Training Opportunities

Haven for Faculty & Staff

All UM employees are required to know about discrimination and sexual misconduct laws and policies. To raise awareness about these issues and to provide information for employees on relevant laws and policies, the University has partnered with EVERFI to develop a comprehensive prevention program for UM employees. Haven for Faculty & Staff is an opportunity to learn what constitutes sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking and harassment, the requirement to report to the Title IX Coordinator if a student discloses that they have experienced these types of incidents, how to report an incident, and what University procedures and resources are available to respond to a report.

Welcome again, and thank you for taking the time to make UM a place where we can learn, work and grow as a community.  Please complete Part 1 of Haven for Faculty & Staff within 30 days of notification of the requirement from the University of Montana to complete this program.

To access the training, log in to your EVERFI dashboard using your NetID and password.

  • Click on "Add a Course" and select "Haven for Faculty & Staff" from the drop down menu
  • Complete Part 1 of Haven for Faculty & Staff within 30 days of notification of the requirement from the University of Montana to complete this program
  • After 30 days you will receive an invitation to complete Part 2 of Haven for Faculty & Staff

Other Important Information:

  • You will need Internet access and audio capabilities.
  • To avoid technical issues, please use any major web browser (e.g., Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome) released within the previous two years.
  • You may take the course in multiple sittings.
  • The course may include surveys to help personalize your experience and measure participants’ attitudes and behaviors. All survey responses are confidential; the school will only receive information about the participant group as a whole and will never see individual answers.
  • Should you experience problems, technical support is available 24/7 and can be accessed from the “Help” link within the course or by visiting


The Bottom Line on Title IX: Your Responsibility as a Mandatory Reporter

UM employees are mandatory reporters when it comes to students disclosing information about sexual misconduct, but many people don’t know what that means. This session will focus on what UM employees need to know about Title IX and student sexual misconduct. It will outline the University’s Discrimination Policy and Procedures for a University investigation, how to respond if a student shares that they have been the victim of sexual misconduct, mandated reporting, what support and interim measures are available to students who report to the Title IX Coordinator, what confidentiality means in this context and how we are looking to change our campus culture through bystander intervention.


Jessica Weltman is the Director of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action and Title IX Coordinator for the University of Montana.
Drew Colling is the University Prevention Coordinator and Director of the Student Advocacy Resource Center (SARC) at the Curry Heath Center.

Request an individualized presentation for your team by email