Training

The following online training satisfies both initial and refresher training requirements. Completion of the first training portion is required. The second portion of the training optional.

  1. Login into myUA using your UA username and password
  2. From the menu, select My community and then Learning library
  3. From the menu, select Title IX or Title IX [ANNUAL REFRESHER] training
  • Responsible employees, are required to take Title IX training which includes:
    • All staff
    • All faculty
    • Residence Life student employees
      Other student employees are not required to complete the training unless it is a departmental expectation.
  • Title IX refresher training is required to be completed annually between July 1 and September 30.
  • Download the myUA Learning Library Guide (PDF).
  • Technical support: If you are experiencing technical difficulties, please contact Everfi tech support at support.everfi.com. EVERFI can work directly with you to resolve technical issues through phone, chat or email. You will need to provide your UA email address and username. If there are continued technical issues, please contact the UAF Title IX office at uaf-tix@alaska.edu or call 907-474-7300.
  • If you are interested in attending an in-person training, email the Title IX Coordinator at uaf-TIX@alaska.edu or call 907-474-7300.
  • The Title IX training course will cover sensitive issues. If you are uncomfortable at any point or want to speak to someone about this training, please contact:
  1. Login into UAOnline using your UA username and password
  2. From the menu, select "Student Services and Account Information"
  3. From the menu, select "Student Training"
  4. From the menu, select the appropriate training module
  5. Login to EverFi Inc. with your UA username and password
  • Title IX Training: All degree seeking students required to complete Title IX training. This includes certificate, associate, bachelors, masters, PhDs. This also includes online and on campus students.
  • If you have questions about the training requirements contact the Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities at uaf-studentrights@alaska.edu or 907-474-7317.

Gender inclusion training is provided to educate students and employees at UAF on ways to foster diversity and inclusion in the educational and work environments. To request training, email uaf-TIX@alaska.edu.

UAF takes the protection of minors very seriously. To learn more about required training, policies, authorized adults, mandated reporting, background checks, camps, mandated reporting, mentoring and chaperoning youth, and additional details go to the Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management website.

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