All graduate students who are new to Mizzou are required to complete an online, video-based educational program called Not Anymore. This includes all first-year students and transfer students. Not Anymore provides critical information about sexual assault, consent, dating and domestic violence, stalking, bystander intervention and much more. New students who do not complete the training will have an enrollment hold placed on their accounts for future terms. To get started, go to: http://civilrights.missouri.edu/education/not-anymore.php.
Questions? Contact the Office for Civil Rights & Title IX at (573) 882-3880.
Discrimination Prevention and Title IX (required by UM System)
All employees, including graduate assistants and postdoctoral scholars, within the University of Missouri System are required to successfully complete an online compliance training module, Building a Foundation: Discrimination Prevention and Title IX. The training is aimed at sustaining a “positive learning and workplace environment that supports and promotes inclusion, respect, and diversity” on all four campuses.
Upon completion of this training module, you will be able to:
To learn more and log in, start at this UM System page
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Teaching assistants, instructors and ALL other Mizzou employees who have access to student records are required to complete training on the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. FERPA is the law concerning how information is released and to whom. Prior to receiving security access to student information on myZou, individuals must pass a FERPA test, verifying a working knowledge of the law. The online FERPA quiz is located in BlackBoard where you have the ability to self enroll in the tutorial.
Learn more about student’s rights under FERPA on the Registrar’s site