Supporting Students Who Are Parents – On-Demand Training

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Avoid Legal Issues Due to Noncompliance

Most campus constituents are not aware that there are baseline expectations of support for pregnant and newly-parenting students as well as students impacted by pregnancy-related conditions, including abortion that are bolstered by Title IX. Additionally, compliance requirements established by regulations and case law do not provide in-depth guidance or require much beyond pregnancy and childbirth, at least as far as Title IX protections go. This can result in people going rogue and setting up their own accommodations, thus creating a system riddled with inconsistencies and potential inequity and regulatory violations.

Our expert presenter discusses the legal protections that exist and how you can better serve students who are parents. You’ll be able to better justify resources earmarked to support this population of students, implement training and outreach initiatives, and avoid a legal issue as a result of noncompliance.

With the upcoming enrollment cliff approaching, catering to nontraditional students in a more targeted way will become a necessity — this includes being equipped and ready to serve students with children.

Topics Covered

Get crucial, actionable takeaways that will help you:

  • Comply with each of the federal laws, regulations, and case law dealing with pregnancy and newly parenting students — avoid a legal quagmire caused by confusion and lack of confidence about how to proceed, particularly in light of the 2022 proposed Title IX regulations and the Dobbs case.
  • Identify resources both on and off campus to support students with children—foster an affirming and supportive environment for all students so that you can support their academic, social and emotional goals.
  • Create policies and procedures to protect your institution's mission and ensure a healthy, supportive learning community — provide options that will engage, retain and graduate students with children. 
  • Provide faculty, staff and students with systematic “gatekeeper” training to help everyone recognize and respond to students in need of accommodations and resources – in recognizing accommodation needs, develop relationships with university and community partners to support those needs through attendance consideration, childcare provision, and other support. 


Amber L. Grove is the Director of Title IX and Clery Compliance at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and has served in that role since January 2016. Amber also chaired University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Transgender Issues Committee. Additionally, she served as the Interim ADA/504 Coordinator for the 2020-2021 academic year.
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Included When You Purchase

  • 90-minute online session with carefully selected expert(s)
  • Unlimited access to view webinar recording on demand
  • Materials for your team (handouts, discussion questions, etc.)
  • Certificate of completion for each participant
  • Weekly newsletter – What's Working on Campus

Instructions for access are available immediately upon checkout. You may share this On-Demand Training with any staff members from your campus community for unlimited viewing. For information about licensing this webinar for unlimited distribution on your institution’s internal network/server, email

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