UNOH Training Staff and Students about Campus SaVE Act

Posted on Monday, November 16, 2015

On March 7, 2013 President Obama signed the Campus SaVE Act into law as part of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA).  The Campus SaVE Act requires uniform reporting standards for sexual assaults on college campuses and requires schools to provide clear guidelines to students on their sexual assault policies. The new law also emphasizes steps schools can take to educate students and help prevent sexual assault. Much of this content falls within Title IX regulations to which universities must also comply.

The University of Northwestern Ohio has partnered with Campus Clarity, a provider of LawRoom, to ensure its compliance with the Campus SaVE Act.  UNOH is working with Campus Clarity to implement and offer online training modules for students to complete.  The training focuses on key topics such as harassment, sexual harassment, dating violence, and more.  All campus employees will be required to complete the training.  The training programs will roll out mid-November. 

In addition to the training, UNOH has expanded the amount of information available to students regarding its Title IX policies, support services at UNOH, and procedures for reporting an incident.  Resources, contact information, and policy information can be found at

For more information, contact the UNOH Title IX Coordinator, Danielle McClure, at

Category: Campus & Community

Keywords: Title IX

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