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Sexual Assault

"No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance." 
- Title IX, Department of Education 

What to do if you are sexually assaulted

Resources for individuals who have been sexually assaulted can be found at The Rape Crisis Center website.

Reporting Sexual Assault

To report a sexual assault and learn about the process for filing a complaint, contact the Office of the Dean of Students or the Title IX Coordinator, Angela Miranda-Clark (see contact information below). 

Several Trinity employees are trained investigators who can serve as process advisors for students during investigations. For a complete list, please click here.

To seek immediate assistance, contact: 

Trinity University Police Department  210-999-7000
Trinity University Health Services  210-999-8111
Online Campus Conduct Hotline Report an Incident

For immediate assistance, also consider contacting:

The Rape Crisis Center 24hr. Hotline  210-349-7273

The following may also be contacted directly, or after hours, through the TUPD:

Counseling Services  210-999-7411
Dean of Students Office  210-999-8843
Residential Life Office  210-999-7219


Trinity University brochure of policy and procedures on sexual violence, programs, process and policy. View the Coalition for Respect Annual Report 2017-2018. 

Trinity University’s results from 2015 HEDS Sexual Assault Campus Climate Survey with a special note from President Danny Anderson.

Title IX

Trinity University's Title IX Coordinator, who oversees matters related to sexual harassment and assault contact information:

Angela Miranda-Clark
Compliance Officer/Title IX Coordinator
Northrup Hall 210D
Direct: 210-999-7835
Staffed Office: 210-999-7507