Northern Michigan University utilizes a range of training to promote awareness, risk reduction, and prevention programing in an effort to reduce the risk of sexual misconduct. Sexual misconduct collectively identifies any of the following acts of unwanted to unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature that occurs without consent: sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, dating violence, domestic violence, voyeurism, sex discrimination, and any other conduct of a sexual nature that is nonconsensual.
Northern Michigan University provides online training to employees on preventing harassment, discrimination, and sexual violence, and how to report it through LawRoom. Campus Clarity provides training to all incoming first year students and transfer students on the same topics. Programs and other training offered throughout the year includes bystander intervention, prevention, awareness, including training on institutional policies on sex/gender discrimination and sexual and/or relationship misconduct. NMU also offers programs and information on risk reduction.
If you have questions regarding the training, please contact Title IX Coordinator, Janet Koski, in the Equal Opportunity Office at email@example.com.