Training and Education
- Unlawful Harassment Prevention & Preventing Discrimination and Sexual Violence: Title IX, VAWA and Clery Act
- F.E.R.P.A. and G.L.B.A. Tutorial
Administrative and Hourly Staff: Wittenberg offers a variety of programs and services designed to assist staff members in achieving professional and personal growth and greater job satisfaction. On-campus training sessions sponsored by human resources and the tuition waiver benefit for staff to take classes at Wittenberg are two such programs. In addition, the university has a limited pool of dollars earmarked for tuition grants for degree seeking coursework outside of Wittenberg and for noncredit courses or off campus workshops/conferences. These funds are intended to supplement other funding sources such as funds that the department might provide or personal contributions that the staff member may make. Funds are awarded in accordance with predetermined guidelines and are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Faculty: All full-time faculty members at Wittenberg University, with the rank of instructor or above, as well as adjunct faculty with the rank of adjunct assistant professor or above, are eligible to partcipate in the Faculty Development programs, subject to the specifications of each program. The program is overseen by the Faculty Development Board (FDB), as defined in the faculty bylaws.