Equal Employment Opportunity & Title IX
Chapter 21 of Texas law requires all employees to complete EEO training and Texas State University System Sexual Misconduct Policy strongly recommends training regarding Title IX (Sexual Misconduct). Failure to complete this training results in non-compliance with Texas law. Texas law requires that all state agencies provide equal employment opportunity training to all employees within 30 days of hire and every two years thereafter.
To register for training log into the SAP Portal, and click on Click "Equal Employment Opportunity & Title IX" to book this course.
The EEO program is administered from the Texas State University Office of Equity and Access (OEA). The OEA develops and maintains the agency's EEO policy. For questions contact www.txstate.edu/oea/
Ethics and Compliance Training
In order to enhance Texas State University's reputation as an institution with the highest standards of ethics, honesty, and integrity, the university has implemented a compliance program for university faculty and staff. The university's compliance program provides faculty and staff with an awareness of the minimum required and encourages them to go beyond mere compliance to create a culture of ethics in all areas of their lives. It encourages staff to come forward to report instances of non-compliance and changes the compliance model from detect and correct to anticipate and prevent. Click here to learn more.