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Sexual Harassment Prevention and Title IX

Pacific believes in creating and maintaining a safe working and learning environment for our faculty, staff and students and all members of our community. Part of our responsibility is understanding and modeling appropriate behaviors to prevent sexual misconduct and knowing what to do for ourselves, our students and each other in taking appropriate action if sexual misconduct is experienced, observed or reported. 

All Pacific employees are responsible for knowing what sexual harassment is and are required by law to report it, if and when students or colleagues share information with them. To cultivate and maintain a safe and respectful environment free from any form of harassment or sexual misconduct, University of the Pacific is providing sexual harassment prevention and Title IX training to all employees (see Pacific's Title IX Policy: go.pacific.edu/TitleIX).

How to register

  • Online: Complete the Sexual Harassment Prevention and Title IX training on Bridge (Pacific log-in required). This course satisfies California AB 1825's 2 hour minimum, but may require more time. 
  • If you are a new hire, you will receive an email from Bridge (pacific.bridgeapp.com) with information on how to login. If you did not received an email, you can directly login to Bridge or contact Learning and Development at 209-946-2097.

 Expand your training with these post-training resources: