Title IX’s New, Online Training Tool Designed With You in Mind

Know Your Nine

 

As a student, you should know your rights, especially when it relates to sexual misconduct on campus.

That’s why it’s important to take the college’s online Title IX training program each year. It reviews the types of sexual misconduct, how to report unwanted behavior or an assault, the many resources available to victims and more.

But don’t take our word for it. See for yourself.

We recently updated the online training tool to include fresh, new content; engaging QR Codeanimation; real-life scenarios; and more. Put simply, we’ve created a training tool with you in mind.

So what are you waiting for? Click here or scan the QR code at right today to “know your IX.”

 

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

Student Life and the Title IX office are partnering with the domestic violence unit of CMPD to bring a program aimed at preventing teen dating violence to our campuses.  Dating violence is a growing problem among teenagers, and this program’s goal is to raise awareness and help prevent such incidents.  Join us on one of the following dates.
Merancas, Monday February 13 at 10  a.m.
Levine, Monday, February 20 at 12:30 p.m.
Central, Tuesday, February 21 at 11 a.m.
Cato, Wednesday, February 22 at 10 a.m.

Harper, Monday, March 1 at 12:30 p.m.

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Institutional Equity at ext. 3534 or the student life coordinator on your campus.

Find Out How Title IX Works for You

What is the first thing you think of when you hear Title IX?  If you are like most people, you either think of athletics or you have no idea.  In fact, Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in all aspects of education.  Title IXWhile this includes athletics, it encompasses so much more.  Check out our website to find out at www.cpcc.edu/titleix.

Title IX Works For You. Find Out How!

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The CPCC Title IX office is located on Central Campus. Leon Matthews our Title IX coordinator and Margaret Smith our Title IX administrator.  To find out more about Title IX, click here or call the Office of Institutional Equity at 704-330-2722, ext. 3534.  If you would like for us to speak to your student group about this important federal law, please let us know.

Do You Know Your IX? New Online Training Tool Now Available in MyCollege!

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CPCC has launched its new Title IX online training tool in MyCollege!

The rights and responsibilities listed under Title IX are yours. They were created for you, to make you feel safe and welcome on campus.

That’s why CPCC wants you to know your IX. To accomplish this goal, the college has launched a new Title IX online training tool designed to raise awareness of this important law that was written to bring gender equality to all educational programs.

By participating in the training session, you’ll not only educate yourself on Title IX, but also help support CPCC’s culture of safety and equality.

Learn more today by visiting MyCollege!

Do You Know Your IX?

The rights and responsibilities listed under Title IX are yours. They were created for you, to make you feel safe and welcome on campus. Title IX

That’s why CPCC wants you to know your IX. To accomplish this goal, we plan to launch a new Title IX online training tool in May that will be accessible through MyCollege.

By participating in the training session, you not only educate yourself about Title IX, but also help support CPCC’s culture of safety and equality.

Stay tuned to CPCC Today and our other communication channels for more information about the launch of our new online training tool, designed to raise awareness of Title IX – a law that was written to bring gender equality to all educational programs.

Interested in learning more about Title IX today? Visit cpcc.edu/titleix.

New Policies for CPCC Employees and Students

On October 31, 2014, the CPCC Board of Trustees approved new policies on Sexual Misconduct to ensure college compliance with Federal Title IX requirements of higher education institutions.  Please take the time to familiarize yourself with these policies. Employees are covered under 4.64 Sexual Misconduct Policy and students by 7.20 Sexual Misconduct Policy. More information on these policies and their implementation will be forthcoming.