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Campus Safety at Linfield

Safety Training

We believe educating all community members about sexual assault and misconduct will result in a safer, more welcoming campus for all. Find out more about our training modules.

  • Student sexual assault training

    Sexual assault training is required for all Linfield students as of the 2021-22 academic year. Students are required to complete an online, interactive training module by September 15. Only students who have completed the training module will be able to register for spring semester classes. Linfield will be using Kognito’s Sexual Misconduct Prevention for Students Course to conduct the online training, which was approved for use by Sexual Misconduct Task Force.

    Sexual Misconduct and Relationship Violence Policy and Procedures Training

    Upcoming training for the 2021-22 academic year:

    • Aug. 28: Consent Awareness Training Squad (CATS) training for all new students
    • Sept. 9: Peer Hearing Board

    Training completed in 2021:

    • Jan. 7: RAs, RLAs and ResLife staff
    • Jan. 25: College of Arts & Sciences
    • Feb. 5: Recorded and posted info video on website
    • Feb. 11: School of Business
    • Feb. 12: Board of Trustees
    • Feb. 15: Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL)
    • Feb. 16: ASLU and senate student leaders
    • Feb. 25: CATS student leaders
    • Mar. 5: WildX and SAC (athletics student leadership)
    • Mar. 29: Linfield staff assembly
    • Apr. 7: Linfield Public Safety (LPS)
    • May 18: Student Health, Wellness and Counseling Center (SHWCC)
    • Aug. 18: RA training
  • Faculty and staff training

    Linfield University expects all employees to be thoroughly educated and trained in the policies, procedures and safety requirements of the university. To comply with regulations and ensure that a safe environment is provided to all its members, Linfield requires all employees to complete the following training modules:

    • Boundary invasion
    • Title IX and sexual harassment
    • Coronavirus awareness
    • FERPA
    • Basic safety trainings

    Additional information and links to these trainings can be found under human resource's employee training modules.

  • Environmental Health and Safety

    The director of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) is responsible for the training in and implementation of the university's environmental, safety and health policy, program development, coordination and compliance.

    On the Environmental Health and Safety page, you can find temporary policies for pandemic response, detailed responsibilities of the director of EHS and contact information for the Office of Environmental Health and Safety.

  • Title IX information

    Linfield University strives for compliance with federal Title IX mandates as well as state-based Oregon law regarding sexual harassment and other forms of sex-based discrimination. All Title IX team members and other staff attend annual training regarding responsibilities and skills required to execute Title IX and related duties.