Title IX Training Requirement

Required Training for All Graduate and Professional Students

Any graduate or professional student enrolled in a graduate program requiring more than 10 credits of in-person instruction or in any other graduate program designated by the Provost is required to complete training in the recognition, prevention and reporting of sexual misconduct, harassment and sexual violence (often known as Title IX training). The Title IX training program created by Pitt’s Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (OEDI) satisfies this requirement. Under some circumstances, students may be allowed to complete special versions of the training designed to meet their specific needs. Requests for alternative training should be submitted to the Vice Provost for Graduate Studies. An approved version of the training must be completed in the student’s first semester at the University.

Note: The Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Title IX training is being updated according to the new Title IX Regulations. The training can be found at the OEDI Education page.