Education and Training Resources
Mandatory Employee Compliance Training
Compliance training is administered by the Division of Legal Affairs and Compliance. The training is accessed through our learning management system (LMS), My Learning Connection.
All employees are required to complete the Mandatory Employee Compliance Training curriculum within 30 calendar days of their hire date, and every three years thereafter. This requirement is addressed under University Policies section 2.2.1 Discrimination and Harassment Training Policy. Completion of the training is important because it supports compliance efforts and the University's commitment to provide all members of our community a place of study and work free from discrimination and harassment.
All required employees are automatically enrolled in the Mandatory Employee Compliance Training, and are notified by email with instructions for accessing the training through My Learning Connection.
- For assistance accessing the training, contact Human Resources Learning at HRLearning@MissouriState.edu. Online Help Guides are available below for both employees and supervisors:
- Employee Help Guide: Step by step instructions on how to access, navigate and complete assigned compliance training located in My Learning Connection.
- Supervisor Help Guide: Instructions for supervisors on how to retrieve compliance training reports in My Learning Connection to monitor their employees progress in completing assigned training.
- For questions about training requirements, contact The Office for Institutional Equity and Compliance at 417-836-4252, or via email at Equity@MissouriState.edu.
To request reasonable disability accommodations in order to complete the Mandatory Employee Compliance Training, contact the Deputy Compliance Officer at 417-836-6755, via email at DeputyComplianceOfficer@MissouriState.edu, or by completing the Employee Request for Disability Accommodations online form.
If an employee does not have access to a computer in their work area, a computer in one of the computer labs on campus may be used during normal work hours to complete the online training. Employees should consult supervisors regarding an approved time or location to complete the training during scheduled work hours.
Conducting a Legal and Effective Search Training
All Search Committee Chairs and Department Approvers are required to complete the search training conducted by the Office for Institutional Equity and Compliance within 12 months prior to the commencement of a search. While it is not mandatory that all members of a search committee attend the training, it is advisable to ensure that all members are aware of the search processes and the necessary requirements that must be followed for a legal and effective search.
Sexual Harassment and Related Training Resources
Title IX Coordinator, Investigator and Decision Maker Training provided by Missouri State University.
- Title IX Coordinator, Investigator and Decision Maker General Training
- Title IX Decision Maker Specific Training
- Title IX Investigator Specific Training
Missouri State University provides a number of additional Title IX training resources.