A new approach to Title IX compliance and prevention training.



Online Title IX compliance and prevention training.

Online compliance and prevention training for students, faculty and staff.  

Get Inclusive delivers student, faculty and staff training to over 150 colleges and universities. 


Get Inclusive delivers online compliance and prevention training solutions to over 150 colleges and universities.
Developed by award-winning instructional writers and designers, we offer a complete package of faculty, staff, and student training courses that meet and exceed state and federal compliance requirements.


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A Prevention Platform.

How you administer compliance and prevention training is as important as the content itself.


No Hassle, One Click Deployment

Our cloud-based courses will accommodate all of your users without any additional effort from you. Users can self-enroll and can use any device to participate.

We also offer SCORM based deployment and Single-Sign-On for added management and convenience.


100% Customizable Content

You know your learners best, so we've built in the ability for you to pick exactly what your learners see.  You get off-the-shelf convenience and pricing while maintaining the ability to adjust the content.

We can even integrate and host your content alongside ours.


Broad Range
of Topics

We are continue to expand our course catalog and we are committed to refreshing our existing modules on an ongoing basis. 

Our core belief is that individuals in the organizations need to be empowered with the knowledge so they know what the "right" thing is they should do, and also to help others make the best decisions.   



“Get Inclusive really tried to find out who we are and what was important to us as an institution, which resulted in a quality training product for our campus.”

— Sue Droog, Executive Director of Human Resources & Organizational Development, Dordt College

“Get Inclusive has been prompt at addressing questions and provides regular feedback about progress within the training modules. We love working with them! ”

— Tiffany L. Rhodes
Butler Community College

92% have a better understanding of the terms bias, stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination.

- Cohort Data from 4 Year College

Contact Us

Get Inclusive, Inc.

+1 (888) 438-9998

One Reservoir Office Park #205
Southbury CT, 06488