Promoting a Respectful Campus Community
*** Effective immediately, this course has been temporarily suspended due to technical issues. The requirement to complete this course is also temporarily suspended for anyone who has not
already completed it. If you have not completed the course, you will be notified when the course is available again. If you have questions or concerns, please contact your department's HR
"Promoting a Respectful Campus Community" is a University-wide anti-harassment online training program designed by and for Georgetown University faculty and staff. It provides valuable information for all who work at Georgetown about their legal rights and responsibilities as educators, supervisors and colleagues in order to build a shared understanding of what is appropriate and inappropriate workplace behavior.
The program, launched by President DeGioia and university leaders in 2007, is a multi-year effort to enhance employees' understanding of often complex issues surrounding anti-harassment policy and law. The base course offering includes a wide range of content related to Georgetown's policies and federal and local law. In future years, the program will include shorter, refresher courses on current issues related to these topics for faculty and staff.
This program builds on Georgetown University's ongoing efforts to foster a respectful, inclusive and tolerant community.
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