The University of San Diego is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for children under the age of 18 (“Minors”) who visit our campus or participate in university programs and activities. Education and communication is a key component of our efforts to promote child safety. The training videos and guide accessible through this site are intended to provide information about appropriate conduct with Minors, how to recognize signs of abuse, and what to do if you know or reasonably suspect that child abuse or neglect has occurred. We appreciate your timely participation in this training program.
To access the Protecting Minors on Campus Required Training, you must be registered with a USD-operated activity or program in which a minor (under age 18) will be physically present and participating. For a direct link to the registration system, please visit Program Registration System.
- Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training Guide
- Currently, training for Mandated Reporters is available online through the California Department of Social Services. For more information, please visit Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training California.
- In addition, the Office of the General Counsel is available to provide group trainings on the requirements of the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act. For more information, contact (619) 260-7974.