The office of Equity and Inclusion provides customized training related to diversity, equity, and inclusion for any group or office on campus. Topics include social identities, recognizing oppression, Microaggressions, bystander intervention, implicit bias, racial identity development, navigating difficult conversations in the classroom.
If you are interested in hosting a training, please fill out the link below or reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us build a program that fits your needs.
Drake strives to help all faculty, staff, and students recognize discrimination and oppression and provide them with tools to prevent it. In keeping with this goal, Drake is requiring all first year students to complete an online educational program on Equity and Inclusion. Additionally, online trainings for faculty and staff on “What Is Oppression” are in progress of being completed. Students, faculty and staff want to live and learn within a campus community that is safe and respectful, so building a community that is inclusive and equitable is a responsibility we all share.
We are using a convenient online format through Everfi™, designed to help inform and educate students on these important issues.
Because of the importance of its content, this course is required for ALL first year students at Drake. Please complete the online educational program to avoid having a hold put on your registration.
Please note: you will not receive a waiver based on a high level of knowledge of this topic or previous training participation.
You will need Internet access and audio capabilities; to avoid technical issues, use any major web browser released within the previous two years.
Although the completion time is estimated at 45 minutes- 1 hour, you may take Part 1 of the course in multiple sittings by saving any previous work in the program. Sections end with a “Next” button. DO NOT log out until you click the “Next” button or you will have to repeat the section.
Deadlines and Requirements
Complete all of the training. Students who do not complete the training will have a hold placed on their spring registration.
Part 1 includes:
Intro Text & Pre-Survey: Questions regarding personal beliefs, knowledge, and ideas answered on a scale, then questions regarding personal history/demographics answered in multiple-choice format. (Only the personal history/demographic questions may be skipped.)
Pre-Quiz: Questions on general knowledge answered in multiple-choice format.
Interactive Modules: These include videos, quizzes, and reading about various topics such as identities, power, privilege, and oppression and creating a culture of respect
Post-Quiz: The same questions regarding knowledge as pre-quiz.
A follow-up email will be sent to those that have not enrolled, have enrolled, but not completed the Equity and Inclusion online course by the middle of September for a reminder.
National, state, local, and University resources are available throughout Haven under the “Materials” tab found in the top menu bar. Please look at these resources and use them if needed.
If you experience technical difficulties, 24/7 help is available through the online course “Help” link. The Drake staff is not available to assist with problems within the program. Students do not have to be logged in to access the Technical Support Center. Students may browse a knowledge base for self-help or request support by accessing our toll-free technical support line at 1-866-384-9062.