TITLE IX TRAINING
If you have a hold on your registration related to the Sexual Assault Prevention, Title IX training, please read the following carefully.
Before you proceed, ensure you have a hold associated with Title IX. You may check this by logging into Howdy. Click on the My Record tab. Go to the Grades and Transcripts channel and click on holds.
If you have a Title IX hold, the following will be listed:
|Hold Type||From Date||To Date||Amount||Reason||Originator||Processes Affected|
|Title IX Training Required||Sep 24, 2019||Dec 31, 2099||
|Call 979.845.0281 for info.||Student Life||Registration|
If you do not see the above on your hold screen in Howdy, your hold is not active. This means the Sexual Assault Prevention training is not blocking your registration. You might look to other holds listed.
If you have verified that you have a Title IX Training Required hold:
If you have not completed Part 1 of the training, complete Part 1 of the training. You may do this by clicking on the appropriate link below. When you login to the training, you will be leaving the Texas A&M University network. You will be logging into a webservice hosted by EverFi on behalf of the Offices of the Dean of Student Life at Texas A&M University.
- Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Training - Undergraduate
- Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Training - Graduate and Professional
If you are unsure whether you have completed Part 1 of the training, you may find out by clicking on the appropriate training link above, login with your Texas A&M University credentials. Click on Course Progress. When the course progress box appears, you should be able to see the list below.
The example below is just an example and is NOT your course progress. You must login to the Sexual Assault Prevention training in order to find your individual course progress. If you attempt to submit a screenshot of the information below as evidence of your completion of the training, you may be charged with a violation of the Texas A&M University student rule for dishonesty.
If ANY of these sections of Part 1 are not completed, you have not completed Part 1 and must finish all portions of Part 1 for your hold to be removed
I STILL HAVE A HOLD
The automated hold system checks for course completion three times a day (early morning, midday, and late evening). If you have just completed Part 1, please wait before filling out the form below. For instance, if you completed Part 1 at 10:00am, please check your hold status after 12:30pm.
If you still have a hold after waiting for the automated system or you completed Part 1 prior the current date and still have a hold, please fill out the form below.
Part 2 of the training is not required. Students accessing the training after August of 2018 will be unable to complete Part 2 of the training.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Yes, you may login and logout of the training. When you log back into the training, you will be able to resume where you left off. You will also be able to go back and review any content you have accessed previously.
Part 2 of the training is no longer a requirement and is not available for those taking the Sexual Assault Prevention training after the Summer of 2018.
The training is good for one year. Example: If you were a new masters student in Fall 2018 and completed the training and now are a new PhD student in Fall 2019 you would not have to complete the training. If you need to determine if your training is still valid please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the estimated semester you took the training.
This form is for students requesting an exemption from taking the Sexual Assault Prevention training. Please be aware that if have completed Sexual Assault Prevention at another institution, you will still be asked to complete the Sexual Assault Prevention training at Texas A&M University. Failure to complete the Sexual Assault Prevention training or have an approved exemption will result in a registration hold until the completion of Part 1 of the Sexual Assault Prevention training or an exemption request has been approved. Individuals receiving an exemption may be asked to meet with a university staff member and/or will be asked to read through summary materials containing resource, reporting, and other required information.
Please be aware that furnishing false information in your exemption request may constitute a violation of the Texas A&M University Student Rule regarding Dishonesty. (Rule 24.2.1 found at http://student-rules.tamu.edu/rule24).
Please review the Sexual Assault Prevention training Frequently Asked Questions before submitting a request.