Online Education Programs

  • Online Education Programs for Undergraduate Students

    All undergraduate students are required to complete an annual online training program. First-year students will complete a full-length course and returning students will complete a different, shorter course each year, which explores a related topic at a deeper level. Students will not be able to access important academic information in the StuInfo system, including grades, until they complete this training.

    Program Access:

    At the beginning of each academic year, students will receive an email, sent to their MSU email account, with instructions to complete the training program. The training program is provided by MSU’s vendor, Student Success. Students will use MSU’s secure single sign-on to access the course, but your password and other sensitive information will not be provided to the vendor.

    Students who have received a notice to complete the training, but can no longer find the training notice, can access the course by navigating to MSU’s Student Success site. Please note, individuals who have not received a training notice will not be able to access the course.

    Program Overview:

    Online training programs for students include information on the following topics:

    • Providing information to identify sex discrimination and sexual harassment, including relationship violence and sexual misconduct
    • Raising awareness of the impact of these issues on the campus community and encouraging community members to engage in efforts to end these types of violence
    • Advising members of the MSU community about their rights and reporting responsibilities under the Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct Policy
    • Communicating behavioral expectations for all members of the MSU community as outlined in the policy
    • Connecting community members with support and resources

    Accommodations:

    Individuals who believe they may have an overwhelming or intense emotional reaction to the content of the online training programs should contact the Office of Institutional Equity at (517) 353-3922 or titleix@msu.edu to request accommodation.
    For reasonable accommodation requests, please contact the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities at (517) 884-7273 (RCPD).

    More Information:

    For information on MSU’s in-person educational programs for undergraduate students, visit our Learn More page. For more information about student RVSM training, download this Frequently Asked Questions [PDF] document.

  • Online Education Programs for Graduate Students

    All graduate students are required to complete an annual online training program, which has been customized to addressed the unique experiences of graduate students. Students will not be able to access important academic information in the StuInfo system, including grades, until they complete this training. Please note that graduate students who are also employed as graduate teaching assistants or research assistants are also required to complete an online education program for employees.

    Program Access:

    At the beginning of each academic year, students will receive an email, sent to their MSU email account, with instructions to complete the training program. The training program is provided by MSU’s vendor, Student Success. Students will use MSU’s secure single sign-on to access the course, but your password and other sensitive information will not be provided to the vendor.

    Graduate students who have received a notice to complete the training, but can no longer find the training notice, can access the course by navigating to MSU’s Student Success site. Please note, individuals who have not received a training notice will not be able to access the course.

    Program Overview:

    Online training programs for graduate students include information on the following topics:

    • Providing information to identify sex discrimination and sexual harassment, including relationship violence and sexual misconduct
    • Raising awareness of the impact of these issues on the campus community and encouraging community members to engage in efforts to end these types of violence
    • Advising members of the MSU community about their rights and reporting responsibilities under the Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct Policy
    • Communicating behavioral expectations for all members of the MSU community as outlined in the policy
    • Connecting community members with support and resources

    Accommodations:

    Individuals who believe they may have an overwhelming or intense emotional reaction to the content of the online training programs should contact the Office of Institutional Equity at (517) 353-3922 or titleix@msu.edu to request accommodation. For reasonable accommodation requests, please contact the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities at (517) 884-7273 (RCPD).

    More Information:

    For information on MSU’s in-person educational programs for undergraduate students, visit our Learn More page. For more information about student RVSM training, download this Frequently Asked Questions [PDF] document.

  • Online Education Programs for Faculty and Staff

    All faculty and staff (including graduate teaching assistants and research assistants) are required to complete an online training program within 30 days of hire and biennially thereafter. This program includes foundational information on relationship violence and sexual misconduct as well as important information about MSU’s policy and mandatory reporting protocols. Failure to complete the required online training will result in notification to Human Resources or Academic Human Resources, which may result in disciplinary action up to and including dismissal.

    Program Access:

    Faculty and staff will receive an email, sent to their MSU email account, with instructions to complete the training program upon hire or 30 days before they are due to re-certify. The training program is provided by MSU’s vendor, Student Success. Faculty and staff will use MSU’s secure single sign-on to access the course, but your password and other sensitive information will not be provided to the vendor.

    Faculty and staff who have received a notice to complete the training, but can no longer find the training notice, can access the course by navigating to MSU’s Student Success site. Please note, individuals who have not received a training notice will not be able to access the course. If you are not required to take the course at this time, but would like to do so, please contact the Office of Institutional Equity at (517) 353-3922 or titleix@msu.edu to request access.

    Program Overview:

    Online training programs for students include information on the following topics:

    • Providing information to identify sex discrimination and sexual harassment, including relationship violence and sexual misconduct
    • Raising awareness of the impact of these issues on the campus community and encouraging community members to engage in efforts to end these types of violence
    • Advising members of the MSU community about their rights and reporting responsibilities under the Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct Policy
    • Communicating behavioral expectations for all members of the MSU community as outlined in the policy
    • Connecting community members with support and resources
    • Training employees on their roles in administering the policy

    Accommodations:

    Individuals who believe they may have an overwhelming or intense emotional reaction to the content of the online training programs should contact the Office of Institutional Equity at (517) 353-3922 or titleix@msu.edu to request accommodation. For reasonable accommodation requests, please contact the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities at (517) 884-7273 (RCPD).

    More Information:

    For information on MSU’s in-person educational programs for undergraduate students, visit our Learn More page. For more information about student RVSM training, download this Frequently Asked Questions [PDF] document.

    Education Programs for On-call and Temporary Employees:

    For information on training programs for temporary and on-call employees, visit our Learn More page.