Title IX: Here to Help
University of Houston-Clear Lake is committed to providing an educational, working and living environment where students, faculty, staff and visitors are free from sex discrimination of any kind.
Please be aware that various offices can offer privacy but only UHCL Counseling Services and UHCL Health Services are considered confidential spaces.
Equity, Diversity, Inclusion - Title IX (EDIT) Office
The Chief Diversity Officer / Title IX Coordinator serves as the University's Title IX Coordinator and coordinates efforts to comply with and implement the University of Houston System Sexual Misconduct Policy. We conduct administrative investigations of reports of sexual misconduct and are available to discuss options, provide support, explain policies and procedures, and provide education on Title IX.
The mission of Counseling Services is to guide and to support the members of the university community in the achievement of their educational, vocational, and psychological goals. Counseling Services offers free and confidential individual, couples, and group therapy for a variety of concerns, including anxiety, depression, eating concerns, relationship issues, grief, sexuality, identity development, self-esteem, motivation, procrastination, career indecision, and general personal growth. Counseling Services also offers career and personal workshops, biofeedback and other self-help resources, and psychiatry services.
Location: SSCB 3103
Dean of Students
The Office of the Dean of Students (ODOS) provides a variety of programs and services designed to support students in achieving both academic and personal success. The ODOS is committed to fostering human dignity through acts of civility and respect; providing student-centered services and developing ethical leaders who work to create an inclusive community. The ODOS seeks to create student learning opportunities beyond the classroom that inspire intellectual, personal and civic growth for all students. The office staff serves as both advocates and liaisons for all students and are available to assist faculty, staff and parents in any way possible.
Location: SSCB 1201
Health Services provides a wide range of professional services to UHCL students. It is dedicated to promoting good health and to providing emergency services and short-term medical treatment to any student who becomes ill or injured.
Location: SSCB 1301
University Police Department
The University Police Department is responsible for law enforcement, security and emergency response at UHCL. The UHCL police serve the university community and visitors alike through law enforcement, crime prevention, traffic control and public assistance programs. The department enforces all university regulations as well as local and state laws.
Location: Bayou 1636
Phone: 281-283-2222 (24-Hour Hotline), Off Campus Dial 911
University of Houston System Equal Opportunity Services (EOS)
Bay Area Turning Point (BATP)
BATP is a non-profit; community based social service agency providing a variety of services, including shelter, to families in need and public education/crime prevention activities in the Greater Bay Area and surrounding areas.
210 South Walnut Street
Webster, TX 77598
Houston Area Women's Center
The Houston Area Women's Center helps individuals affected by domestic and sexual violence in their efforts to move their lives forward. Houston Area Women's Center provides shelter, counseling and advocacy to support them in building lives free from the effects of violence. Houston Area Women's Center seeks social change to end domestic and sexual violence through community awareness and education. Houston Area Women's Center services are confidential and available to everyone.
1010 Waugh Drive
Houston, TX 77019
24/7 Domestic Violence Hotline: 713-528-2121
24/7 Rape Crisis Hotline: 713-528-7273
Resource and Crisis Center of Galveston County
The mission of the Resource and Crisis Center of Galveston County is to promote the safety, well-being and best interest of victims of family violence, sexual assault and child abuse and to advocate for the prevention of such crimes. The Resource and Crisis Center provides safety to victims of family and sexual violence and assists with legal protection through protective orders, safety planning and safe shelter.
1204 45th Street
Galveston, TX 77550
Phone: 409-763-1441 or 888-919-7233
The Montrose Center
The Anti-Violence program of The Montrose Center serves LGBT survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault and trafficking; as well as all survivors of hate crimes regardless of sexual orientation.
401 Branard Street
Houston, TX 77006
The Bridge Over Troubled Waters
AVDA (Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse)
The mission of AVDA (Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse) is to end family violence by advocating for the safety and self- determination of victims, promoting accountability for abusers and fostering a community response to abuse.
RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)
Women's Center of Brazoria County
The Women's Center of Brazoria County provides services to victims of domestic and sexual violence.
715 N. Valderas
Alvin Office: 281-585-0904
Angleton Office: 979-849-9553
Freeport Office: 979-233-7174
West Columbia Office: 979-345-5014