The University of Tulsa strives for a safe environment free of fear, harassment, and violence. One way the University does this is by creating and enacting policies and procedures intended to set and maintain the high standards of the institution, the safety of its students, faculty, staff and visitors, and providing a means for holding perpetrators of these acts of violence and harassment accountable while respecting the rights and needs of survivors. The following information will provide you with more details on the applicable University policies, state laws and federal laws, as well as the role alcohol plays in understanding and obtaining consent.
The University of Tulsa has a number of policies in place that address harassment, discrimination, and sexual violence.
Find information and links on various Federal laws in place that impact sexual violence response on university campuses.
Oklahoma has a number of laws that sexual violence and domestic abuse. The following list is not all inclusive, and you are encouraged to explore the Oklahoma State Courts Network for more information.
Understand the role that alcohol plays in obtaining consent.