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ISU is committed to the prevention of sexual harassment, sexual violence, intimate partner violence and stalking.

It's On Blue Training Program

The 2017-2018 academic year It's On Blue sexual misconduct prevention and education initiative launched on August 10, 2017. It's On Blue is a campus-wide initiative designed to create a culture of care, safety, and support within the ISU campus community. One aspect of the It's On Blue initiative is an online prevention and education program with specific online education programs for undergraduate students, graduate students, and employees. Campus Clarity / LawRoom is our partner for online campus training. Sycamores are required to take an online training module, Its’ On Blue, that familiarizes the student with the ISU policy on sexual misconduct, consent, violation reporting, bystander awareness, and campus resources.

As stated in the Policy Prohibiting Sexual Misconduct, Intimate Partner Violence, and Stalking, employees and students must complete mandatory training. New employees must complete training within 30 days of beginning employment at ISU. New students (including transfer, graduate, and distance) must complete training during their first semester enrolled in classes at ISU. For students, failure to complete the module by a specified date results in a hold on their student account preventing spring registration. Only new Sycamores are required to take the training.

Technical assistance is available from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. EST from Campus Clarity / LawRoom. Please call Campus Clarity Support at 1-800-652-9546 or click here. Other questions about the It’s On Blue initiative may be directed to itsonblue@mail.indstate.edu.

For further assistance:

  • Faculty and Staff
  • Students
  • General FAQ

Students - Please check the menu links for more It's On Blue information specific to you. 

Questions about the It’s On Blue initiative may be directed to itsonblue@mail.indstate.edu.

We invite you to take the ISU It’s On Blue Pledge!

I commit to being informed,
educated,
and aware of
sexual misconduct resources. I will
See Something?
Say Something.
Step Up!

TAKE THE PLEDGE