The 2018-19 Title IX Online Course for students includes information about healthy relationships, types of abuse and red flags for abusive relationships, consent, bystander intervention, and the role of Title IX.
The course takes approximately one hour to complete, and you do not have to complete the entire course in one sitting. You can exit and return to the course, and your place will be bookmarked. Click through all of the content on each page in order to move forward to the next page. After completing the portion of the course, close the window and return back to the course in Canvas where you will find a link to a short course evaluation. Be advised that audio is used throughout the course, so use headphones as needed.
Click here to find instructions on how to locate the 2018-19 Title IX Online Course for students in Canvas.
If you need assistance for technical difficulties, contact the Help Desk at 254-710-4357. After hours contact Tech Point at 254-710-8324 or TechPoint@baylor.edu. For questions regarding the course content or Baylor's Title IX Office, contact Title IX at 254-710-8454 or Title_IX@baylor.edu.
These are very sensitive topics, and we do not want to cause harm or trauma. If you are triggered at any time while taking this course, or are concerned that you will be triggered by the content of this course, contact the Title IX Office at Title_IX@baylor.edu or 254-710-8454. If you would like to seek counseling support about the topics covered in this training, the Baylor Counseling Center hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 254-710-2467.
If you would like to inquire about in-person training, contact Elizabeth Wellinghoff, Training and Prevention Specialist, at E_Wellinghoff@baylor.edu.