All UOG Students and Employees Must Take Sexual Misconduct Training Before Fall 2016

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This follows after UOG Professor Michael Ehlert was indicted by a Superior Court grand jury for Criminal Sexual Conduct and Official Misconduct in January.

Guam – University of Guam students and employees will need to take an annual Sexual Misconduct Training before the beginning of the Fall 2016 semester.

 

Students and employees will now be required to take the training every year which only takes between 15 to 30 minutes to complete. According to a release from the university, students must take the training before they can register for classes for Fall 2016. In addition to the online training, all UOG personnel will receive live training in April. The Sexual Misconduct Training is a part of the university’s new Sexual Misconduct policy, which was approved by the UOG Board of Regents earlier this month. This follows after UOG Professor Michael Ehlert was indicted by a Superior Court grand jury for Criminal Sexual Conduct and Official Misconduct in January.
 
For more information about the University of Guam Sexual Misconduct Policy, visit www.uog.edu/helpline or contact the UOG EEO/ADA/Title IX Office at 735-2244.
 
For information about the Sexual Misconduct training for students, contact the UOG Admissions & Records Office at (671) 735-2202/2204/2206/2214 or email admitme@triton.uog.edu. For assistance with UOG Moodle, students can contact moodlehelp@triton.uog.edu or call (671) 735-2620 / 2621.