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, staff members across the Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion offer a variety of trainings for members of the WVU community.
To request an in-person training, please utilize our online form. Please fill out the form as completely as possible, so that our Education Team can best serve you:
- 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.
If you wish to speak to someone anonymously, please call the Title IX On-Call Line at (304) 906-9930. Someone is available to take your call, twenty-four hours a day.