Gender-Based Harassment, Discrimination, Sexual Misconduct, and Title IX
You are not alone. Texas Tech cares about you.
Texas Tech University is committed to ensuring the safety and well being of its students,
faculty, and staff -- both on and off campus. Sexual Misconduct is taken very seriously
and significant measures are in place to inform the campus population and to preempt
Unfortunately, the predatory nature of sexual
misconduct makes it impossible to fully prevent, but the University is steadfast and
diligent in its mission to investigate and adjudicate those cases fairly and effectually.
If you, or someone you know, have been a victim of sexual violence, please click the
GET HELP link in the menu to the left.
For definitions and information on policy and procedures related to sexual misconduct,
click on the INFORMATION link in the menu to the left.
For a comprehensive list of the resources made available to students, faculty, and
staff, click on the RESOURCES link in the menu to the left.
If you are a Texas Tech University Faculty or Staff member and would like information
regarding your role in prevention and reporting, click on the FACULTY / STAFF link in the menu to the left.