- If in danger, call 911 — trust your instincts, do NOT downplay danger!
- Go to a safe place.
- Call someone that you trust. A close friend or relative can offer emotional support. You don't have to go through this alone.
- Preserve evidence. If you think you might want to report the crime to the police, do not shower or change your clothes until you have had a sexual assault forensic exam. You do not have to be pressing charges to get an exam.
Here to Help
Contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX. We are here to support you and offer guidance.
Bausher Place, Room 115, Across from Hamilton Fieldhouse, 405-974-5321, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Erin Logan, AVP for Equal Opportunity & Title IX Coordinator
David Ball, Program Coordinator for Equal Opportunity
Additional Resources for Support
CENTER FOR COUNSELING AND WELL-BEING
Nigh University Center 402, 405-974-2215, UCOccwb@uco.edu
THE WOMEN'S RESEARCH CENTER / BGLTQ+ STUDENT CENTER
Thatcher Hall 106, 405-974-2221, email@example.com
Nigh University Center 405, 405-974-2215, firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of Student Accountability & Conflict Resolution
Nigh University Center 323, 405-974-5382, email@example.com
UCO PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC
Education Building 307, 405-974-2758, PSYCHclinic@uco.edu
232 N. University Dr, 405-974-2345, firstname.lastname@example.org
EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Deer Oaks, 888-993-7650, https://www.deeroakseap.com/
114 N Hudson Ave, 405-552-1010, email@example.com
YWCA Oklahoma City
1-on-1 Advocacy, 405-948-1770 x8011
24/7 Hotline, 800-522-7233