If you, or someone you care about, have been the victim of misconduct such as sexual assault, interpersonal violence, stalking, or harassment, we want you to know that you are not alone. Texas Tech provides resources to students, faculty, and staff, regardless of a decision to pursue a formal investigation. The university is committed to walking you through the process and assisting with your needs. A summary of services is provided below, but we encourage you to call RISE at (806) 742-2110 if you have any further questions or would like to speak to someone in person.
A comprehensive explanation of the university's policies, procedures, and resources related to Title IX can be found on the Title IX homepage, here. You can also file a report online through this page, or set up an appointment to make a report in person.
Need immediate assistance, especially after hours? Call the Texas Tech Crisis HelpLine at (806) 742-5555 to speak to a licensed mental health professional, 24/7/365.
Staff in the RISE Office are available to assist as Process Advisors for students who have experienced an incident. These Advisors are available to assist students by explaining the process of reporting, making appropriate referrals, and helping a student better understand the processes and the options for them. RISE staff members and the Office of the Dean of Students can help you with remedies and resources, regardless of whether you choose to pursue investigation. You can also share this information with a friend that may be unsure of what to do next.
For more information about the remedies and resources the University may be able to provide for students experiencing a crisis or trauma, contact the Dean of Students Office.
Student Counseling Center
The Texas Tech Student Counseling Center is available for all currently enrolled students. Appointments are available M-F, 8am to 5 pm, and walk-in hours are available daily 12:30-3:30 pm.