Reporting Concerns or Violations

Anyone can submit a report online or by meeting with the Compliance Coordinator if you have concerns or know of an incident relating to discrimination or criminal acts that have occurred due to:

  • Sexual misconduct
  • Race
  • Color
  • Sex
  • National or ethnic origin
  • Religion
  • Disability
  • Age
  • Veteran status
  • Sexual orientation

The compliance coordinator and/or a deputy Title IX investigator will review and investigate each report thoroughly. Each report is handled on a case-by-case basis.

Immediate Actions
Immediate actions to consider for students who experience an incident of sexual misconduct should consider the following immediate actions:

  • Contact a trained, experienced counselor such as HawkReach Counseling Services
  • Contact a law enforcement agency such as the NSU University Police Department
  • Seek medical attention:
    • To treat any injury or physical trauma
    • To consider the possibilities of sexually transmitted disease or pregnancy if asexual assault has occurred. IMPORTANT: Do not bathe, douche, brush your teeth, drink or change your clothing, as you may be destroying evidence you will need if you decide to prosecute.
    • Emergency contraception reduces the risk of pregnancy after unprotected sex or a sexual assault as well as testing for sexually transmitted diseases and infections.
  • Contact parents, relatives or close friends for support

Emergency Contact Information

NSU University Police Department will assist you in obtaining medical assistance, counseling support or police services 24/7, 365 days a year.

Law Enforcement

University Police: 918-444-2468

City of Tahlequah Police: 918-456-8801

City of Broken Arrow:  918-259-8400

City of Muskogee:  918-683-8000


Medical & Health Care

Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm

Student Health Center, Tahlequah: 918-444-2126

NEO Health Clinic, Muskogee:   1328 S. York St.,  Tel:  (918)683-0470

24 Hour Emergency Services

Northeastern Health Systems: 918-456-0641