Yes. This is a required course for all undergraduate and graduate students. Faculty members are also required to participate in specialized online training. This is part of the University's efforts to create a safe and welcoming learning environment for all students.
Cultivating a climate that is free of discrimination and harassment is a shared responsibility. The online training is designed to raise awareness and student participation is a positive contribution to our collective understanding and overall efforts. Students who neglect to participate in the training will disadvantage themselves in the future with respect to AUB processes such as registration.
No. There are no alternatives to completing the online training. This is a university requirement, like the AUB plagiarism test.
You will receive an email to your AUB account with a link and instructions to log in. You can also access the site with the following steps:
CampusClarity is an online training platform available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with the exception of pre-announced maintenance windows.
To switch subtitles on or off, click the CC button on the bottom left titled “Accessibility Mode,” at any point during the training.
Yes, your responses are private. There is no linkage between the user’s login and the answers they provide within the training course. No information submitted during the course is linked to your email address. Your password information is maintained by AUB and is not shared with CampusClarity.
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If you are using the AUB network during peak hours, consider accessing the training at a time when there is less demand on the Wi-Fi.
If it is still not working, please contact the CampusClarity Tech Support at +1-844-348-1616 or
https://support.lawroom.com. This website includes solutions to common issues and a live chat feature to answer your questions.
This may be a problem with the browser. Some browsers may save your activity via “cookies” or “history”. If you clear your “cookies” and “history” or utilize a “Private” window through the browser, that may solve your problem.
We appreciate and value your feedback, as it will help in improving the experience for future students. Feel free to email
firstname.lastname@example.org to provide any feedback on your experience.
The Title IX initiative regularly works with students on a number of activities, including awareness campaigns and training. If you’d like to be on our volunteer list, please email
We also run a Title IX Student Advisory Group, a committee of undergraduate and graduate students committed to preventing sex-and gender-based discrimination and harassment at AUB, as well as other issues of discrimination facing the AUB community. Students meet together twice per month. The group develops awareness, advocacy, and action programming on campus, supports existing Title IX initiatives, and makes recommendations to the administration about future initiatives. If you’re interested in joining, please contact
If you have experienced discrimination or sexual harassment (or think you might have), you can report the incident informally or formally, confidentially (or anonymously). You can get help and the University can take action.
You can also file a confidential and anonymous report online at
For more resources, including safety, medical, and support services, please go to
Who do I contact for help with the CampusClarity training?
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