If you are a victim of sexual violence you are not alone, and you are in no way responsible for your assault.
Sexual harassment and sexual violence can be emotionally disruptive, and it takes time to come to terms with such major stress. In addition to support that may be found in family and friends, the following agencies and departments can serve as resources.
It is important to be aware that different individuals who one may contact for assistance following an incident may have different responsibilities regarding confidentiality, depending on their position. Under state law, some individuals can assure the victim of confidentiality, including counselors and certified victims’ advocates. In general, however, any other university employee cannot guarantee complete confidentiality, unless specifically provided by law. Universities must balance the needs of the individual victim with an obligation to protect the safety and well-being of the community at large.
OSU-Tulsa’s Victim Advocate is an individual who can confidentially provide students with information about on- and off- campus resources available to victims.
Second Floor Administration Hall
Counseling Resources (Confidential Reporting Options)
OSU-Tulsa Student Counseling Center
Main Hall 2419
The first five sessions are free.
4300 S. Harvard Ave., Suite 100
Tulsa, OK 74135
24-hour Crisis Line: 918-743-5763
OSU-Tulsa Police Department
1401 Main Hall
Tulsa Police Department
600 Civic Center, STE 303
Tulsa, OK 74103
OSU Student Conduct Education and Administration
204 North Hall
918-594-8234 or 918-594-8450
Title IX Coordinator
Main Hall 1405
It’s important to have a thorough medical examination after a sexual assault even if the victim does not have any apparent physical injuries. Medical providers can treat injuries and test for sexually transmitted infections.
Hillcrest Medical Center
1120 S Utica Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74104
Additional information on resources as well as educational information on sexual violence prevention can be found at 1is2manytulsa.okstate.eduAlso, check out http://notalone.gov for more information and resources.