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Training and Education

Training and Education

We will gladly come to you!

This page is to provide training opportunities for students, faculty, and staff which is outlined below. However, if you would like the Title IX Office staff to present for your organization, department, or class please reach out to us at TitleIX@lakeforest.edu. We schedule sessions throughout the academic year and during the summerr by appointment.

Lake Forest College (LFC)  is committed to educating the campus community about sexual misconduct awareness and prevention as well as equity and gender discrimination. Students and employees must complete required training. They can also benefit from optional education and training.

Further outreach is performed by campus committees and task forces. These groups' duties include working to reduce sexual assault on campus, advocating for survivors and helping improve victim services and assiting the Title IX Office with ensuring equity for  both employees and students.

The college also works with community partners to provide comprehensive resources to students and employees.

Mandated Training

Employees and Student Employees

All Lake Forest College employees are considered responsible employees (RE) except for the Health and Wellness counseling staff members. This requires and annual training to be completed. Please access the training here.  Note: this is different than the Mandated Reporter training under the Child Abuse and Neglect Act. 

Student Training

All Lake Forest College students must complete training. Please learn more about the training and how to access here.

Title IX Professionals Training

If you are seeking the Title IX professionals training materials, please select here.