LMU CARES offers a number of trainings covering a broad range of topics, including sexual assault prevention, alcohol consumption, personal accountability and cross-cultural dialogue. If you are a student interested in hosting one of these workshops for your student organization, please email the LMU CARES office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Incoming students can register for the three required workshops by login in to MyLMU and selecting LEO (LMU EXP Online) from the dropdown menu. A list of all upcoming sessions for the current semester are listed under the LMU CARES portal.
LMU Pregame is a 90-minute interactive workshop discussing responsible alcohol consumption and personal accountability, asking individuals to own the actions of their mind, hand and heart.
This program is the first in a series of three required workshops for all incoming first-year and transfer students, and is facilitated by a trained staff member.
LMU CARES: Code Certified
Code Certified is a 90-minute interactive program about the climate of sexual and interpersonal misconduct, the definition of consent and how to ask for it/revoke it, the importance of bystander intervention, and the LMU support services and resources for students who experience misconduct.
This program is the second in a series of three required workshops for all incoming first-year and transfer students, and is facilitated by a trained staff member.
Courageous Conversations is an interactive workshop designed to guide participants in building skills pertaining to intercultural dialogue and respect creating proficiency in controversy with civility.
This program is the third in a series of three required workshops for all incoming first-year and transfer students, and is facilitated by a trained staff member.
Step Up & Step In: The Importance of Bystander Intervention
Step Up & Step In is an interactive workshop that further discusses the challenges to bystander intervention and the importance of stepping in. Participants are shown scenarios and asked to discuss what factors discourage them from intervening and challenges them to create action plans on how they can effectively intervene. Participants are also asked to create environments where their peers feel empowered to step in on their behalf.