For Affiliates

NOTE: This is the affiliate training page and is intended for use only by affiliates who do not have a UMID. If you have a UMID, you must exit this page and go to www.umaryland.edu/titleix/training and select UMB Employees to access the appropriate employee online training courses and correctly record your completion of the courses. If you have any questions about your status, please contact your HR Administrator before completing this training course.

All University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) affiliates (including, without limitation, vendors, third-party contractors, volunteers, preceptors, and on-site supervisors for clinical rotations) are expected to adhere to UMB nondiscrimination policies and procedures and are required to complete Title IX awareness training each academic year.

In addition, UMB affiliates acting in the capacity of administrator, faculty, non-confidential staff, teaching assistants, or institutional law enforcement are considered "responsible employees" under UMB Policy. Any responsible employee who receives an oral or written complaint of prohibited sex discrimination involving UMB faculty, staff, students, or a UMB affiliate has an affirmative responsibility to promptly report the complaint to the Title IX Coordinator.

To complete this UMB Affiliate Training:
  1. Download and review the Affiliate Training Presentation 2017.
  2. Complete and submit the Acknowledgment Receipt Form below.

Acknowledgment Receipt Form

Fill out my online form.

All members of the UMB community are required to complete Title IX awareness training each academic year. 

The University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) has partnered with Student Success to provide the “Not Anymore” Primary Prevention Program.  "Not Anymore" is an interactive online program designed to educate about the prevention of sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, and stalking.

This training, by its nature, addresses issues of sexual harassment, misconduct, and violence.  UMB understands that the training may trigger an emotional response, especially if you have experienced or been impacted by these issues or behaviors.  If you have concerns, questions, or would like additional information regarding the training, please contact Mikhel Kushner, UMB’s Title IX Coordinator telephonically at 410-706-1852, or electronically at mikhel.kushner@umaryland.edu.

This training must be completed by October 31, 2018, however, the training will remain accessible throughout the year for anyone that would like to revisit it.

UMB Employees

All UMB Employees are required to complete Title IX training and Harassment Prevention. These trainings are required each academic year. Access these courses through the UMB Learning Hub, HERE.

UMB Students / Affiliates / Others

For all others, including students and affiliates, please follow this link to the training: https://studentsuccess.org/SSO/umaryland. The training is accessed using your UMID username and password. Title IX training will be required each academic year.   

If you know or suspect a member of the UMB community has been the victim of, or has perpetrated, sexual misconduct, including harassment, assault, stalking or other sexual violence, please use the UMB Hotline to report the incident(s). You can access the Hotline electronically HERE or by calling (866)594-5220.

Resources

Below are a list of campus, local, state, and national confidential and non-confidential resources should you, or someone you know, wish to seek assistance:

UMB Confidential Resources:

Employee Assistance Program:

419 W. Redwood St., Suite 560

Baltimore, MD 21201

667-214-1555

https://umb-eap.org/

 

Student Counseling Center:

601 W. Lombard St.

Suite 440

Baltimore, MD 21201

410-328-8404

www.umaryland.edu/counseling

Other UMB Resources:

Student Health Center

Appointments: 667-214-1899 (external) or 4-1899 (internal)

After Hours (urgent questions, available 24/7): 667-214-1800 (external) or 4-1800 (internal)

 

University of Maryland Police and Public Safety

Emergency: x711 (internal) or 410-706-3333 (external)

Non-urgent and Safety Escort: 410-706-6882

 

Office of the Ombudsman

Brian O. Godette, J.D.

714 W. Lombard St., Room 201

Baltimore, MD 21201

Telephone: 410-706-8534

Email: bgodette@umaryland.edu

Baltimore Resources

Domestic Violence

House of Ruth: 410-889-RUTH (7884)

 

Sexual Assault/Sexual Violence:

Turnaround: 410-377-8111 / www.turnaroundinc.org

 

SAFE (Sexual Assault Forensic Exam):

Mercy Medical Center RV-FNE Program

301 St. Paul Place

Baltimore, MD 21212

Maryland Resources

Maryland SAFE (Sexual Assault Forensic Exam) Programs:

http://www.mcasa.org/_mcasaWeb/wpcontent/uploads/2015/08/SAFE-Programs-List-Updated-July-2015.pdf

 

Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MCASA)

301-328-7023 www.mcasa.org (Includes a statewide service provider directory)

 

Sexual Assault Legal Institute (SALI)

301-565-2277, or toll-free at 877-496-SALI

 

Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence

Office: 301-429-3601

Statewide Helpline: 1-800-MD-HELPS (Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) info@mnadv.org (Includes a statewide service provider directory)

National Resources

National Stalking Resource Center

202-467-8700

Victim Connect Hotline: 855-4-VICTIM (855-484-2846) http://victimsofcrime.org/our-programs/stalking-resource-center/resources

 

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-779-7233 / www.thehotline.org

 

National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE(4673)

 

The GLBT National Help Center: 1-888-843-4564

GLBT Youth Hotline (up to age 25): 1-800-246-7743