UNK wants you to know the important information concerning sexual misconduct including available resources, so you can play a part in creating a safe campus for all.


TITLE IX training talks about sexual assault prevention, including domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, sexual harassment and by-stander behavior. Please take some time to review the information below.

The Title IX training takes about 30 minutes to complete and a certificate should appear at the end of the training for successful completion. 

For Students

  • To access the course, login to MyBlue, go to My Profile and select Title IX Training

Title IX Training Button in MyBLUE


For Employees

Your responses from the course will only be seen by approved university personnel and may be used for institutional program and planning purposes. Providing truthful answers about your behavior, attitudes and/or perceptions about alcohol and/or sexual assault is important. If you are a student, please contact Wendy Schardt at for questions.  If you are an employee, please contact Kayleigh Dawson at for questions.

If you have any technical difficulties, please contact our UNK Help Desk at 308-865-8363.

A flipbook version of the Title IX training is also available.


Training Materials for Title IX Team

The University of Nebraska at Kearney, (UNK) is committed to providing our Title IX team with annual training to ensure compliance with Title IX regulations as well as to stay up to date with best practices used in the field. 

The Title IX team consists of the Title IX Coordinator, Title IX Advisory Group Members, Investigators, Process Advisors, Hearing Board Members and Appeal Officers.

UNK maintains an Annual Membership with ATIXA and utilizes ATIXA trainings for our members.

Training materials are listed below:


Dan Schorr LLC, Webinars

Dan Schorr and Alyssa-Rae McGinn host a monthly Title IX and Civil Rights webinar series, which explores a wide variety of topics related to Title IX and Civil Rights investigations, policies and procedures, regulatory compliance, and other aspects of this important, challenging, and evolving field. Dan and Alyssa-Rae are joined by other subject matter experts to discuss real-world issues for Title IX practitioners.