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Student Conduct

Resources for students

The University offers a variety of resources for students and others who are involved in student conduct proceedings. These include interpreter services for deaf and hard of hearing, in accordance with relevant federal and state laws and University policies. To request disability accommodation, contact the disability services office for your campus.

Disability Services Offices

To request accommodations related to participation in a student conduct proceeding, contact:

Seattle campus:

Disability Services Office (DSO)
dso@uw.edu
206-543-6450
206-543-6450 (TTY)

Bothell campus:

UW Bothell Disability Resources for Students (DRS)
uwbdrs@uw.edu
425-352-5307
425-352-5303 (TDD)

Tacoma campus:

UW Tacoma Disability Resources for Students (DRS)
drsuwt@uw.edu
253-692-4508

Safety

The University maintains a 24/7 Helpline available to report concerns of potential violence and get connected to resources:

SafeCampus
206-685-7223

Safety Information and resources for the UW Bothell community, including crime reporting to local law enforcement:

UW Bothell Campus Safety Office
425-352-5359 (non-emergencies)

Safety information, resources, and victim advocacy for the UW Seattle community, including reporting on-campus crimes:

UW Police Department (UWPD)
206-543-9331 or 206-685-8973

UWPD Victim Advocate
UWPDAdvocate@uw.edu
206-543-9337

Safety information and resources for the UW Tacoma community, including crime reporting to local law enforcement:

UW Tacoma Campus Safety and Security
253-692-4416 (non-emergencies)

Counseling

For free short-term services for students:

UW Seattle Counseling Center
206-543-1240

UW Bothell Counseling Center
425-352-3183

UW Tacoma Student Counseling Center
253-692-4522

For counseling services for UW Seattle students that can be billed to medical insurance:

UW Seattle Hall Health Mental Health
206-543-5030