Resources for Victims of Sexual Misconduct
Your safety and wellbeing are important. Know that you have support.
These resources will not share any information unless there is immediate danger to you or another person.
Student Health Center
The Student Health Center provides anonymous and confidential sexually transmitted infection (STI) and HIV testing.
The Counseling Center provides free, confidential counseling services to all students currently enrolled at Texas State.
These resources will only share sexual misconduct information that is required by law or necessary to investigate the claim.
Title IX Coordinator, Ameerah McBride
Ameerah McBride is responsible for overseeing Title IX compliance on the Texas State University campus. She is available during business hours and is committed to providing a prompt, equitable response to all reports of sexual misconduct.
University Police Department
Contacting University Police does not mean that a student must pursue criminal charges. University Police can advise students of their options, help preserve evidence while students consider next steps and assist students in safety planning.
Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students 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.
Asian Family Support Services of Austin (AFSSA)
Provides assistance to Asian and other immigrant families dealing with domestic violence, sexual assault, and trafficking.
Hotline: 877.281.8311 (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
Austin Police Department Victim Services
Central Texas Medical Center
1301 Wonder World Dr., San Marcos, TX. 78666
Crisis Hotline for Texas State Students
Hays-Caldwell Women's Center
P.O. Box 234 San Marcos, TX. 78667-0234
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)
Phone: 844.303.SAFE (7233) Free legal advice 7 days a week
Office of the Dean of Students
LBJ Student Center, Suite 5-9.1
People Against Violent Crime
P.O. Box 92621 Austin, Texas, 78709
Phone: 512.837.PAVC (7282)
Round Rock - Hope Alliance
1101 Gattis School Road # 106
Round Rock, Texas 78664
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, dial 9-1-1
General Information: 512.245.2161, option 0
After-Hours Nurse Advice Line: 512.245.2161
Texas Advocacy Project
P.O. Box 833 Austin, TX. 78767
Sexual Assault Legal Hotline 888-296-SAFE (Statewide)
Phone: 512.225.9290 (In Austin)
Texas State Counseling Center
LBJ Student Center Room 5-4.1
601 University Drive; San Marcos, TX. 78666
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Texas State University Police Department
San Marcos Campus
615 North L.B.J. Drive
San Marcos, Texas, 78666
Dispatch Non-Emergency: 512.245.2805
Round Rock Campus
1555 University Blvd
Avery Building Room 250
Round Rock, Texas, 78665
Title IX Coordinator
Chief Diversity Officer and
Director of Equity and Access
J.C. Kellam Building, Room 164
Texas State University encourages individuals who have experienced sexual misconduct to report the incident directly to campus police, the Title IX coordinator or the Title IX deputy coordinator. These individuals will ensure that the misconduct does not continue, and will help to address the effects of the misconduct.
You can file a report for someone else, anonymously, or using a pseudonym.