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Harassment and Discrimination Prevention Training

Student Affairs and Campus Life offers harassment and discrimination prevention training for Ithaca College students, faculty, and staff. Students completing a for-credit internship, in the School of Humanities and Sciences, are required to complete the online course. The online course takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. Students will need to print and/or save the certificate of completion in order to provide the Dean's Office with a copy for our records. Students should submit the certificate with their internship application or email it to Applications cannot be approved without the certificate of completion.  Students who are planning to complete multiple internships will only need to complete the online course once.

Students planning to participate in the Ithaca College New York City program must attend harassment and discrimination prevention training.

Any student who is interested (not just those completing for-credit internships) in completing the online course is encouraged to do so.  Remember to print or save your certificate of completion in the event you need it for a future internship, volunteer opportunity, et cetera.

Additional information regarding policies, Title IX, and training is available on the Sexual Violence and Harassment web page for Student Affairs and Campus Life .

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