ASU supports and fosters a culture of inclusiveness.

Workplace inclusiveness training

Arizona State University is committed to a positive workplace environment in which employees are respectful of each other and our students. ASU has three required online training modules: Inclusive Communities, preventing harassment and discrimination, and Title IX duty to report. All faculty, staff and student workers must complete these required training sessions within the specified amount of days from hire date.

Required training

Inclusive Communities

Guided by its charter, Arizona State University is committed to inclusion and student success.  

With more than 80,000 students on its campuses and more than 90,000 learners online, ASU is home to students from all 50 states and nearly 150 different countries. That creates a rich blend of backgrounds, making ASU highly inclusive and socioeconomically diverse.

Inclusiveness training is required for all ASU employees and is automatically assigned every two years. Among the many types of training provided to employees, training on inclusive communities aims to help create awareness, develop skills to meet the needs of diverse students and develop teams of people capable of working together to advance the ASU mission.

Employees can take the self-paced training in multiple sessions.

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Preventing harassment and discrimination 

This self-paced training includes an online module, quiz and resource guide with information and policies to review. Learn how to identify and prevent prohibited behavior and how to report concerns. This training must be completed within 60 days of hire date.

Preventing harassment and discrimination training


Title IX duty to report 

All faculty, staff and student workers must complete this 15-minute online training module within 60 days of hire date. You must have an ASURITE affiliate username and password and duo two-factor authentication to take the course. The training explains university policy and provides important ASU resources and contact information to report incidents of unwanted sexual conduct and other inappropriate behavior. Title IX Duty to Report training is available to student workers, staff and faculty in ASU Career EDGE. Contact our help desk if you experience trouble accessing the training. 

Title IX duty to report training

Your participation ensures a positive working environment for everyone at ASU.

Other available training

Advancing Inclusion and Culture offers in-person facilitated training and online modules.

Facilitated training

  • Affirmative action.
  • Age discrimination.
  • Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • Diversity in the workplace.
  • General HR practices.
  • How to strategically address social justice matters in the workplace.
  • Implicit bias and microaggressions.
  • Implicit bias in recruitment.
  • Service animals.
  • Tackling implicit bias and microaggressions.
  • Title IX and sexual harassment.
  • Training for facilitated dialogues.
  • University policies.
  • What is Juneteenth?
  • What to do if: common workplace scenarios.

Contact our office to schedule a session.

Online training modules

Visit Career Edge to view a playlist of available online training.