Online Training Modules

In May 2017, Niagara University staff and administration were assigned mandatory online training for addressing harassment and sexual assault on college campuses, and we achieved 100% course completion and compliance. In September 2017, all Niagara University faculty (full-time and part-time) were assigned the course, as well.

If you are a new employee or would like to take the training again, please go to LawRoom.com and login using your NU email or go through the "forgot 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 rthompson@niagara.edu.

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 password" process at LawRoom.com using your NU email address. 

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.

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2017 course: INTERSECTIONS: PREVENTING HARASSMENT & SEXUAL VIOLENCE

Training Module: LawRoom.com

Tech Support: Support.LawRoom.com

A message from the Provost and Faculty Union President:

Sept. 12, 2017

Dear Colleagues,

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 that all faculty complete this online, self-paced course entitled “Intersections,” which deals with issues of sexual assault, harassment, discrimination, dating and domestic violence, and Title IX.

NU staff and administration were assigned the course over the summer, and we have achieved 100% course completion. This valuable training helps NU meet the high standards of the NYS Enough Is Enough legislation, and takes between 75 and 100 minutes to complete. You can also start and leave the course as often as you like.

We ask that you complete the course by Oct. 30, 2017. However, if you are teaching NUB, we strongly recommend completion in the next two weeks. Reminders will be sent periodically until the course is completed.

Please know that our Title IX Coordinator Ryan Thompson is available to work with you and your department to facilitate follow-up discussions based on the content of this online course, or to answer any questions about the material.

Thank you for your participation.

Sincerely,

Dave Reilly
NULTA President

Tim Ireland
Provost