New CSULB Employee - Other Training Requirements

Conflict of Interest

The Political Reform Act, Government Code Sections 8100, et seq. requires that officials and employees who are designated in the CSU’s conflict of interest code to file a Statement of Economic Interests, Form 700, when assuming office, annually, and upon exit. Employees in designated positions also must complete ethics training within the first 6 months of appointment and every two years thereafter. To obtain further information regarding these requirements and whether or not you have been appointed to a designated position, contact the university’s Conflict of Interest Officer at (562) 985-1741 or

Title IX, Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Trainings

The CSU is committed to providing the necessary trainings for Title IX and any potential acts of Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation. All mandatory online trainings are accessible via the CSU Training chiclet in SSO. For additional questions, visit the Office of Equity & Compliance trainings website.