During the summer, all new and continuing students will receive access to an online training program that deals with prevention of sexual assault, sexual violence, stalking, substance abuse, and bystander intervention. Students are required to complete the modules before classes begin. This type of training is now required of all colleges by the federal government, and is part of CIA’s compliance with Title IX regulations.
The approach to the information is realistic and honest, and includes illustrations of situations that some students across the US have confronted. Also included are CIA’s policies and procedures concerning the reporting and investigation of reports of sexual violence, and resources available. The modules on stalking, substance abuse, and bystander intervention are included as these topics are closely related to assault and violence.
You are invited to view the CIA Annual Security Report , reported to the federal government under the Jeanne Clery Act (as amended). If you have any questions concerning the training or CIA’s efforts in this area, please contact me: Nancy Neville, Dean of Student Affairs, firstname.lastname@example.org , 216-421-7427.