Student Life

Campus safety

You have a right to live, work, study and socialize in an environment that’s free of violence and harassment. If you have concerns about your or another person’s wellbeing, these services can help.

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Be your best

Remove barriers and create new pathways to success. Community Standards and Student Conduct helps UW students develop high standards of ethics, integrity and accountability.

Check out CSSC

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Stay safe

The UW Police Department is committed to partnering with you to create a safe campus. Visit our website for crime prevention tips and more.

Learn about UWPD

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Find support for sexual assault

Discover safe ways to get medical and emotional support for sexual assault and how to report it. This website lists resources available to help you.

Find sexual assault resources

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Get around safely after dark

Celebrating late with friends? Cramming for exams into the wee hours? Working out after dark? The speedy and professional security guards of the newly expanded Husky NightWalk program are here to get where you’re going safely after dark.

Learn about Husky NightWalk

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If you see something, say something

You know to call 911 for emergencies, but what about other behavior that concerns you but might not be an emergency? It’s still important to speak up. SafeCampus can help.

Help prevent violence with SafeCampus

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Refer someone in need

Health & Wellness is a starting point for students in distress and in need of multiple levels of care and support.


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Get an advocate

Being a victim of crime can be a scary and traumatizing experience. The UWPD Victim Advocate can help, even if the crime is not reported. Contact us to discuss your resources and options.

Contact UWPD Victim Advocate