Graduate Student EA/EO Sessions

The Graduate Student EA/EO Harassment and Discrimination: Prevention and Response session is designed to provide graduate students with a foundation in the areas of equal access and equal opportunity. Information on discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment, Title IX, disabilities, retaliation and the process at the University for the resolution of complaints will be presented.

The University's Nondiscrimination Policy Statement, Anti-harassment Policy, and Procedures for Resolving Complaints of Discrimination and Harassment will be provided to every participant. Participants are asked to assess the role personal behavior and conduct play in ensuring an inclusive university community free of discrimination and harassment.

This program is highly encouraged for all new students but not required. Individual departments or programs can decide whether or not to make this education program a requirement. 

Fall 2021 Sessions

The program will be available in three formats to provide maximum flexibility to your department and students while still providing the same content. Select the option that works best for your group.


Participation Options and Registration

Online module

Time: self-paced

Register: Any graduate student can self-enroll at any time in Graduate Student EA/EO Harassment and Discrimination: Prevention and Response under Vice President for Ethics and Compliance at 

Students are provided with a completion email which they can provide to programs or departments as evidence of participation. 

You do not need to contact VPEC if you select the online module option for your group.

Live Interactive Webinar OR In-person

Time: 1 Hour

Register your group: Please contact for availability.

Additional details will be provided to you after registering.