Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

Who is Required to take the Training?

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) policy states that institutions must provide new students and new employees primary prevention and awareness training that promotes awareness of rape, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking as defined in this policy. The training must address safe and positive options for bystander intervention to prevent harm, including how to intervene in risky situations; the recognition of abusive behavior; and how to avoid potential attacks.

Incoming freshmen, transfer and graduate students within their first semester of enrollment shall receive training regarding the prevention of unlawful discrimination and harassment, including primary prevention and awareness training.

Within six months after an employee is initially appointed to NSHE, the employee shall receive training regarding the prevention of unlawful discrimination and harassment, including primary prevention and awareness training. At least once every two years after the appointment, an employee shall receive training concerning the prevention of unlawful discrimination and harassment.

What Courses are Offered to Students?

For Undergraduate Students

Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduate Students

Title IX and Clery Act training that engages undergraduate students in fostering healthy relationships and preparing them to recognize and respond to sexual assault and harassment when it occurs.

For Graduate Students

Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students

Title IX and Clery Act training to support graduate students' interactions with advisors, faculty members, peers, and undergraduate students (including responding to disclosures).

Registration Information

Student Registration Form

Please allow up to seven calendar days after you have registered to receive login information. Enrollment in this course is by invitation emailed from Everfi/Foundry. This email is not spam; please do not delete it as it contains login information.

In the From Field, you will see:

"University of Nevada Las Vegas" and "automated-message@everfi.net"

In the Subject Field, you will see:

"Online Course Assigned to You by University of Nevada Las Vegas"

If seven days have passed since you registered, please contact the Office of Equal Employment and Title IX at 702-895-4055.

What Courses are Offered to Employees?

For Supervisors

Preventing Harassment and Discrimination: Supervisors

This training prepares leaders to cultivate and maintain a workplace culture resistant to discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Faculty and staff will be equipped with the information and skills that promote intervention, empathy, and allyship. This course includes a section specific to requirements under Title IX and the Clery Act.

For Non-Supervisors

Preventing Harassment and Discrimination: Non-Supervisors

This training prepares faculty and staff to cultivate and maintain a workplace culture resistant to discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Faculty and Staff will be equipped with the information and skills that promote intervention, empathy, and allyship.This course includes a section specific to requirements under Title IX and the Clery Act.

Registration Information

Please allow up to seven calendar days after you have registered to receive login information. Enrollment in this course is by invitation emailed from Everfi/Foundry. This email is not spam; please do not delete it as it contains login information.

In the From Field, you will see:

"University of Nevada Las Vegas" and "automated-message@everfi.net"

In the Subject Field, you will see:

"Online Course Assigned to You by University of Nevada Las Vegas"

If seven days have passed since you registered, please contact the Office of Equal Employment and Title IX at 702-895-4055.