Title IX Training

UA Little Rock is committed to sustaining an environment free from discrimination and harassment. As part of UA Little Rock’s ongoing and continuous commitment to campus well-being, we are providing an online training program designed to inform participants about sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, sexual violence, mandated reporting, and bystander intervention. The employee training also covers our roles as faculty and staff members, as well as, providing on-campus, local and national resource information to students, faculty, and staff. It is our responsibility as a university community to work toward eliminating these types of behaviors and actions and to do so we must be well-informed.

UA Little Rock has partnered with SafeColleges to provide online training for our students and employees that will satisfy the federal requirements as mandated by the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA) and Title IX.

Title IX Talks

The Office of Title IX offers brief, practical training sessions throughout the year on topics requested by the campus.  To see an upcoming schedule of Title IX Talks, please visit this website. 

Title IX Policy and Website Acknowledgement

Both students and employees are expected to read and acknowledge through the online training module, the university’s Title IX Policy and Website. The Title IX website provides resources, contact information, and an online reporting option. All required training is automatically assigned through the online training program and the system-generated emails will be sent to all students and employees once assignments are completed.

Departmental Training

In addition to the required training, if you would like to schedule an in-person departmental training on Title IX topics or have any questions about the online training program, please contact Emily Bell, Title IX Director at edbell@ualr.edu or 501-916-5716.