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Brightspace Fall 2024

SAU Site Updates
 
We are excited to announce that starting Fall 2024 (all courses that begin after July 1), Spring Arbor University will transition to Brightspace as our new learning management system for all courses. As a result, Blackboard will be unavailable to you after the completion of Spring 2024 courses.

If you are currently enrolled in a course, please pay close attention to email messages and announcements within your Blackboard course regarding important end dates. Students who are not currently enrolled will lose access to Blackboard on June 30. 

Just so you know, any documents, feedback, or other materials you wish to keep will not be transferred to Brightspace. To ensure you have continued access to these materials after the transition, we strongly recommend downloading and saving them to a secure location such as a hard drive, flash drive, Box, or any other reliable storage solution.

Thank you for your attention to this important update.

 Blackboard Administrator

Notice

Spring Arbor University does not discriminate illegally on the basis of sex in admission to or employment in its education programs or activities, and complies with Title IX, with exemptions. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX and its implementing regulations may be referred to the University’s Title IX Coordinator or to the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights.  The name and address of the University’s Title IX Coordinator is Kayla Knapp, whose contact information is listed below.

Kayla Knapp
Dean of Students
Title IX Coordinator
[email protected]
v 517.750.6371 (ext. 1371)
Spring Arbor University
Main Campus
106 East Main Street
Spring Arbor, Michigan 49283

Mandatory Training

As part of complying with Title IX, VAWA, SaVE and the Clery Act, the Department of Education (DOE) and the DOE’s Office of Civil Rights requires all university employees to participate in training each year regarding issues relating to dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.  Spring Arbor University welcomes the emphasis placed on reducing these societal problems and is happy to comply. 

Thank you for taking time to learn more about these issues by reading the attached presentation. The most important information in the presentation is the definitions of terms and the duty to report situations to the Title IX Coordinator.  Kayla Knapp, our Title IX Coordinator, is available to answer any questions.  

View the Title IX Training Slides Here.

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