Training & Educational Programs

Opportunities for Our Campus Community

The Title IX Office conducts interactive workshops and programs throughout the year for students, staff, and faculty, such as at Embark Orientation for incoming students and responsible employee training for staff and faculty. Program content is tailored to each audience. We aim to educate our campus community about gender-based harassment and discrimination: how to prevent it, how to intervene, how to report it, and what on- and off-campus resources are available to those impacted. The goal is to move our community beyond compliance-based knowledge and toward practical skills to foster a respectful and inclusive community.

If you have questions about your training obligations or would like to schedule a customized in-person training for your department or team, please contact the Office by phone (828.232.5658) or email.


Our Professional Training

The Associate Vice Chancellor of Institutional Integrity and Access, who is also the Title IX/ADA Coordinator and Clery Act Compliance Officer, engages in ongoing professional development related to compliance efforts and providing a trauma-informed, culturally responsive approach to disclosures concerning harassment and discrimination.

In accordance with UNC Asheville’s obligations under the U.S. Department of Education’s 2020 Final Title IX Rules Section 106.45, all materials used to train the Title IX Coordinator, investigators, hearing and appellate officers, and any person who facilitates an informal resolution process are available here.

Title IX Coordinator and Investigators

Hearing and Appellate Officers