Employees, students and visitors to campus with questions and/or complaints regarding
discrimination or sexual misconduct (such as sexual violence) under Title IX may contact
the Title IX Coordinator:
Dr. Scott Richardson
Office: Bayou Building, B2323
Title IX Affiliates
Title IX and its affiliates share many of the same goals and services for students, which are detailed below. For additional on-campus resources, information, and additional reporting options you may contact the offices listed.
Counseling Services helps students fulfill their goals by:
- Fostering connections with and among members of the university community.
- Facilitating the discovery and realization of power in their strengths.
- Developing the ability to address emotional and psychological challenges.
Dr. Cindy Cook
Executive Director of Counseling, Health and Career Services; Training Director
UHCL Counseling Services
SSCB 3103 (Student Services Classroom Building, Room 3103)
UHCL PD provides law enforcement service and effectively responds to critical and emergency situations while proactively safeguarding the lives and liberties of the community.
The Crisis Awareness Response Emergency (CARE) team provides crisis response for the health and safety of UHCL community members. It also provides students, faculty and staff the opportunity to report a crisis over the phone or online.
UHCL CARE Team
(Crisis Awareness Response Emergency)
Dean of Students
Report a CARE Concern
UHCL's Dean of Students Office serves as the “Central Hub” of campus for all student-related issues. It offers various support services to to provide a safe and respectful educational environment for students that lends itself to learning.
Advocating to end sexual and domestic violence.