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Education and prevention programs

Because the College recognizes that the prevention of sexual misconduct is important, it offers educational programming on an annual and ongoing basis to a variety of groups such as: campus personnel; incoming students and new employees participating in orientation; and members of athletic teams and other student organizations. Among other elements, such training covers relevant definitions, procedures, and sanctions; how to make a complaint; the identities and roles of the Title IX Coordinator, Deputy Title IX Coordinator(s), confidential advisors, and other resources; safe and positive options for bystander intervention; and risk reduction information, including recognizing warning signs of abusive behavior and how to avoid potential attacks.

For a list of specific programs offered, please see the College's Annual Security Report. The College will continue to assess efforts being utilized to educate students and employees about responsible and appropriate behavior as well as the resources and support provided for victims.

CampusClarity Online Training Program

The Columbia College community is one that values a culture of care within the educational environment and thus is always looking for ways to foster that caring community. Given particular federal legislation and state legislation regarding sexual assault, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct, we provide a short training program for you as a learning opportunity offered by Columbia College through CampusClarity. 

Should you be interested in participating in this opportunity, please contact the Title IX Coordinator, Molly Borgmeyer at mrborgmeyer@ccis.edu. CampusClarity is an award-winning, research-based training program that was created for students, by students and provides different training options depending on your venue.

Step Up! Bystander Intervention

Columbia College Step Up! is an evidence-based bystander intervention and pro-social movement developed through a partnership with the University of Arizona and the NCAA, aimed at educating and empowering college community members to be proactive in helping others... regardless of the situation.

The goals of Step Up! are to:

  • Raise awareness of helping behaviors
  • Increase motivation to help
  • Develop skills and confidence when responding to problems or concerns
  • Ensure the well-being of oneself and others

Find out more information about Columbia College's Step Up! program at www.facebook.com/StepUpCC.

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