The goal of The University of Montana Allies Program (UM Allies) is to promote a campus environment that is inclusive and supportive of all individuals, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.
How do I become an Ally?
Attend a training! These 2-hour training sessions will include a panel discussion, small group discussions and activities, information about privilege, oppression, and the LGBTQ+ community, and tips for how to be an effective ally. Everyone who participates in the training will also receive a training manual that includes definitions, resource materials, and referral information for programs and services in the community. Attendees can divide, at the end of the training, whether they feel ready to be a UM Ally!
Sexual harassment and sexual violence are a national problem on college campuses. At UM, we work together to make our campus a safe place. That's why we offer Bystander Intervention Training. In this training, students learn important strategies and techniques that can help stop this kind of violence before it happens.
This training session contains triggers related to sexual assault and relationship violence. Please contact SARC if you are a survivor and need support.
- Indian Education for All (IEFA)
- Mandatory Reporter Training
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Training
- Electronic Accessibility
- Cybersecurity Awareness Training
- Principal Investigator (PI) / Co-PI Training
This three-part, highly interactive online professional certificate is designed for business professionals interested in gaining proficiency in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) theory and practices.