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UW Seattle Campus

The UW Seattle Campus has many resources for hazing prevention to students, employees, and community members. 

Campus Police Information

3939 15th Ave. NE

Seattle, WA 98105

Campus Box: 355200 


Community Standards and Student Conduct Office


Ed Mirecki –  Director

Jessi Benveniste – Assistant Director

Dominique Coleman – Care and Conduct Coordinator

Alyssa Galmish – Respondent Resource and Conduct Coordinator 

Zoie Hancock – Conduct Specialist

Lisa Ho – Marketing & Communication Assistant

Moses Kama – Conduct Support Assistant

Evan Mosher – Program Assistant 

Alex Salemme – Hazing Prevention and Response Specialist


David C. Hall Building (Formerly Hall Health) 303

Seattle Campus


Counseling Center

The Counseling Center at the University of Washington in Seattle is a resource for students who need a safe and inclusive environment to explore life’s challenges and their college experience, including overcoming any hazing experiences. Please visit their website for more information. 


LiveWell at the University of Washington in Seattle is a resource for students who may have unwillingly participated in unwanted interactions with alcohol or other substances. LiveWell Alcohol and Other Drugs Coordinator is a professional staff member who works with students on an individual basis around alcohol and other drugs. All appointments are free to UW-Seattle students. Please visit their website for more information. 


SafeCampus at the University of Washington is available to all who need to discuss safety and well-being concerns for themselves or others safely and anonymously. Please visit their website for more information. The following are reasons to reach out to SafeCampus. 

Experiences (yours or someone else’s) including:

Concerning behaviors in another person, including:

  • Dramatic changes in personality, mood or behavior
  • Withdrawing from friends, the workplace or academics
  • Unusual irritability, outbursts of anger or violence
  • Making comments or online posts about harming themselves or others
  • Crossing boundaries (for instance, excessive phone calls, emails and/or visits)
  • Inappropriate, confusing or disjointed conversations
  • Making references to school shootings and/or identifying with mass shooters

If you need to contact them, call 206-685-7233 or email at If you find yourself in an urgent or dangerous situation, call 911. 

Making a Report

Please click here to make a report on hazing concerns on Seattle’s campus