Students Who May Be Victims of Sexual Misconduct
If you or someone you know may be a victim of sexual misconduct or assault, you are strongly encouraged to seek immediate assistance.
Assistance can be obtained 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from:
911 or (662) 325-2121
911 or (662) 323-4131
During business hours, you may also seek assistance from the MSU Dean of Students Office (662)325-3611.
Information you should know if you or someone you know is a victim of sexual assault:
Student Counseling Services
Students can meet with a confidential mental health counselor.
Oktibbeha County Hospital
Longest Student Health Center
Students can meet with a confidential health care provider.
Dean of Students Office
Staff can assist a student in filing formal complaints or, if the student does not want to file a formal complaint, the staff can work with the student to address concerns over housing, class assignments or schedules, leaves
of absence, withdrawal or other academic concerns. The office staff can also assist the student in notifying MSU Police or local law enforcement, if the student so requests.
MSU Police Department
Contacting MSU Police does not mean a student must pursue criminal charges. MSU Police can advise students of their options, help preserve evidence while they consider options, and assist students in safety planning.
Title IX Coordinator
The University has designated Brett Harvey, as the Title IX Coordinator to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination and harassment policies. Questions or concerns can be directed to (662) 325-4717, to
email email@example.com or in person at McArthur Hall, Room 235, Mississippi State, MS 39762.