Office of Equity and Compliance

Training & Leadership

Annual Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training

Student Training

In accordance with CSU Executive Orders 1097 and 1098, the Clery Act, and state law, all CSU students, including Cal Poly Pomona students, are required to complete an online Title IX (sexual violence prevention) training in its entirety their first year as a student at Cal Poly Pomona and are required to complete a refresher course every academic year thereafter. This is part of a system-wide effort to ensure that all students are provided a safe learning environment.

The training can be accessed by following this link:  This link may also be found under the To-Do Checklist Item in your account. You will be asked to sign on using your SSO (Single Sign On), which includes your username (first part of your email address) and password to access the training. You may complete the training in one session or in multiple sessions. You may stop and save your training at any time. Training assigned to New Undergraduate, New Graduate, or Transfer Students are approximately 50 – 60 minutes long. Refresher training assigned to continuing undergraduate and graduate students is approximately 25 minutes long.

If taking this training is difficult for you based on past experience(s), please contact please contact our office at (909) 869-4646 or the Survivor Advocate with Survivor Advocacy Services at (909) 869-2196, to complete an alternative training.

Registration Holds

Students who do not complete the mandatory training by the due date will receive a hold on their account that impacts their ability to register for classes. As such, students are strongly encouraged to complete the training as soon as possible to avoid any delay in registration for courses. The checklist and hold code will be removed within 3 – 4 hours of training completion. We kindly ask that students allow the automated process to release the holds and only contact OEC once sufficient time has passed.  

More information and a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

Employee Training

Federal law requires all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs to train their faculty and staff on how to recognize sexual misconduct, report incidents to campus authorities, and prevent sexual misconduct from occurring in the first place. In addition to the federal mandate, CSU Interim Policy requires all California State University (CSU) employees to complete the online CSU Sexual Misconduct Prevention Program Training, also known as Gender Equity and Title IX, on an annual basis. This course provides state-specific legal definitions of sexual violence, and describes victim protections, bystander intervention strategies, and school disciplinary proceedings.

In addition to this annual requirement for all CSU employees, supervisors and non-supervisors are required to participate in an CSU's Discrimination Harassment Prevention Program every two years.  The supervisory version is is assigned to those who have an M80 status. Additionally, supervisors must stay on the training for at least two hours. Non-supervisorial employees do not need to complete additional trainings and are required to be on for at least 60 minutes. Please plan accordingly. If you leave before the required time, you will not get credit for the training. For more information for Supervisors, please visit the link to AB 1825 here.

To check if you are in compliance with CSU policies, please visit SumTotal and log in with your BroncoName and BroncoPassword. Under the Assigned Learning tab, you will see the trainings that have been assigned to you.

If you are uncomfortable with the material and prefer an alternate training, please contact our office at (909) 869-4646. If you experience technical difficulties with the training or assignment platform, please contact CPP Learning at

Title IX Coodinated Community Response Team

The Title IX Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT) is responsible for a campus collaborative approach to preventing and addressing sexual misconduct through proactively supporting, engaging, and sustaining a campus environment that values and promotes a culture of respect. The CCRT serves in an advisory capacity to campus leadership and community members about exemplary practices in policies, education, prevention and response to sexual misconduct.  Title IX Coordinated Community Response Team.

Trainings for Title IX Investigators & Coordinators 

The Office of Equity and Compliance's investigation team receives annual Title IX training from the CSU Chancellor's Office. Trainings are available at


NASPA Title IX Coordinators Training

NASPA Title IX Investigators Training