Compliance With Title IX and The Campus SaVE Act

Campus SaVE ActIf your institution participates in federal student aid programs it is subject to the Campus SaVE Act training requirements, and if it receives any federal financial assistance it is subject to Title IX training requirements.

Both of these federal laws require specific content, but generally you must offer training to your students, faculty, and staff on how to identify and report sexual misconduct, as well as primary and ongoing prevention and awareness programs to promote the awareness of rape, acquaintance rape, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.

Final regulations implementing the Campus SaVE Act were published on October 20, 2014, and go into effect on July 1, 2015. The OCR is also expected to provide a handbook with further guidance on complying with these new laws.  In addition, the OCR issued a Q&A guidance document on April 29, 2014, which provides valuable information on Title IX training requirements for employees and students.

We offer training courses and other resources to address Title IX and Campus SaVE Act training requirements with effective learning tools that help you eliminate campus sexual violence.

Learn more about how we help you comply in our Statement of Compliance, or call 800-652-9546.

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