- Sexual Violence Resource Booklet
- Student Training
The university treats the Victim Advocates as a confidential reporting option. Victims can visit with a victim advocate to learn about resources available on campus. A Victim Advocate is not required to report any information about an incident to the Title IX Coordinator without a victim’s permission. However, the victim advocate will report incidents, without personally identifiable information, to OSU Police for the purpose of the Clery Act.
The Board of Regents for Oklahoma State University and the Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges provides monetary support for the Victim Advocates in their important work to support students seeking advocacy assistance. The Victim Advocates report quarterly to the Board of Regents on statistical trends of incidents.
Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Victim Advocate line 405-564-2129
24 hour help line 405-624-3020 through Wings of Hope
Irissa Baxter, MA
Irissa Baxter is currently the Coordinator of Womens and LGBTQ Affairs, housed in the Office of Multicultural Affairs here at OSU. She is a member of the LGBTQ community and her academic and professional experience focuses on gender, sexuality, and systems of oppression. She is a Tulsa native and strives to provide compassionate, thoughtful, and nonjudgmental advocacy to any and all students seeking her support here at OSU.
Becky George, RN
A native of Stillwater, Becky is a registered nurse for University Health Services. She has been an advocate for women's health for nearly thirty-five years. She is currently in her sixteenth year here at OSU. Previous work experience includes public health and Stillwater Women's Clinic. She is very passionate about women’s health care and has earned several accomplishments through Ambassador and Leadership programs at OSU. She also enjoys participating in outreach opportunities on campus.
Rachel Shreffler, MS
Rachel Shreffler serves as the Assistant Director of Health and Wellness in the Human Resources Department, and as an adjunct professor for Health and Human Performance in the College of Education. Rachel earned her Bachelors of Science in Health, Physical Education and Leisure Studies, and Masters of Science in Health Education, both from Oklahoma State University. For more than 20 years she has worked extensively with students, employees, and communities to improve personal and organizational health and well-being at both the state and local level. She has previously served as a Victims Advocate in Liberal, KS.