Students, employees required to take sexual misconduct prevention training
Every year Ohio State requires students and employees to complete online training designed to help them recognize, prevent and report sexual misconduct, and to educate them about resources to help those who might have experienced sexual misconduct. All students and employees were notified by email of this requirement in early October 2021.
Students, including graduate and professional students, have been assigned the appropriate U Got This! course in their BuckeyeLearn transcript; employees have been assigned the Report=Support! course. Anyone who is both a student and an employee at Ohio State has been assigned both courses.
This year, merit-eligible employees who do not complete Report=Support! by April 29, 2022, will not be eligible for annual merit increases that take effect September 2022. Student employees, graduate associates and other employees who are not classified as merit-eligible may be subject to unit-specific consequences for non-completion. Bargaining unit employees should follow their applicable collective bargaining agreements.
Students and employees can access their training by logging into buckeyelearn.osu.edu with their Ohio State credentials. From there, they should select the “My Transcript” button on the BuckeyeLearn homepage and click the “Launch” button to begin.
Once a course is completed, it will move to the completed transcript in BuckeyeLearn, which can be viewed by changing the “Active” button on the top of the transcript to “Completed.” Please allow 24-48 hours for this item to be removed from your BuckeyeLink “To Do” list.
If at any point the training content triggers an individual, he or she should exit the course and email email@example.com request an alternative option. Visit Ohio State’s Title IX website to view FAQs or email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information. For technical assistance, contact the IT Service Desk at (614) 688-4357 or through Self Service.