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Graduate Program Directors are often the first line of help for mentoring and academic issues. They are listed below, from the Graduate College Bulletin, Section 2.3. The chair of your academic department can also be a resource in this area.
We also welcome you to contact the Graduate College. We are here to help guide, support, and advocate for you. Graduate Student issues are handled by Dean Anne Pereira and Assistant Dean Rebecka Bourn. Postdoc issues are handled by Dean Anne Pereira, Associate Dean Gillian Air, and Assistant Dean Amy Tucker.
The Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement offers resources for addressing gender discrimination, sexual misconduct, pregnant and parenting students' rights,
At the most fundamental level, an ombudsperson is one who assists individuals and groups in the resolution of conflicts or concerns.
The university ombudsperson functions independently of all administrative and academic offices to ensure OU community members across all three campuses have an impartial, confidential space to express concerns, seek guidance and constructively resolve conflicts.
Graduate Assistants and their household members are eligible for the OU Employee Assistance Program. Services are free and confidential.
Some of the available services include:
If a person is an immediate threat to themselves or someone else or is incapable of caring for themselves, call (405) 271-4911.
If the behavior of a student, faculty, or staff member raises concerns about their safety or the safety of others, you can contact the OUHSC Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT). The OUHSC Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is focused on providing caring, preventive, early intervention to promote the safety and well-being of individuals on campus and the HSC campus community.
There are several ways to report a concern to the HSC Behavioral Intervention Team: