When Title IX incidents occur to university community members, Texas Southern University encourages and advises that individuals impacted get help immediately. Texas Southern University offers university supportive measures for individuals impacted by sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, violence, and stalking.
These resources are available to ensure that the university help to protect university community members’ health and safety. Additionally, supportive measures include confidential support services, advocacy support, safety and medical care.
University Counseling Services and University Health Services provide quality support services which include, student advocacy support, counseling, and healthcare. These campus services have individuals who can listen without judgment and help students impacted by sexual misconduct navigate available options.
University Counseling Services maintains a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Parris Foundation. For more information about this MOU contact University Counseling Services.
University Department of Public Safety has certified law enforcement officers who can assist individuals impacted by sexual misconduct navigate available criminal actions.
University Department of Public Safety has a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Houston Police Department, Harris County Sheriff’s Office, and other agencies. For a complete of agencies and information about law enforcement MOUs contact the University Department of Public Safety.