
- mental health counseling
- violence prevention workshops during the academic year and upon request
The Dean of Students provides programming at student orientation and beyond to educate the BU community on a variety of safety measures, including assault prevention.
Health Promotion & Prevention, a department of Student Health Services, provides programs and resources to students on the topics of sexual health, substance use prevention, mental health promotion, and sleep.