Protection of Minors

What is the Protection of Minors Program?

The University sponsors programs and activities that are specifically designed for children, for example, summer camps.  The University also makes its facilities available to outside groups and organizations that conduct programs geared toward children.

The University is committed to providing a safe environment for all members of our community as well as all those who participate in programs and activities on campus.   This page is designed to raise awareness of some concerns affecting children and equip us to address such issues appropriately. Begin by watching United Educator's "Shine a Light" video (10 min), which highlights the importance of this topic and then take the applicable courses below.

Accessing Minors on Campus Courses

Below is a detailed set of instructions for both volunteers and others to login, access, and complete the required training for minors programs. 

University Employees

UC Employees will access SuccessFactors Learning to register for and complete the required training material relevant to the Protection of Minors on Campus program. Employees can register for these programs directly from following the links below. The link will take you to the registration page for the program in SuccessFactors Learning. Click on "Enroll" to add the program and all learning content to your Learning Assignments. 

  • Protecting Minors Employee: Complete this course if you will be helping in a minors on campus program, but not directing or supervising employee or affiliate volunteers. 
  • Protecting Minors Supervisor: Complete this course if you will be supervising any part of a minors on campus program.

Volunteer Login (Including University Students)

Volunteers will register for, and complete the required training for the Protection of Minors on Campus program via the EduRisk training platform  .

Volunteers will need to follow the steps below after they have accessed the EduRisk education portal:

1)    Complete the Registration form.

2)    Enter your first name, last name, and email address

3)    Create and confirm your password

4)    Select your language

5)     Enter the following branch code: 494-89161

6)    Review and accept the Privacy Policy

7)    Click Next  (You will be taken directly to the course content)

8)    Complete the training

Next Steps

  • Review the Protection of Minors Policy and complete any required documentation and/or training.
  • All providers of non-University sponsored programs must maintain similar coverage (General Liability $1 Million/ occurrence and $2 Million/aggregate, naming the University as an additional insured. Refer to URMIA to purchase sports camp coverage.
  • Employees should refer to - Human Resources



If you ever suspect misconduct with a minor on our campus, REPORT IT!