University of Houston-Victoria

Title IX and Equal Opportunity

UHV Title IX Resources

The Title IX & Equal Opportunity Office is available with or without a formal complaint to discuss services and policies. The Title IX and Equal Opportunity Coordinator is Rebecca Lake and she is located in University West 116, and available by phone at (361)570-4835. 

Emergency Services

Get Emergency Help and Dial 911

Always call 911 in an emergency, or contact campus security for a non-emergency at (361)570-HELP or (361)570-4357.

UHPD/Security Services

File a Criminal Complaint with campus UH Police or request Security support:

Visitors, Employees or Students call (361)570-HELP or (361)570-4357.

Title IX & Equal Opportunity Services

Report sexual misconduct or discrimination concerns and receive information about campus services from the Title IX & Equal Opportunity Coordinator:

Email Rebecca Lake

(361)570-4835

University West 116, 3007 N. Ben Wilson St., Victoria, TX 77901

Counseling and Related Services

Seek Medical Attention with Help of a Confidential Advisor:

Victoria-area students call UHV Counseling Center at (361)570-4135 or toll free (855)848-4279.

Houston-area students call (713)500-3327 or Toll Free/After Hours (800)346-3549.

Any student can also book virtual counselor appointments or review self-guided resources through Therapy Assistance Online

Additional Employee Services

Get confidential information about services through the UT Employee Assistance Program

Benefits-eligble employees call (713)500-3327 or toll-free (800)346-3549 for UTEAP.

More About Services

Support services are available through the Equal Opportunity Office. Services can include housing changes, academic support, on-campus workplace changes, security escorts, no-contact orders, information about local medical providers and more.

The Equal Opportunity Office provides resources and policy guidance to students, faculty, staff, prospective students or employees as well as visitors. The Office also provides training to campus community members on issues of sexual misconduct, anti-discrimination, prevention and response.

The UHV Counseling Center is available free to students to provide confidential counseling services at University Commons, Second Floor, Suite 2108 (inside the Library) or by calling (361)570-4135.

For benefits-eligible faculty and staff, the Employee Assistance Program is available for counseling and other referral services at (713)500-3327 or (800)346-3549 (toll free).

For non-UHV resources and assistance, also see relevant off-campus resources.