Spry can help with Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Compliance

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Spry: Helping Athletic Departments Hit the Easy Button on Title IX/Sexual Misconduct Compliance

Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972 (more commonly known as Title IX) is a Federal statute that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex (including sexual identity, orientation, and expression) in educational settings. Spry is prepared to be your partner in educating student-athletes about the intricacies of Title IX, you can find our Title IX handbook here.

In 2017, the NCAA implemented a Campus Sexual Violence policy for all member institutions.  The current NCAA policy requires that athletic department educate all student-athletes, coaches and staff on sexual violence prevention. 

At Spry, we’ve provided a turn key solution to help Athletic Departments meet the requirements issued by the NCAA through our Sexual Violence Prevention training modules. We’ve designed two courses: one geared towards student-athletes and the other tailored for coaches and staff.   

Not only has Spry spared institutions the hassle of creating a training curriculum, but since the modules live within Spry’s platform, it can easily be assigned to student-athletes to complete individually at their own pace, or as a team. No longer are schools obligated to corral their entire teams into assembly rooms for training.  Nor will understaffed Title IX offices have to conduct dozens of meetings throughout the year. 

Spry’s Title IX curriculum 

  • Created by an experienced Title IX coordinator 
  • Contains modules for student-athletes, coaches, and administrators
  • Aligned with NCAA and Department of Education guidelines.
  • Includes a Transfer Tracer Template that will equip your institution with the tools to perform diligence on any incoming transfer student.

This course is yet another way Spry can partner with your athletic department to relieve the administrative burden many departments face. Or, for more information about our Title IX educational offering or other exciting features on the Spry platform, click here to schedule a demo or send us an email at [email protected]!

If you’re interested in learning more about SpryConnect, click here to book your demo now!

Lyle Adams


Lyle was a member of the 2007 NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship team at Wake Forest. After embarking on a professional soccer career, Lyle transitioned to the tech industry, where he was one of the first 100 employees at Uber, designing platforms and tools for data consumers. Lyle also holds a Master’s in Sports Management from Columbia University.