Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences

Title IX Training

All OSU students, faculty and staff are required to complete Title IX training. The training you complete will depend on your role with the university. Faculty and staff who are also enrolled as students at OSU will need to take both student and faculty/staff training.

OSU-CHS Medical Students

Access 1is2many Title IX training for OSU medical students using this link. You will be asked to log in with your OKEY account and password before being taken to the online training.

OSU-CHS Graduate Students

Access 1is2many Title IX training for OSU graduate students using this link. You will be asked to log in with your OKEY account and password before being taken to the online training.

OSU-CHS Faculty and Staff

OSU-CHS full-time faculty and full- and part-time staff access Title IX training using the OSU Learning Management System. Get more information about faculty and staff Title IX training using this link. If you are experiencing difficulty accessing the Cornerstone Learning Management System, read these troubleshooting tips for help.

Part-time and adjunct faculty have access to online training at Part-Time Faculty Title IX Training. It is recommended that you access this course using Firefox or Google Chrome, watch for pop up blockers, and make sure you have java enabled on your computer. This training includes a quiz and results page you can print at the end of the course. This training will take you approximately 30 minutes to complete. Please note that you must print the final page of the completed quiz with your name and email/present a copy to the OSU in Tulsa Title IX Coordinator at tulsa.titleix@okstate.edu or OSU-Tulsa Main Hall 1405.

OSU-CHS Residents, Preceptors and others

OSU-CHS residents, preceptors and others should first attempt to log in using the OSU Learning Management System as described under Faculty and Staff. If you have an OKEY login and are able to successfully log in to http://talent.okstate.edu then you should complete the Title IX training as described in the Faculty and Staff section.

If you are unable to log in to the Learning Management System, you may access faculty and staff Title IX training using this link. When you complete the quiz at the end you must print the confirmation page and submit it to your supervisor. You can also do this digitally by saving the page as a PDF or taking a screen capture and then attaching to an email.

If you are experiencing difficulty accessing the Cornerstone Learning Management System, read these troubleshooting tips for help. Employees with questions about Title IX training should contact Human Resources at 918-594-8221 or tulsa.hr@okstate.edu.

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