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Reporting & Care

Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)

The OU-Tulsa Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is a non-punitive interdisciplinary team aiming to provide preventive care and early intervention for an individual (student, faculty, or staff) whose behavior is disruptive or concerning (e.g. change in hygiene, emotional outbursts, etc.). All students and employees should consider it their responsibility to report concerning behaviors to the OU-Tulsa Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) for the safety and well-being of the OU-Tulsa campus community. Reports can be submitted anonymously. 

If a person is an immediate threat to themselves or someone else, or is incapable of caring for themselves, and they are presently on campus, call (918) 660-3333.

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OU Report It!

At the University of Oklahoma, our commitmenet to cultivating a place of belonging for all strikes at the heart of everything we stand for as a community. Upholding this core value includes our promise to foster an environment of integrity, respect, and the highest ethical standards. Each member of the OU community shares the responsibility of ensuring these values are firmly upheld and concerns are promptly addressed. To that end, the University has partnered with EthicsPoint, an independent third-party, to provide a simple and anonymous way for employees and students to report concerns or possible misconduct. 

Students and employees can submit a report anonymously. 

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Institutional Equity Office: Title IX

Title IX is a federal statute prohibiting sex discrimination. Gender cannot be the basis for a person's exclusion from, participation in, or denial of benefits, or subjecting him or her to discrimination under any education program or activity, including employment. This includes admissions, financial aid, academic advising, housing, athletics, recreational services, college residential life programs, health services, counseling and psychological services, registrar's office, classroom assignments, grading and discipline, recruiting for employment or the benefits of employment. The statute applies equally to men and women. 

Students can submit a report anonymously by submitting an online report, or can speak with a Title IX staff member via email or phone. 

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OU-Tulsa Advocates

OU-Tulsa Advocates is a helpline and support service for anyone in our OU-Tulsa community who experiences sexual violence, relationship violence, stalking and/or sexual harassment. Any student, staff, or faculty member in the OU-Tulsa community may utilize our Advocate services. 

This is a free and confidential resource on the OU-Tulsa campus. 

Reporting Options:

  • OU-Tulsa Advocates Helpline - M-F, 8AM - 5PM: (918) 660-3163
  • After-hours support: (918) 743-5763
    • Provided locally by Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS)

Accessibility & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) 

The Accessibility and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is an integral part of the University of Oklahoma. The ADRC is dedicated to inclusivity and helping to foster a sense of belonging by increasing accessibility for all students with disabilities, cultivating an environment of connectedness and belonging, and providing advocacy, resources, and support at all levels of education on all OU campuses.  The ADRC will strive to ensure equal access for all students with disabilities, determined by an interactive process with the student. 

To Inquire about potential accommodations or services:

  • OU-Tulsa Contact: Josh Davis, Executive Director, OU-Tulsa Student Affairs
  • Office: OU-Tulsa Student Affairs, Founders Student Center, Rm. 1C76
  • Email: (Tulsa) and (Norman)
  • Phone: (918) 660-3107 in Tulsa; (405) 325-3852 in Norman

OU-Tulsa Student Relief Fund

OU-Tulsa Student Relief Fund is a scholarship opportunity for OU-Tulsa students who find themselves in extenuating circumstances and in need of emergency financial assistance. The Student Relief Fund would like to lend a hand to students that are suffering from a house fire, death in the family, medical bills, or other various unforeseen hardships.

Learn more about OU-Tulsa Student Relief Fund:


OU Ombudsperson

The university ombudsperson functions independently of all campus offices to ensure OU community members have an impartial, confidential space to express concerns, seek guidance, and constructively resolve conflicts. The Ombuds offers a safe, confidential place to talk about campus-related conflicts, disputes, and concerns. The Ombuds is neither an advocate for visitors nor represents University management. Rather, the Ombuds is an advocate for respectful dialogue, fair practices, and mutual understanding. The University of Oklahoma created the Ombuds Office with the understanding that information shared with the ombudsperson is held strictly confidential.

While the OU Ombudsperson is physically located on the Norman campus, they serve students, faculty, and staff on all OU campuses.

To ask a question or schedule a visit:

  • Email:
  • Phone: (405) 325-4137
  • Office: Bizzell Memorial Library, Room 213 (Norman campus)

Counseling & Crisis Services 

Counseling Services are available through campus and in the local and national community as well.

On-Campus: OU-Tulsa Student Counseling Services

  • Email:
  • Phone: (918) 660-3109
  • Office: Founders Student Center, Rm. 1C76 (within Student Affairs)


  • Tulsa COPES: (918) 744-4800
  • Oklahoma's Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: dial 988
  • National 24/7 Hopeline Network: 800-SUICIDE (800-784-2433)
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-TALK (8255)