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OSU launches mandatory sexual misconduct prevention training

Ohio State has launched a mandatory sexual misconduct prevention training for students to better understand sexual misconduct on campus.

The Lantern reports the training is called “U Got This!: Your Online Guide to Speak Up, Step In and Create a Better Campus for All,” and is designed to help students identify and report inappropriate sex and gender-based situations.


The program should take 45 minutes to an hour to complete on the Ohio State student software system BuckeyeLink.

Faculty training will be released in a few weeks, according to a university email sent to The Lantern.

A resolution passed in March by the University Senate and University Student Government to require this type of training for all students and faculty.


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