Title IX Training and Reporting

Title IX Training and Reporting

Required Training

All students receive training on sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking during their first semester enrolled.  This training is provided online HERE.  Failure to complete the required training during their first semester enrolled will result in a hold being placed on registration for the next semester until the training is completed.    

All employees are required to complete TrainTraq training on equal opportunity and nondiscrimination within 30 days of hire and every two (2) years thereafter.  This training includes topics on sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking as well as the requirements and responsibilities of employees as mandatory reporters.  

Those involved in the administration of civil rights complaints receive additional training as outlined in System Regulation 08.01.01, Civil Rights Compliance.  As required, the training materials used in this training is provided here. 


For the purposes of complying with the Chief Executive Officer’s reporting requirements under the Texas Education Code, Section 51.235(c), the linked summary data reports below include all of the required reporting information to the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents for the academic year as of the end of the academic year noted, ending August 31.  The summary data is categorized based on the reporting requirements under TEC, Section 51.235(c).  The reports received may be applicable in multiple reporting categories, and therefore, the summary data in the categories may not add up to the totals of the other categories.  

TAMUT Summary Data Report 2022-2023

TAMUT Summary Data Report 2021-2022

TAMUT Summary Data Report 2020-2021

TAMUT Summary Data Report 2019-2020