Educational Programming

CMU is committed to developing a caring and supportive culture.  As such, CMU provides training through Campus Clarity and LawRoom, online education providers, to educate members of the university community about sexual misconduct.

Faculty & Staff Programs

Faculty and staff will be offered Intersections training. Through a series of interactive exercises, this training will provide tools and tips to promote a harassment and discrimination free environment and their responsibilities under Title IX.

Student employees and graduate assistants will be offered Bridges training. Through a series of interactive exercises, this training will provide information about sexual misconduct, and responsibilities under Title IX. ​​Information about the training about both Intersections and Bridges can be accessed here.​​

Student Programs

Students will receive a training labeled Think About It, which will introduce students to our university-wide conversation on important issues relating to sexual misconduct, such as healthy relationships, substance abuse, sexual aggression, and bystander intervention. Information about the training can be accessed here.​

Title IX and the direction of the NCAA in addressing sexual violence is more important now than ever. Athletics staff and student-athletes are in a unique position as campus leaders to promote bystander intervention, healthy relationships, substance abuse, and consent culture. We will not stand or tolerate behavior that is inconsistent with these values. We ask everyone to take steps to better themselves when it comes to knowledge in these areas.

-Michael Alford, Associate Vice President/Director of Athletics