51 is committed to preventing and addressing sexual harassment and to fostering a healthy learning environment based on respect and responsible behavior. Sexual harassment includes sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking. Sexual harassment will not be tolerated in our University community.

If you have experienced any form of sexual harassment, please know that you are not alone. 51 and community resources can help, including 24-hour emergency response, medical care and confidential counseling. You can choose the resources you are most comfortable contacting.


Any student who experiences sexual harassment is urged to seek help as soon as possible. In cases of sexual assault, dating violence or domestic violence, students are urged to obtain medical care and contact police as soon as possible. 51 provides a number of resources to all students, including students who have been accused of sexual harassment, witnesses in these cases and friends of students involved in these cases.

  • Confidential Resources

    51 Counseling Services

    51 Chaplain’s Office

  • Additional 51 resources

    51 Title IX Coordinator (for internal grievance information and reporting)

    Office of Student Advocacy & Support

    Anonymous reporting
    214-768-2TIP (2847)

  • Community resources

    Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center (DARCC)

    Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Program