Texas Tech University

Report an Incident

At Texas Tech, students, faculty, staff and community members can make a report in a variety of ways. Reports are private, and will not be shared with other students, faculty, non- Title IX staff, or parents, without express consent. Title IX staff will also not share information with the Police Department, unless requested by the student or to comply with a lawfully issued subpoena. 

Reports can also be made anonymously, except for university employees who become aware of possible Title IX infractions. Please note- reporting anonymously may limit the University's ability to investigate the incident or provide resources to the involved parties.

1. Online 

Click here to report an incident online.

2. Contact Administrators Directly

Meet with a staff member in person, speak over the phone, or communicate via email. These administrators can also answer general questions about the policies and procedures, and describe options available to students. 

Dr. Kimberly Simón
Title IX Administrator, Texas Tech University
Administration Building, Room 115D

Daniel Ellis
Glenn Mellinger
Title IX Investigators, Texas Tech University
Student Union Building, Room 232E

Office of Equal Opportunity
(For misconduct complaints involving Faculty/Staff)
1508 Knoxville Ave, Suite 208 (System Administration Building)
806.742.3627 | Equal Opportunity Website


Texas Tech Police Department 
(For Criminal Investigations) 
Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency: 806.742.3931
Texas Tech Police Department Website

3. Contact Anonymous Administrators

These staff members can assist students in making an anonymous report. Anonymous reporting can help put students in touch with resources even if they are not sure if they would like to proceed with formal reporting & investigation procedures. 

Brittany Todd, M.Ed.
RISE Director
Suite 247 Drane Hall 

Kelsey Lueck
Violence Prevention Specialist 
Suite 247 Drane Hall

Elena Sánchez-Freeman
Safety & Wellness Coordinator
Suite 247 Drane Hall

4. Contact Confidential Administrators

There are resources on campus for students who would like to talk to someone and get assistance, without making a report to the university. These staff members can assist students in accessing resources and filing a report only when specifically requested.

Student Counseling Center 
Student Wellness Center, Suite 201
SCC Website
Walk-in Clinic Hours: M-F 12:30-3:30pm

Student Health Services
Student Wellness Center, First Floor
Student Health Website
Hours: M-F 8:00am- 5:30pm 

Crisis HelpLine

5. Frequently Asked Questions

What is Sexual Misconduct?

What is Consent?

What is Dating Violence?

What is Stalking?

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