TITLE IX POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Title IX training is available for students, faculty and staff through West Virginia University. The in-person training sessions provide education on individuals’ rights under Title IX and resources that are available both on- and off-campus. Additionally, conversations on sexual assault, power-based personal violence, consent, and prevention efforts are facilitated.
To host an in-person Title IX training, or if you have any questions regarding Title IX at West Virginia University, contact one of the Title IX Education Specialists:
(304) 293-5600 office
(304) 906-9930 mobile
Other related trainings are also available for West Virginia University faculty and staff:
Title IX: What Everyone on Campus Needs to Know
Sexual Harassment Training
Harassment and Hostile Work Environment Prevention Training
- SAFE Zone Training
All faculty and staff at West Virginia University are considered responsible employees. This means that when a Title IX related incident is disclosed to them, they must report it to the University to ensure the individual’s safety. Counselors and pastoral staff are exempt from this and maintain a confidential status. Title IX Education Specialists and WVU Peer Advocates are considered private resources, meaning that they do not report specific cases to the University, only demographic/non-identifying information that can be used in West Virginia University’s Annual Campus Security Report.