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Its On Us

 

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System strives to provide an open and rich learning and work environment in our campus communities – free from discrimination based on race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, ethnicity, national origin, or disabilities.

As part of that effort, KCTCS has joined the national Its On Us campaign to take a stand against sexual assault and intimate partner violence.  In the Fall, we will also be making a free, and interactive online training program available to all students so you can learn how to create communities free from sexual violence. 


From October 17 – November 20, 2016 you may use the link below to sign in and complete the training program.  While this training program is not required for students, we strongly encourage your participation to make a positive contribution to your campus community.


Students: Violence Against Women Student Training Program



All employees are REQUIRED to complete this training program by October 16, 2016. Employees may access this program through the Training and Learning Center, or by using the link below:


Employees: Violence Against Women Employee Training Program

 

 

IF YOU, OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW, EXPERIENCES SEXUAL HARASSMENT, SEXUAL ASSAULT, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, DATING VIOLENCE OR STALKING REPORT IT TO YOUR TITLE IX COORDINATOR RESOURCES AND SUPPORT ARE AVAILABLE TO YOU!

 

About the It's On Us campaign

Campus Clarity

    • A cultural movement aimed at fundamentally shifting the way we think about sexual assault and intimate partner violence.

    • It is a rallying cry inviting everyone to step up and realize that the solution begins with us.

  • It frames the issue of sexual assault not only as a crime committed by a perpetrator against a victim, but a societal problem in which all of us have a role to play.

Why do students "have" to take this training program?

The Violence Against Women Act, signed into law by President Obama in 2013, requires all institutions to provide sexual assault awareness and prevention training to students and employees. There are no immediate consequences for not taking the training program, however we expect all students to complete this program by the deadline.

Where do students go to sign up for the training program?

Students may access the training program using this link: Violence Against Women Student Training Program
Please use your KCTCS Username and password to access the course when prompted.

 

How can students get assistance with technical issues?

For technical issues, students may contact admin@campusclarity.com or call 800-652-9546.

For non-technical questions, students may contact the 24/7 KCTCS Student Service Center at 855-465-2827 or visit the web page.

If you experience any difficulties or require technical support while using Campus Clarity courses please try the Quick Troubleshooting Guide below.

Quick Troubleshooting Guide for resolving general browser and web navigation issues:
1. Make sure you have a good connection to the internet
2. Try closing other applications that might be running on your computer
3. Restart the browser
4. Clear your browser cache
5. Switch to another browser
6. Restart your computer
7. Ensure that you don't have any popup blockers enabled
8. Ensure that you have JavaScript Enabled
9. Try again from another computer

If you are still unable to proceed please call CampusClarity Client Services at 1-800-652-9546 or email at admin@campusclarity.com.

 

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The It's On Us Pledge

NOTE:The Pledge is not the Training!

I PLEDGE:

To RECOGNIZE that non-consensual sex is sexual assault

To IDENTIFY situations in which sexual assault or intimate partner violence may occur

To INTERVENE in situations where consent has not or cannot be given

To CREATE an environment in which sexual assault and intimate partner violence is unacceptable and survivors are supported