Event Calendar

Thursday, May 27, 2021

Webinar: Dismissing Title IX Complaints

Date(s): May 27, 2021

Time: 2:00 PM  EST - 3:15 PM  EST

2021 Title IX 'Hot Topics', Session #8:
How, When, and the What Ifs of Dismissing Title IX Complaints

The Title IX regulations require institutions to dismiss complaints that do not meet the jurisdictional requirements of the law. This session will walk through what the regulations require.


About the webinar series:
The Title IX “Hot Topics” Webinar Series will consist of nine webinars where experts will introduce topics and key points while allowing participants to ask questions and share experiences from their campuses. These webinars are not intended to be a deep dive into each topic, but rather a space for experts to share lessons learned and actively engage with participants on key Title IX challenges and trends that institutions across the country are facing.
Intended Audience: Title IX Coordinators, Deputy Coordinators, Human Resources professionals, General Counsel, Conduct Officers, Diversity/Equity/Belonging Officers, Disability Services Coordinators, and Clery Act Compliance Officers.
This webinar series is offered at a fixed price for the entire series or can be purchased as individual webinars on an à la carte basis. Based on the NACCOP/ASCA partnership, ASCA members can participate in these webinars at the NACCOP member rate by entering the promo code on the registration page at checkout.
  • Webinar Series Package: Member: $299.00, Non-Member: $549.00. Save money and avoid the hassle of registering for each individual webinar. Link will automatically be sent to package purchasers in advance of each session. 
  • Webinar Series Package- Group Rate (up to 4 attendees from single institution): Member: $599.00, Non-Member: $849.00
  • Individual Webinar: Member: $39.00, Non-Member: $65.00

OCR/Title IX Listening Session

Date(s): May 27, 2021

Time: 3:00 PM  EST - 4:30 PM  EST

The Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Community of Practice will be hosting a listening session on Thursday, May 27 at 3pm eastern. All members are welcomed to attend and provide feedback that will be documented and considered as part of the Association’s written response to OCR.

In preparation for OCR's public hearing, ASCA would like to begin gathering information for inclusion on behalf of our members and the profession. The US Department of Education and OCR are looking for the following information to learn more about the current regulations' operationalization on campuses:
- Recommendations regarding specific regulations and provision in the current rules.
- Experiences related to the implementation of the 2020 regulations.

This session is FREE for members.

Live captioning, including transcription, will be provided. If there are additional accomodations needed, such as ASL, please contact asca@theasca.org to make the request.

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