Haven for Faculty & Staff

What is Haven training?

The Haven for Faculty and Staff training module focuses on important issues facing the William & Mary community, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking. HAVEN is designed to help ensure that our students and employees have a safe, harassment-free campus, by:

  • Giving you information about your rights and resources available to you
  • Guiding you through scenarios where you might need to help someone else, such as a student.

Read the President's original message to the campus community about the training.  

How do I complete my training obligation?

The Haven for Faculty and Staff training module is accessed by logging in using your William & Mary user name and password.  An illustrated access guide (PDF) is available. Progress records are stored electronically and maintained by the Office of Compliance & Equity.

The Haven training module has two parts.

  • Part 1 is the main part of the training.  You will be presented with written, audio, and visual content.  It is online and interactive.  You will be asked to complete various assessments such as to pick options in hypothetical situations. This portion of the module will take approximately one hour to complete.    
  • Part 2 is a brief online survey.  You be contacted by email approximately 30 days after you complete Part 1, and asked to complete the survey.  You must complete the survey in order to complete the course.  

Access training status records (identified by 930#) by signing in with your W&M user ID and password. Compliance & Equity will strive to update the records every Friday.

Who can I contact if I have questions?

If you would like confirmation of your completion, or have other questions about the module, please contact Margaret Morrison at 757-221-3146 or [[mjmorrison]].