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University Partners

The Hearing Office works closely with University process partners on student conduct. Here is some information about those partners and how you can reach them.

Student Conduct Offices

There are several offices across the University’s three campuses that support students, faculty, and staff with academic and behavioral misconduct issues. These offices can also provide referrals to resources as appropriate.

University of Washington – Bothell, Student Conduct Office: The Student Conduct Office in the Division of Student Affairs works with those involved in the conduct process on the University’s Bothell campus.

Community Standards & Student Conduct (CSSC): CSSC works with students involved in the conduct process on the University’s Seattle campus.

University of Washington – Tacoma, Student Conduct Office: The Office of Student Conduct & Academic Integrity in Tacoma assists with matters on the University’s Tacoma campus.

Civil Rights Investigation Office

The Civil Rights Investigation Office is responsible for investigating complaints that a University student engaged in conduct that violates any of the sexual misconduct provisions of the Student Conduct Code, including sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation, indecent exposure, relationship violence, stalking, and domestic violence. Visit the Civil Rights Investigation Office website for more information.

Review Coordinator

If a party wishes to appeal an initial order, they can submit a request for administrative review to the University’s Review Coordinator. Visit the Student Conduct office’s website for more information.


SafeCampus is the University of Washington’s violence-prevention and response program. SafeCampus supports students, staff, faculty, and community members in preventing violence. Their specialists will listen and provide individualized safety plans tailored to each unique situation and connect you with additional resources when needed. SafeCamps can also be reached by calling (206) 685-7233. Visit the SafeCampus website for more information.

Respondent Resource

The University provides staff to work directly with respondents in the student conduct process. A respondent resource may have already contacted you. See the Respondent Guide to Hearing Preparation for more information.

Complainant Resource

The University has staff and programs across its campuses that will work with and support complainants. You may already be working with a confidential advocate. Visit the Complainant Guide to Hearing Preparation for more information.