Required Online Training

Mandatory Training for Students and Employees on Sexual Assault Education and Prevention

All students, faculty, staff and administrators are required to complete the Campus SaVE Act Sexual Assault Education and Prevention training provided by LawRoom and CampusClarity. 

Students are required to take the following training courses:

  • Think About It: Campus SaVE – Undergraduate Students (except for new incoming students who are required to complete MyStudentBody)
  • Think About It: Graduate Students - Graduate Students

Faculty, Staff and Administrators are required to take one of the following training course:

  • 418 Bridges: Building a Supportive Community – New Faculty, Staff and Administrators due to complete the Title IX training requirements only.  This is a comprehensive module on sexual misconduct and relationship violence laws, policies and procedures.  It teaches employees how to best respond to student disclosures.  
  • 420 Bridges: Taking Action - Faculty, Staff, and Administrators who have previously completed the 418 Bridges course and are due to complete Title IX training requirements only.  This module is designed as a refresher course.  It reviews key points from the 418 course and then moves into three scenarios in which the employee navigates through a situation and how to respond to a disclosure. 
  • 101 Intersections: Preventing Harassment & Sexual Violence - Administrators who are due to complete the workplace harassment training requirements in accordance with AB1825 (must complete upon being hired as new employee or every two years) in addition to the Campus SaVE Act training requirements.
  • 300 Intersections: Supervisor Anti-Harassment & Title IX - Supervisors who are due to complete the workplace harassment training requirements in accordance with AB1825 (must complete upon being hired as new employee or every two years) in addition to the Campus SaVE Act training requirements.  

The Title IX Office will be holding computer lab sessions for employees who do not have regular computer access.  The sessions will be held in Maher Hall 114 on the following dates:

Monday, October 9, 9 am-12 pm
Tuesday, October 17, 1:30-4:30 pm
Friday, October 20, 9 am-12 pm
Tuesday, October 24, 1:30-4:30 pm
 
Employees can attend one of these sessions to complete their assigned training.  A Title IX employee will be in the lab to assist.  Employees should bring their USD login credentials to the meeting in order to access the training.  
 
Additionally, Frequently Asked Questions can also be found here -

Frequently Asked Questions - Student Training

Frequently Asked Questions - Employee Training