Kennesaw State University is committed to providing a safe and welcoming campus community. Education is an important component in equipping students, faculty, staff and community members with the tools to reach this goal.
Beginning in Summer Semester 2015, all new students at Kennesaw State University will be required to complete an interactive online educational program.
The program will cover sensitive issues surrounding interpersonal violence prevention. Topics covered include: consent, nonconsensual sexual contact, alcohol, dating and domestic violence, stalking, healthy relationships and bystander intervention.
The educational program must be completed prior to the student’s registration for the next academic term.
The primary sexual misconduct prevention program for KSU employees is Bridges: Building a Supportive Community. This is a web-based, interactive training program for faculty and staff that includes scenarios and examples they may face around nonconsensual sexual contact, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking and sexual harassment.
The refresher sexual misconduct prevention program for KSU employees is Bridges: Taking Action. This is a web-based, interactive training program for faculty and staff will remind you and your colleagues with important skills and resources to help foster a safe, inclusive, and healthy campus envrionment.