Title IX Resources and Training Requirement Reminder
Oct. 1, 2021
The University of Alaska is committed to providing a safe and respectful educational environment free from discrimination on the basis of sex, as required by Title IX. This extends to admissions and employment to provide a safe and healthy in-person and virtual/online educational and work environment in which educational programs, internships, practicums, employment, research activities, conference and meeting participation, study abroad programs and other off-campus academic or research related activities are free of sexual or gender-based discrimination. Participation in these programs provides experience that is a valuable part of your growth and development. Click here for more information about your rights and resources related to university sponsored off-campus programs and research activities.
UA Safe Title IX Training is mandatory for all University of Alaska employees and must be completed by October 31, 2021.
You will continue to receive reminder emails until you complete your training.
We want you to know that:
- UA is an AA/EO employer and educational institution and prohibits illegal discrimination against any individual: www.alaska.edu/nondiscrimination.
- Incidents can be reported to your university’s Equity and Compliance department (listed below) or online reporting portal. University of Alaska takes immediate, effective, and appropriate action to respond to reported acts of discrimination and harassment.
- There are supportive measures available to individuals that may have experienced discrimination.
- The rules of University of Alaska (UA) apply at all university owned or operated sites, university sanctioned events, clinical sites and during all academic or research related travel that are university sponsored.
- University of Alaska’s Board of Regents Policy & Regulations 01.02.020 Nondiscrimination and 01.04 Sexual and Gender-Based Discrimination can be read at: http://alaska.edu/bor/policy-regulations/.
Inquiries about the application of Title IX to UA may be referred to one of the university's Title IX Coordinators, the Assistant U.S. Secretary for Education, or both.
UA Board of Regents’ Policy and Regulation Chapter 01.04 defines prohibited behavior and details the administrative grievance procedures and grievance process for inquiries, investigations, hearings, and appeals which apply when prohibited behavior is alleged to have occurred.
For more information or to report or file a complaint of sex discrimination or a formal complaint of sexual harassment, contact: