Additional EEO-TIX Education and Training

Below is a list of civil rights education and trainings available to USC students, faculty, and staff. To participate in one or more trainings or to coordinate training for your school, administrative unit, team, club, etc., contact us at

EEO-TIX Training

EEO-TIX is available to provide in-person and/or virtual training and prevention programs (which can be customized to the needs of your school, department, or organization) to provide students, faculty, and staff with information that includes but is not limited to:

  • The Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation (“the Policy”) and related Resolution Processes;
  • Their rights and responsibilities under the Policy;
  • What constitutes potential Prohibited Conduct according to the Policy;
  • Who are Designated Employees, including in the healthcare context;
  • How to make a report; and
  • Available supportive measures, resources, as well as reporting and resolution options.

Title IX Training for Athletics

EEO-TIX provides annual sexual violence prevention training, which also covers other forms of discrimination and harassment prevention, to all USC Athletics, including staff and student-athletes.

Training for USC Student Health Employees

USC Student Health employees are provided additional annual training tailored to their unit and job responsibilities. This training is provided in partnership by EEO-TIX, Risk Management, and Student Health.  The EEO-TIX training sessions covered, among other topics, the University’s Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation and related Resolution Procedures; how discrimination or harassment, including sexual misconduct, can arise in the context of medical care between provider and patient; and University reporting and support resources for addressing and responding to forms of discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, and related retaliation (“Prohibited Conduct”), including conduct or concerns that can arise during medical care. The training sessions also advise employees that interfering, threatening, or retaliating against students, employes, or other individuals who have engaged in protected activity (e.g., reporting potential Prohibited Conduct) or failing to report potential Prohibited Conduct may result in employee sanction and discipline.