The University of Tulsa has a number of policies in place that address harassment, discrimination, and sexual violence. Below is the initial portion of our Policy on Sexual Violence, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking Pertaining to Students.
Sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking are criminal acts that violate the standards of our community and are unacceptable at The University of Tulsa. These crimes can be devastating to the person who experiences them directly and can be traumatic to the person’s family, friends, and larger community as well. Anyone who believes they have experienced any of these crimes is encouraged to report the incident and to seek medical care as soon as possible.
The University stands against sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking and will take prompt, decisive action to: investigate allegations of sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking and initiate the University Student Conduct Board (USCB) disciplinary process if appropriate; and issue appropriate sanctions against any student found responsible for such acts whether the behavior occurred on campus or off campus. The University of Tulsa respects the privacy of consensual relationships among its students and does not intend to become intrusive in these relationships. However, if these relationships should lead to a charge of sexually violent behavior or if a student is involved in an unwanted or non-consensual sexual act, then The University will assist the student who comes forward as necessary and make available its conduct process.
The University of Tulsa has a number of policies in place that address harassment, discrimination, and sexual violence.
University Student Conduct Policies & Procedures (Complete Policy Handbook)