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Mandatory Training for OEO Liaisons and Title IX Adjudicators

Tufts’ Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) provides mandatory training twice a year for all OEO Liaisons and Adjudicators.

Trainings cover relevant topics such as: definitions of prohibited conduct (sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking), affirmative consent, federal regulatory frameworks (Title IX, Clery, VAWA), new regulations (both state and federal), reporting, and investigation protocol and processes.

Trainings take place in either a confidential Zoom or in-person environment that includes lecture, small group discussions, and other interactive activities.

Interested in becoming an OEO Liaison or Adjudicator?

If you would like to learn more about becoming an OEO Liaison or Title IX Adjudicator, you can check out the OEO Liaisons and Adjudicators page or contact

Captioning Policy

To ensure that all videos and audio files created, procured, and posted on official Tufts websites are accessible to all, Tufts Technology Services, in partnership with the Student Accessibility & Academic Resource Center (StAAR), Educational Technology, the Office of Equal Opportunity, the Tisch Library, and University Counsel, developed a Captioning Policy. This policy applies to all videos and audio files created or posted after June 30, 2022, and requires that all videos and audio files created for use by the university community include closed captioning. To learn how to do this, please visit the Captioning Policy page. For most videos and audio files at Tufts, closed captioning is easy to do and costs nothing.