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Victim Advocates


Victim Advocates serve as a confidential service option. Victim Advocates can confidentially provide you with information about on and off campus resources available. They can also talk with you about all of your options such as reporting to the police or Student Support & Conduct.


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Student Counseling Center

1111 W. 17th St.


The OSU CHS Student Counseling Center offers free sessions of confidential personal counseling to all students.



Employee Counseling

OSU Tulsa Main Hall 2403, 700 N. Greenwood Ave


The Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling at OSU-Tulsa is open and available for appointments Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.- 8 p.m. and Friday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Group counseling times may take place outside of these regular hours. OSU students, faculty and staff receive the first five sessions free, and subsequent sessions are $5 each. 


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3124 E Apache St, Tulsa, OK 74110







DVIS is a Tulsa Domestic Violence Center that offers assistance to victims. DVIS can assist in filing protective orders, offers advocacy services, has a sexual assault response team, and offers individual and group counseling.





Sexual Assult Nurse Exam (SANE)

If you experienced a sexual assault, the Hillcrest Medical Center ER in Tulsa and the WW Hastings Indian Hospital in Tahlequah provides care for any physical injuries that may have occurred. Treatment can be provided for sexually transmitted diseases and infections and to prevent pregnancy, if desired.  A Sexual Assault Nurse Examination can be performed up to 5 days after the assault.




WW Hastings



Supportive Measures

1111 W. 17th St. D-202-Student Life


Email: or 

Students are able to gain supportive measures from the University. Supportive measures include but are not limited to the following:

  • Assistance in reporting to police or filing a protective order
  • No contact order between participants
  • Safety measures
  • Work schedule adjustments
  • Change in living arrangements
  • Academic support arrangements
  • Coordination of other reasonable arrangements to address the effects of the sexual violence including connecting individuals with counseling or health care.


Reporting to Police

OSU CHS Security:



1111 W. 17th St.





Tulsa PD: 918-596-9222

600 Civic Center


Tahlequah PD: 918-456-8801 

100 Phoenix Ave, Tahlequah, OK  74464 


OSU encourages you to report this situation to the police. If this situation happened on campus, it can be reported to the OSU CHS Security. If this situation happened elsewhere in Tulsa, it can be reported to the Tulsa Police Department. If it happened anywhere else, it can be reported to the local law enforcement with jurisdiction in the location where it occurred.



Title IX Complaint Process

Faculty & Staff 918-594-8105

Students 918-561-1950

Email: or  

Anyone can file complaints against OSU CHS students, faculty, or staff alleging that a violation of OSU CHS Title IX Policy has occurred through the Title IX Coordinator or Student Support & Conduct. Violations of OSU CHS Title IX Policy include sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and more. OSU policy provides for sanctions up to and including suspension/expulsion of students or up to and including separation of employees in cases where violations have occurred. To initiate a complaint or if you want more information on this process, please contact Title IX or Student Support & Conduct as soon as possible. Without a complaint, the University is limited in holding other individuals accountable for their behavior. The University will not tolerate retaliation against a person who, acting in good faith, brings a complaint forward. Retaliation against an individual who has brought a complaint forward, or against an individual who has participated in an investigation, is prohibited.





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