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Report=Support! Sexual Misconduct Required Training – Due by May 30

Promoting the safety and well-being of our students, faculty and staff is Ohio State's top priority and a responsibility we all share. It is important for everyone to know how to recognize sexual misconduct, have available tools to address, disrupt and report sexual misconduct, and have access to support resources. To advance this priority, the university requires all employees to complete sexual misconduct prevention education annually. "Report = Support!" is an interactive, easy-to-follow course that takes less than 30 minutes to complete and has been assigned to your BuckeyeLearn transcript.

This year, any merit-eligible employee who does not complete the course by May 30 will not be eligible for an annual merit increase. Student employees, graduate associates, and employees who are not eligible for merit increases may be subject to unit-specific consequences for non-completion. Bargaining unit employees should follow their applicable collective bargaining agreements. Student employees and employees who are enrolled in classes are required to complete separate courses for both their student and employee roles: Report = Support! and U Got This!, the mandatory student module.

To access a course, log in to the BuckeyeLearn system at with your Ohio State credentials. Select the "My Transcript" button on the BuckeyeLearn homepage, and click the "Launch" button. Visit Ohio State's Title IX website to view frequently-asked questions, or email for more information. For technical assistance, contact the IT Service Desk at (614) 688-4357 or through Self Service.

At Ohio State, there is no place for discrimination, harassment, or sexual misconduct of any kind. Thank you for doing your part to promote a safe and healthy university community. –Bruce A. McPheron, PhD, executive vice president and provost; Harold L. Paz, MD, MS, executive vice president and chancellor for Health Affairs, chief executive officer, Wexner Medical Center; Keesha Mitchell, JD, interim associate vice president