University-wide Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training
Background on the Training
In February of 2018, the Provost announced to the community through email, website communication, and a BU Today article that Boston University would be moving to implement mandatory University-wide sexual misconduct training for all students, faculty, and staff.
- Faculty and Staff: Starting on July 11, 2018, the faculty and staff training courses are available to take through the Terrier eDevelopment Learning Management Platform (LMS). The Provost announced this roll-out through email and website communications.
In September 2018, courses will be formally assigned to faculty and staff based on employment roles and responsibilities, and they will be required to complete assigned courses within a specific time-frame.
- Students: Starting on August 1, 2018, undergraduate and graduate students were provided access to take their required trainings through links available on the Student Health Services informational webpage on the Sexual Assault Prevention Course. A BU Today Article announced the training launch, and students received a series of email communications about the new requirement and completion deadlines.
Information on the Training
- Faculty and Staff should refer to the informational Compliance Services webpage for more information on the trainings. The site features instructions to access the trainings, frequently asked questions, and information on specific population course assignments.
- Students should refer to the informational Student Health Services Sexual Assault Prevention Course webpage for more information. The site features links to the access the courses for the specific student populations, frequently asked questions, and tips for taking the course.