Domestic Violence Awareness Month

The violence that occurs between two people who are in an ongoing relationship is referred to as domestic violence. It can be physical, sexual, or emotional abuse. Nationwide, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have been victims of physical violence by an intimate partner during some point in their life. The Oklahoma Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board (DVFRB) determined that 109 Oklahomans lost their lives as a result of domestic violence in 2012. Domestic violence can happen to anyone, male or female, at any time.

Oklahoma State University does not tolerate violence or sexual assault of any kind. To confidentially discuss your rights and resources contact:

OSU Sexual Assault Victim Advocates

Monday – Friday 8 AM – 5 PM



To report issues regarding faculty and staff contact:

Title IX Coordinator

409 General Academic Building



To file a police report on campus contact:

OSU Police Department



Wings of Hope Family Crisis Services, located in Stillwater and Perry, provides the following resources:

·         Safe shelter

·         Advocacy

·         Individual and group counseling

·         A children’s center

·         Parent education

·         Batterer’s intervention

·         Sexual assault prevention

·         Sexual assault response team

·         Sexual assault survivor support

For more information about the services available at Wings of Hope, visit their website. If you become aware that someone is in a violent situation, please encourage them to seek help.

Wings of Hope

3800  N. Washington

Stillwater, OK 74075

24-hour Crisis Line: 405-624-3020

Main Office: 405-372-9922


Satellite Office

314 N. 6th Street

Perry, OK 73077

Perry Office: 580-336-7231


For services in Cushing, call 918-399-9969