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The Office of Title IX offers training to the campus population on student, faculty and staff rights and responsibilities, and other issues relating to sexual misconduct. In addition, the Office of Title IX offers general sexual harassment awareness workshops to the UH Mānoa campus. Please complete the training request form if you wish to schedule a training session.

Online training for Employees

The UH’s primary concern is to ensure that all students and employees are provided safer and respectful learning and working environments. As an update to this commitment, all employees are required by law (Act 208, Session Laws 2016) to complete training on Title IX, VAWA and UH policies.

Where can I go to complete the required training?

The training is available at: You will be prompted for your UH username and password to access the training. A guide and more detailed training description is available at:

How long is the training?

The training takes approximately 2–3 hours to complete.

Do I have to complete the training all at once?

No, you are able to enter and exit the training at any point. The training will automatically track your progress and save where you last left off. For more information, please email or call the UH Office of Institutional Equity at or (808) 956-8629.

Online training for Students

Vector is an educational tool for students to learn about sex-discrimination, gender-based violence, and the rights and resources available to them on campus and in the community.

Some materials covered in this training course may remind students of upsetting experiences that they (or a friend or family member) have gone through. Students can stop the training at any time and access support or assistance through University and community resources.

For more information on the training and additional resources available on campus and in the community, visit the UH System Title IX & Office of Institutional Equity website.

Student Online Training FAQs:

Title IX Training Archive

The University is mandated by the Title IX Regulations, 34 CFR Part 106.45(b)(10), to post training content used to satisfy the Title IX Regulations’ training requirements to the University’s website. The training provided to meet the regulatory training requirements were provided by the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA).

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