Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences

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If you are a victim of sexual violence, you are not alone and are in no way responsible for your assault.

If you, or someone you know, has experienced a sexual assault or sexual misconduct, safety is of the utmost importance. You may take the following steps to ensure your safety:

  • Call 911 immediately if you believe you are in danger.
  • Get to a safe place or call a supportive friend.
  • Call the confidential OSU Center for Health Sciences Victim Advocate at 918-200-5218.
  • Call the confidential local 24 hour Rape Crisis Line at 918-743-5763.
  • Do not shower, bathe, douche, change or destroy clothes; do not eat, drink, smoke or chew gum; do not take any medications. Preserving evidence for possible criminal prosecution is important.
  • Seek medical help to gather evidence for possible criminal prosecution and for treatment of any possible injuries.
  • Decide whether to file a report with one or all of the following:
    • OSU-CHS Security at 918-625-8592
    • Tulsa Police Department at 918-596-9222
    • OSU-CHS Office of Student Conduct
      Dr. Vivian Stevens, Title IX Coordinator
      Angela Bacon, Title IX Deputy Coordinator
  • You may also contact Domestic Violence Intervention Services of Tulsa at 918-585-3163.

If you are unsure whether a particular incident is a form of sexual misconduct, read definitions here.

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