Professional Staff Organization

Know Your Rights

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FOR PROFESSIONAL STAFF 

The University of Washington has designated offices responsible for responding to, investigating, and resolving complaints:

 

Title IX Coordinator
Title IX protects people’s access to educational programs from discrimination based on sex. Sexual harassment can be a form of discrimination prohibited by Title IX.  Amanda Paye, Office of Risk Management, 22 Gerberding Hall
PH: 206.221.7932  apaye@uw.edu

 

University Complaint Investigation Resolution Office
For complaints concerning the behavior of University employees, including student employees
PH: 206.616.2028  https://compliance.uw.edu/UCIRO

 

Director, Community Standards and Student Conduct
For complaints involving students
PH: 206.685.6194  depts.washington.edu/cssc/

 

Safe Campus
Report concerns regarding personal and workplace safety
PH: 206.685.SAFE (7233)   www.washington.edu/safecampus

 

Health and Wellness
Consultation, assessment, and intervention services to assist students in times of need
PH: 206.543.6085  livewell.uw.edu

 

Campus Human Resources
For complaints involving employees, including student employees
PH: 206.543.2354   http://hr.uw.edu/policies/complaint-resolution/
 

Harborview Medical Center (HMC) Human Resources
For complaints involving HMC employees, including student employees
PH: 206.744.9220

 

UW Medical Center (UWMC) Human Resources
For complaints involving UWMC employees, including student employees
PH: 206.598.6116

 

Academic Human Resources
For complaints involving faculty, librarians and academic staff
PH: 206.543.5630

 

Intercollegiate Athletics
For complaints involving student athletes, coaches, or Athletics staff
PH: 206.543.2279

 

University of Washington Police Department (UWPD) and UWPD Victim Advocate
PH: 206.685.UWPD (8973) or 911 for emergencies www.washington.edu/admin/police