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Resources for Victims of Sexual Assault

Resources and Support on Campus

Reports of sexual discrimination will ONLY be shared with individuals with need-to-know and as required by law.

University Police Department


Contacting Texas State Police does not mean a student must pursue criminal charges. Texas State Police can advise students of their options, help preserve evidence while they consider options, and assist students in safety planning.

Available 24 hours a day.

Dean of Students Office


The Dean of Students Office strives to set standards of excellence in the delivery of student services and to foster a welcoming environment that is inclusive, safe, and conducive to learning.The Dean of Student's Office can assist with any academic issues as well as any accommodations that may arise for victims of sexual misconduct.  Available during regular business hours.


Confidential Resources and Support On Campus

These resources will not share any information unless there is imminent harm to you, another individual or as required by law.

Texas State Student Health Center   


The Student Health Center provides anonymous and confidential sexually transmitted infection (STI) and HIV testing.

Texas State Counseling Center                                                         


Many students encounter a variety of personal, social, career, and academic issues that call for assistance beyond advice provided by friends and family. Fortunately, the Counseling Center provides free and confidential services by professional counselors to all currently enrolled Texas State students.

Interim Title IX Coordinator - Dr. Vincent Luizzi


Dr. Luizzi is responsible for the oversight of Title IX compliance on the Texas State University campus. He is available during business hours and is committed to providing a prompt and equitable response to all reports of sexual misconduct.


Local Resources and Support 


Asian Family Support Services of Austin (AFSSA)

Provides assistance to Asian and other immigrant families dealing with domestic violence, sexual assault and trafficking.

Hotline 877.281.831 (Toll-free) or 512.651.3743 (Austin)


Attorney for Students

Attorney for Students Office LBJ 5-1.5

Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Monday through Friday by appointment only

Telephone: 512.245.2370

Fax: 512.245.9053



Austin Police Department Victim Services



Central Texas Medical Center

1301 Wonder World Drive, San Marcos, TX 78666



Crisis Hotline for Texas State Students



Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center

P.O. Box 234 San Marcos, TX 78667-0234

Office Telephone: 512.396.3404

Office Fax: 512.353.2018

24-hour Help Line: 512.396.HELP (4357)

Out of San Marcos-Lockhart-Kyle service area, call: 1.800.700.HCWC (4292)


Hays County Crime Stoppers

2300 S Interstate 35, San Marcos, Texas 78666



Hays County District Attorney – Victim Services (Protective Orders)

Hays County Government Center, Suite 2057

712 South Stagecoach Trail San Marcos, TX  78666



LASSA (Legal Aid for Survivors of Sexual Assault)

844.303.SAFE (7233) Free legal advice 7 days a week


Office of the Dean of Students

LBJ Student Center, Suite 5-9.1

Telephone: 512.245.2124

Fax: 512.245.8268



People Against Violent Crime

P.O. Box 92621 Austin, Texas 78709

512.837.PAVC (7282)


Round Rock - Hope Alliance

1101 Gattis School Road #106

Round Rock, Texas 78664

Telephone: 512.255.1212

24 Hours Crisis Hotline: 800.460.SAFE (7233)



24-Hour Hotline: 512.367.SAFE (7233)


San Marcos Police Department 

In an emergency, dial 9-1-1

For all non-emergency requests for service, dial 512.753.2108


Southside Community Center

518 S. Guadalupe Street San Marcos, Texas 78666



Student Health Center

Emergencies, call 911

Appointments: 512.245.2161

General Information: 512.245.2161, option 0

After-Hours Nurse Advice Line: 512.245.2161

Fall and Spring Hours:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Tuesday, Thursday: 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Summer Hours: May 14 - August 17

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Tuesday, Thursday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.


Texas Advocacy Project 

PO Box 833 Austin, TX 78767

Sexual Assault Legal Hotline 888.296.SAFE (Statewide)

512-225-9290 (In Austin)


Texas State Counseling Center

LBJ Student Center Room 5-4.1

601 University Drive; San Marcos, TX 78666

Telephone: 512.245.2208

Fax: 512.245.2234

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Texas State University Police Department

San Marcos Campus

Nueces Building

615 North L.B.J. Drive

San Marcos, Texas 78666

Telephone: 512.245.8336

Dispatch Non-Emergency: 512.245.2805

Records: 512.245.2890

Round Rock Campus

1555 University Blvd

Avery Building Room 250

Round Rock, Texas 78665

Telephone: 512.716.4911



Interim Title IX Coordinator

Dr. Vincent Luizzi

Interim Chief Diversity Officer and

Interim Director of Equity and Access

J.C.Kellam Building, Room 164



Useful Sites


Joyful Heart Foundation


National Sexual Violence Resource Center


Association of Title IX Administrators


Not Alone


Know Your IX


Texas Association Against Sexual Assault


Denim Day: There’s no excuse and never an invitation to rape

Texas State University encourages individuals who have experienced sexual discrimination to report the incident directly to campus police, the Title IX Coordinator, or one of the Title IX Deputy Coordinators.  These individuals will ensure that the misconduct does not continue and address the effects.


Texas State University System Sexual Misconduct Policy

If you need to make a report, please contact Dr. Luizzi,

Interim Title IX Coordinator at 512.245.2539.


At this website, you can file a report for any of the following categories of sexual misconduct:

  • Sexual Assault
  • Dating Violence
  • Stalking
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Domestic Violence
  • Sexual Exploitation
  • Sexual Intimidation (Cyber-stalking, Indecent Exposure, etc.)

You can file a report for someone else.

You can file a report anonymously.

You can file a report using a pseudonym.