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Training and Educational Programs

Education and training are central to the Office of Institutional Equity's mission to promote diversity and inclusion, while eradicating discrimination, protected class harassment, sexual misconduct, intimate partner violence, stalking, and retaliation. The Office of Institutional Equity routinely presents informative training programs to the University community. Any member of the campus community responsible for decision-making, advising, or investigating a Title IX process is required to attend training. Training for Title IX Coordinators/investigators was provided by DSA Associates. Decision-makers participate in training provided by the Colorado Office of the Attorney General. Student Conduct Board training was provided on campus for decision-makers.

Colorado Attorney General Title IX Training 2023 and DSA Associates Title IX Training, tier I 2023

Colorado Attorney General Title IX Training 2022

Colorado Attorney General Title IX Training 2021

Colorado Attorney General Title IX Training 2020 

Topics covered in these programs can be tailored to a specific group's needs and available time. For additional information regarding training provided by this office, please contact the office or send us an e-mail requesting a training by clicking the button below.

In addition to providing in person training programs throughout the year, the Office of Institutional Equity also has partnered with Everfi to provide online training for faculty, staff, and students regarding topics related to discrimination, protected class harassment, sexual misconduct, intimate partner violence, stalking, and retaliation. More information regarding these online training programs can be found below.

Online Training for Faculty, Staff and Student Employees (including Work Study)

The Office of Institutional Equity has developed its own online training for faculty, staff, and student-employees (including students with work-study) regarding preventing discrimination, protected class harassment, and sexual harassment.

Information regarding how to complete this training is sent to all faculty, staff, and student employee email addresses shortly after they begin employment. Faculty, staff, and student employees who have not completed the training should receive an automated reminder to complete their training on a monthly basis.

All faculty, staff, and student employees will also take a follow-up training approximately halfway through the academic year. Additional information regarding this annual training requirement will be distributed around the time of deployment.

Faculty, staff, and student-employees can access this training using their Blackboard credentials. 

Faculty & Staff Training Frequently Asked Questions


    What email address was my training link sent to?

    Email addresses pull directly from AIS. The email address which an employee’s training link was sent to can be found in column G of the table sent to supervisors.


    What if my student employee can’t access their “.se” email account?

    You, or your student employee, can contact OIE’s Assistant Director, Shelby Serena (, and ask her to get them access to the Blackboard course. We cannot change this information to their personal or a non-CSU Pueblo email address.

    Do we need to send you our certificates when we complete the training?

    Yes, but at the behest of the Human Resources Director course completion certificates should be emailed to

    HR will then place this certificate in the relevant employee’s personnel file. Individual departments or supervisors may wish to collect certificates if they so choose.

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