Reports of sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, sexual and gender based harassment, and stalking may be submitted online, in person or by phone.


To submit a Title IX complaint, complete this online form. Reports may be made anonymously through this form.

In person or by phone

Office of Institutional Equity – Title IX Coordinator
TCU Box 298980
The Harrison – Suite 1800
Fort Worth, Texas 76129
Office phone: 817-257-8228

TCU Police
Emergency: 817-257-7777
Non-Emergency: 817-257-8400


Sexual assault medical forensic exam (SANE Exam)

A sexual assault medical forensic examination is performed by specially trained medical professionals for the purpose of evaluation and treatment of trauma, treatment of possible exposure to infection, referral to counseling and follow-up medical care, and for the collection of evidence following a report of sexual assault by a victim. The medical well-being of the patient is the primary objective of the SANE at all times during the examination.

The State of Texas provides for a report and non-report option allowing survivors of a sexual assault to obtain a medical forensic exam and have evidence collected, without cost to the victims, even if they do not wish to involve law enforcement at the time of evidence collection.

SANE information provided by The Texas Attorney General

Nearby hospitals with SANE services for survivors:

John Peter Smith Hospital
1500 S. Main
Fort Worth, Texas 76104

Texas Health Resources – Harris Methodist Hospital
1301 Pennsylvania Ave.
Fort Worth, Texas 76104

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