The University of Tulsa Office of Diversity and Engagement is a resource for students, faculty and staff looking for assistance related to inclusion and for support of all members of the university community.
TU offers a confidential risk governance system, called EthicsPoint, that provides employees and students with a 24-hour method for reporting suspected violations of local, state or federal laws and/or university policies, including unethical behavior. EthicsPoint does not supersede our current policies and procedures. Rather, it provides students, faculty and staff additional avenues to share concerns about possible incidents that are against university policy, unethical or inappropriate in conduct and/or potentially illegal in nature.
Concerns regarding bias, discrimination, harassment or misconduct should be reported to a supervisor or university administrator through the process specified in the Student Handbook, Employee Handbook or Faculty Blue Book. However, anyone with reservations about discussing such matters with a supervisor or administrator may file an anonymous report via EthicsPoint.
The EthicsPoint website and telephone hotline allow individuals to report matters of concern at https://secure.ethicspoint.com/domain/media/en/gui/24129/index.html or 866-384-4277.
The university also offers free counseling and psychological services. More information on that may be found at https://utulsa.edu/campus-life/counseling-services/. If you or someone you know is in a life-threatening situation, please call 911 or 918-631-5555 immediately.