Tulsa Community College is committed to establishing a safe and healthy environment for its students, employees and visitors. We all deserve the right to work and learn in an atmosphere free of violence or harassment and only if we work together can we create a positive and healthy environment.
There is HELP. There is HOPE. Speak Up.
To report a concern, schedule an appointment or for more information on our education and training, please contact the Violence Prevention Team at SpeakUp@tulsacc.edu, 918-595-7711 or x7711 from any campus phone.
The following support resources are available for students and employees:
Domestic Violence Intervention Services Counselor
In person confidential crisis intervention, safety planning, referrals for basic needs and advocacy for police reports and sexual assault exams.
Title IX Coordinator
918-595-7842 or email@example.com
This person can assist with a Title IX complaint, provide academic accommodations and interim measures.
Allows you to report academic concerns, misconduct or other concerning behavior happening at Tulsa Community College.
Student and Employee Assistance Program
Over the phone confidential counseling, crisis assistance and referrals to community resources.
918-595-7569 or 918-595-7269
Short term counseling for currently enrolled students and referrals to community resources.
Save this number in your phone in the event you need to call Campus Police. They can also assist with personal escorts to your vehicle and filing a police report.
Confidential Reporters for Students or Employees
Lori Aery Gonzalez, MS, LPC
DVIS Outreach Counselor
Ravin Crawford, MBA
Violence Prevention Program Coordinator
Confidential Reporters for Students Only
Andrea Schroyer, MS, LPC
LPC Wellness Services
Jessica Heavin, MS, LPC, NCC, CEAP
Director of Wellness Services
A Men’s Discussion Group held on Mondays 12:20-12:50pm, Metro Student Union 212 (or 214)
We will discuss men’s issues and explore media and society’s portrayals of men and masculinity. Topics will be open and may include consent, dating, sex questions, pressures on men, sexual violence, video game violence, and conformity.