Title IX

Your Rights Under Title IX

The University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma is committed to creating and maintaining an environment for all students, faculty and staff which is free of objectionable and disrespectful conduct and communication. The university PROHIBITS gender discrimination in any form, including sexual harassment. All students, faculty and staff are required to comply with this policy.

Title IX Policy

Submit an Incident Report


The USAO Grievance Process Pool is composed of trained USAO representatives and/or contracted trained individuals.


ATIXA Title IX Coordinator Level One Certification Course

ATIXA Title IX Coordinator Two Pressures, Politics, Sanctions, Minors and MOUs

ATIXA Title IX Hearing Officer & Decision-Maker Certification Course

ATIXA Civil Rights Investigator Level Two Training & Certification Course

COSA Title IX New Regulations Overview PowerPoint

COSA Title IX Presentation

Title IX Reporting Flowchart

U.S. Department of Education - Title IX


University Title IX Coordinator

Angela Harris
Chief Human Resources Officer
(405) 574-1350 (office) 

For Confidential Reporting Resources, contact:
Counseling Services
Student Center
1727 W. Alabama
Chickasha, OK  73018
(405) 574-1278 (office)
405-574-1220 (fax)


VAWA/Sexual Misconduct & Advocacy Resources

VAWA Brochure

This guide is intended to help explain the USAO’ responsibility under Title IX and the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).

Additionally, this guide will:

On Campus

USAO Security: (405) 222-8066

Angela Harris, Director of Human Resources and Title IX Coordinator: (405) 574-1350 

Counseling Services: (405) 574-1326

Off Campus

Chickasha Police Department

Grady Co. Sheriff’s Department: (405) 224-0984 

Grady Memorial Hospital: (405) 224-2300

Grady Co. District Attorney’s Office: (405) 224-4770

Options Counseling: (405) 222-3018

Lighthouse Christian Guidance Center: (405) 222-8267

Byte & Associates: (405) 222-4786

Southwest Youth & Family Services: (405) 222-5437

Red Rock Behavioral Health Services: (405) 222-0622

Intervention & Crisis Advocacy Network - Crisis Line: (405) 222-1818

Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Hotline: (800) 522-7233

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Hotline: (800) 273-8255

Educational opportunities regarding sexual assault and its prevention are offered through the Student Services office. Programming will continue to be offered to the residence halls, athletic teams, as well as other interested groups.

Confidentiality shall be maintained to the greatest extent possible within the requirements of conducting reasonable investigations. Only those who have an immediate need to know may find out the identity of the parties.

It is illegal to retaliate against anyone who complains about sexual harassment or assists in a sexual harassment complaint. Retaliation, threats, or other forms of intimidation against any party involved will not be tolerated.