Information for Faculty

Our reporting responsibilityOur students form important and influential connections with our faculty. Frostburg State University students view their faculty as trusted mentors and guides along their educational and professional journeyResponsible Employee Reporting Posters.

Because of this, students often look to their faculty for support and advice during times of distress.  The information and resources below are intended to provide guidance to faculty in their work to support students.

Reporting Obligations

Supporting Students

For a quick reference guide to aid in your work in supporting students, please view our Supporting Students Handbook for Faculty handbook.

  • To print the Supporting Students Handbook, please select "Booklet" style printing after prompting the print request.
  • To request a hard-copy of the Supporting Students Handbook, please send an email to titleix@frostburg.edu.

Training Requirements

Per the University System of Maryland Policy on Sexual Misconduct IV-1.60, faculty are required to complete training to ensure their awareness of institutional policy, laws, mandates, and procedures for preventing, addressing, and reporting incidents of sexual misconduct within the campus community. All incoming employees must receive this training and retained employees must participate in ongoing training efforts.

In the 2016.2017 academic year, employees were asked to complete an online training called Bridges regarding Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and the Violence Against Women Act of 1994 and it's reauthorization in 2013.

In the 2017.2018 academic year, employees are asked to complete Intersections regarding Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and the Violence Against Women Act of 1994 and it's reauthorization in 2013.

Please visit our Education and Training Page for more information.

Request an In-Person Training

To request a departmental training or additional training on any topics associated with gender-based harassment and violence, please contact the Title IX Coordinator.