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Sexual Violence Prevention & Education

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You’re not alone. There are resources to help.

Getting help

If you or someone you know has been hurt by sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence or stalking, The University of Tulsa is here to help. You have the right to live, learn and/or work in a safe and welcoming environment. Violence is unacceptable, and TU policy prohibits any form of sexual misconduct, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence or stalking.

Program director

918-631-2324 (Mandated reporter)
McClure Hall, room 104

Survivor advocate

918-631-2965 (Confidential)
Hardesty Hall, Holmes Center, Third Floor

See something, say something

Students at TU take care of themselves and one another. CaneCares is a simple online tool for you to communicate any concerns or observations you may want to share about a friend, a neighbor or your community, and provides a convenient way for you to step in and make sure a fellow student gets the help that they may need.

CaneCares reports are read by TU staff members trained to assist in many ways. Please note that CaneCares reports are not intended for emergency situations. If you or someone you know needs immediate assistance in real time, call 911 or contact Campus Security at 918-631-5555.