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Sexual violence, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking can happen to anyone. The following are some of the resources provided by the University to assist students, faculty, and staff. The Title IX website includes resources for victims of sexual violence, applicable rules, and frequently asked questions.


Texas A&M University’s Title IX Website

This website contains more information about Title IX including resources for victims of sexual violence, applicable rules, and frequently asked questions.


Office of CLEAR

Consensual Language, Education, Awareness and Relationships (CLEAR) is the newest office within the Offices of the Dean of Student Life. Staff of CLEAR provides education and training to the Texas A&M community on sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking and sexual harassment. CLEAR helps students take positive action on these topics by facilitating conversations on bystander intervention, consensual language and healthy relationships.
Request a Presentation from CLEAR


University Police Department (UPD)

979-845-2345

This website contains links to Texas A&M University’s Annual Security Report, UPD Crime Prevention Unit and COPS Res Life prevention resources, and the UPD victim advocate website.


Corps Escort

979-845-6789

The Guard Room provides a free Corps escort service from 5pm to 7am. By calling the Guard Room at 979-845-6789, a Corps member will meet the person requesting the escort and walk with him/her to most on-campus locations.

FOR STUDENTS

Staff in Student Assistance Services is available to serve as a resource to any individual who has a sexual harassment inquiry or complaint. This website contains information about how to personally respond or support a friend who may have been involved in an incident, accommodations for those involved, and applicable grievance procedures and definitions.

Student Assistance Services – Sexual Violence/Harassment Website

979-845-3113

Student Counseling Service

979-845-4427

Student Health Services

FOR EMPLOYEES

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential mental health counseling service available to faculty, staff and their benefits-eligible dependents who may be experiencing personal or work place difficulties.

Employee Assistance Program

Single African-American man standing in front of a neutral background

Sexual violence, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking can happen to anyone. The following are some of the resources provided by the University to assist students, faculty, and staff. The Title IX website includes resources for victims of sexual violence, applicable rules, and frequently asked questions.


Texas A&M University Galveston’s Title IX Website

This website contains more information about Title IX including resources for victims of sexual violence, applicable rules, and frequently asked questions.


Resources for Victims of Sexual Violence


University Police Department (UPD)

409-740-4545

This website contains links to the Annual Security Report and the Crime Prevention Unit.

FOR EMPLOYEES

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential mental health counseling service available to faculty, staff and their benefits-eligible dependents who may be experiencing personal or work place difficulties.

Employee Assistance Program