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Student resources

We understand that students may come in contact with the student conduct process in a variety of ways. This section is designed to provide you with a variety of resources to help in this process.

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center provides confidential personal counseling to UW students for issues such as stress, anxiety, depression and relationship problems. The Counseling Center also offers career counseling, to help you clarify a major or identify career interests. The Counseling Center is located at 401 Schmitz Hall and can be reached at 206-543-1240.

Livewell Advocates

Livewell Confidential Advocates are a confidential and safe starting point for students affected by sexual assault, relationship violence, domestic violence and stalking. You may have personally experienced violence or abuse or be supporting a friend, co-worker, family member or student. University of Washington students may contact the Livewell Advocate via email at or make an appointment online to schedule a confidential consultation via Zoom, phone call, or in-person meeting.

Hall Health Center

Hall Health Primary Care Center is an outpatient clinic located right on campus across from the Husky Union Building. Part of the UW Medicine system, Hall Health offers a Pharmacy, Mental Health Clinic, Wellness Resource Center, Women’s Clinic as well as a Lab and X-ray. Hall Health is open to students and has extended hours and can be reached at 206-685-1011.

Disability Accommodations

To request disability accommodations during the student conduct process, please contact the Disability Services Office at 206-543-6450 (voice), 206-685-7264 (fax), or

For information about accommodates not related to the conduct process, please contact Disability Resources for Students (DRS) at 206-543-8924 (voice & relay), 206-616-8379 (fax), or

Safety Resources

SafeCampus is the central reporting office if you are concerned for yourself or a friend. SafeCampus has trained specialists who will take your call, connect you with resources, and put safety measures in place to reduce the chances of violence occurring. SafeCampus is available 24/7 at 206-685-SAFE (206-685-7233) or

University of Washington Police Department (UWPD) provides safety information, resources, and victim advocacy for the UW Seattle community, including reporting on-campus crimes. UWPD can be contacted at 206-543-9331 or 206-685-8973.

UWPD also employs a Victim Advocate who can help with a variety of safety concerns, including dating violence, sexual assault and stalking. The Victim Advocate can be contacted at 206-543-9337 or