Online Training Modules
In May 2017, every staff employee at Niagara University was assigned mandatory online training for addressing harassment and sexual assault on college campuses. If you are a new employee or would like to take the training again, please go to LawRoom.com and login using your credentials or go through the "forgot login/password" process.
If you do not have login credentials and were never assigned the training, please contact the Title IX Coordinator Ryan Thompson at 716.286.8324 or email@example.com.
If you were assigned the training via email, please note that the email link to your course will only remain live for two weeks. After that, you will need login credentials to access your course. To recover your login credentials, go through the "forgot login/password" process at LawRoom.com.
For technical support with the training program, contact Support.LawRoom.com.
For technical support with your computer or laptop, contact NU IT at niagara.edu/it or 716.286.8040.
May 2017 course: INTERSECTIONS: PREVENTING HARASSMENT & SEXUAL VIOLENCE
Training Module: LawRoom.com
Tech Support: Support.LawRoom.com
A message from the Executive Vice President:
May 30, 2017
Niagara University is committed to providing an educational and work environment that values all individuals and respects the dignity and rights of all members of our campus community. One component of this commitment is the requirement that all administrators and staff complete this online course entitled “Intersections,” which deals with issues of sexual assault, harassment, discrimination, dating and domestic violence, and Title IX.
This training course is required for all administrators and staff; we ask that you complete the course by Friday, July 14, 2017. You will receive reminders of your assignment until it is completed.
Please direct questions as indicated below, and please also know that our Title IX Coordinator Ryan Thompson is available to work with you and your department or sector to facilitate follow-up discussions based on the content and scenarios of this online course.
Thank you for your participation.
Debra A. Colley, Ph.D.