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
- National or ethnic origin
- 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 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.
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, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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