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9. Prevention and Awareness Program

One of the central roles of the Title IX Coordinator and the ACTS Committee is educating the campus community on how to prevent sexual misconduct. The following are some of the many activities that happen on campus in this continuing effort to educate faculty, staff, and students on this important issue:

  • Presentation to all “Foundations for Excellence” classes (required of all traditional-age freshmen) on sexual assault reporting and prevention – Occurrence: Annually
  • Presentation at Faculty Council and/or Faculty Workshops about Title IX, sexual assault, and the role of faculty in this process – Occurrence: Annually
  • Providing a Title IX Training Video for Faculty, Staff, and Students on DBU’s Title IX Website and in all course shells on Blackboard – Occurrence: Annually
  • Presentation to all campus residents at the Residence Life and Apartment Life meetings about Title IX and sexual assault reporting and prevention – Occurrence: Annually
  • Presentation to all Resident Assistants (RAs) about Title IX and sexual assault reporting and prevention – Occurrence: Annually
  • Presentation to all members of fraternities and sororities about sexual assault reporting and prevention – Occurrence: Annually
  • Presentation to all student athletes and coaches at the Student Athlete Orientation meeting about Title IX and sexual assault reporting and prevention – Occurrence: Annually
  • Presentation to the Student Government about Title IX and sexual assault reporting and prevention – Occurrence: Annually
  • Presentation to all DBU ROTC students about sexual assault reporting procedures and prevention at UTA at the request of the ROTC program at UTA – Occurrence: As requested by UTA ROTC
  • Letter sent to all student-athletes informing them of campus contacts and resources relating to Title IX. All coaches and athletics staff members informed of the importance of reporting cases of sexual assault, violence, or misconduct if they become aware of such a situation – Occurrence: Annually
  • Training at new faculty orientation and new staff orientation on Title IX and sexual assault reporting and prevention – Occurrence: Annually
  • Memo regarding DBU’s Sexual Misconduct Policy sent by the President to all Faculty and Staff (including Adjunct Faculty, Part-time Staff, and Student Workers) – Occurrence: Annually
  • Presentation on sexual assault awareness and prevention information at graduate student orientation – Occurrence: Annually

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Title IX Office:
214‑333‑5433
titleIX@dbu.edu

Campus Police and Security:
214‑333‑5555
police@dbu.edu

Health Services:
214‑333‑5151
healthservices@dbu.edu

Counseling Center:
214‑333‑5288
counselingcenter@dbu.edu

Office of Student Affairs:
214‑333‑5101
studentaffairs@dbu.edu

Apartment Life:
214‑333‑2787
apts@dbu.edu

Residence Life:
214‑333‑5455
reslife@dbu.edu

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