Title IX and Gender Equity

Title IX Annual Report

Stanislaus State 2020-2021 Title IX Annual Report

Gender or Sex Based Discrimination and Title IX

Stanislaus State is committed to promoting inclusive excellence and equal access to education and employment for all students and employees. Part of that commitment is a dedication to the efforts of Title IX, a federal law requiring nondiscrimination on the basis of gender and sex at educational institutions, and the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act, a federal act that aims to prevent gender-based and sexual violence and harassment, as well as requiring that educational institutions respond when it occurs. Another law that shapes Stan State’s commitment to equity and inclusion is the Student Safety: Sexual Assault law which defines the affirmative consent standard for California schools.

Gender or sex based discrimination and sexual misconduct are serious offenses that violate fundamental rights and personal dignity. We offer numerous support and reporting options for victims of gender or sex based discrimination and sexual misconduct. Even if you are not a victim, you can help by reporting such incidents.

Annual Title IX Training for Students

All students at the university are required by Executive Order 1095 to complete Title IX training each academic year. An online training program has been implemented to help you understand issues of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, stalking, bullying, and alcohol and drug abuse.

All new students will complete the Not Anymore program. Not Anymore covers crucial topics like consent, healthy and unhealthy relationships and what to do in the event violence occurs. You will also learn how to identify potentially dangerous situations and how to intervene to put a stop to them. Not Anymore will give you the knowledge and power to make your campus safer.

Returning or continuing students complete a refresher course each academic year after their initial training with the Not Anymore program.

If you have any inquiries about this training or possible registration holds, please contact Heather Kaiser at hthompson@csustan.edu.

We are updating our training platform for the 21-22AY. Updates and new training deadlines will be announced via email and StanNews.