Texas Tech University

Report to the University

If you do not wish to pursue criminal charges, you are encouraged to file a report with the university. Whether or not you choose to file a report with law enforcement, the University will offer a variety of options for assistance to you.

Reporting to the University provides you with the option of addressing the incident under several University Policies to include, but not limited to the TTU System Regulation 07.06 Sexual MisconductTTU OP 76.10 Violence and Workplace Threat, and the TTU Student Handbook

Incidents reported to the University are investigated in accordance with the TTU System Regulation 07.06 Sexual Misconduct. A report to the University also allows for the initiation of interim protective measures such as academic accommodations, changes to housing, and changes to class or work schedules.

The information below provides the ways in which a report can be made to various University reporting structures. You can bring someone with you to support you while making a report, including but not limited to a friend, roommate, or family member.

Office for Student Civil Rights & Sexual Misconduct (Title IX)

Texas Tech is committed to providing its students, faculty, and staff with an education and workplace environment free from any form of unlawful discrimination. The Texas Tech community is dedicated to fostering and supporting a culture of mutual respect and communication.

Texas Tech University does not tolerate and prohibits discrimination or harassment of students based on, or related to, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation and gender identity), race, national origin, religion, age, disability, protected veteran status, or other protected categories, classes, or characteristics. Actions related to admission, discipline, housing, extracurricular and academic opportunities shall not be made based on a student's protected status. Discriminatory behavior is prohibited regardless of the manner in which it is exhibited, whether verbally, in writing, or electronically displayed or conveyed. Individuals who violate these policies and laws are subject to disciplinary action, up to, and including, expulsion.

You can report an incident of sexual misconduct/harassment, or discrimination online here, or more information about this office can be found here

Employee Obligations

Employees who are told about a crime or have knowledge of a crime that occurred on campus should report this information using the CSA FORM. For incidents of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking, all TTU employees are required under SB 212 to complete the TITLE IX FORM. 

Student Conduct

The Office of Student Conduct meets with both undergraduate and graduate students to address potential violations of the Code of Student Conduct and encourages students to be ethical, independent and well-rounded individuals. You can visit the OSC website or contact them at: 806.742.1714 or email. The Office of Student Conduct is located at room 211 of the Student Wellness Center on the corner of Flint and Main St.

Incident Report Forms

Clery Incident Report Form

Report a Title IX Incident

Incident Report Forms

Campus Security Authority

Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) assist in the reporting of crime on campus. CSA is a Clery-specific term that includes four groups of individuals or organizations within the university. Throughout the year, Campus Security Authorities report Clery reportable crimes through the Campus Security Authority Incident Report Form. Each of these reports is reviewed by the Clery Compliance Director to confirm that it meets the requirements under the Clery Act. Reports submitted using the above form is not a police report. Clery Compliance may consult with TTPD for purposes of initiating established procedures related to Clery Act compliance. While the University has identified a number of CSAs, the following offices are officially designated as places where campus community members can report crimes:

TTPD 413 Flint Ave 806.742.3931
Human Resources - Talent Management Staff Doak Conference Center 806.742.3650
Dean of Student 201AA Student Union 806.742.2984
Student Conduct Wellness Center, Room 211 806.742.1714
TTU Athletics - Academic Services Marsha Sharp Center 806.742.0150
Advisors for Greek Organizations & Registered Student Organizations Cetner for Campus Life 806.742.5433


Texas Tech Clery Compliance