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Non-Departmental Support Resources

Reporting Incidents:

Report a Bias:

Report a Accident or Injury:

To file a formal complaint contact the University Complaint and Resolution Office:

To Report a Crime:

Sexual Assault: 

The Ombudsman Office is a safe place to resolve interpersonal conflict between students, staff and faculty:

If a student has violated the student code of conduct:

If your supervisor has not effectively resolved a complaint, employees can contact their HR Consultant:

If a person has concerns or inquiries regarding the ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act: 

If a person wants to file a formal complaint regarding gender-based discrimination, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, stalking or other forms of sexual misconduct:

If you have experienced inappropriate behavior from a student, staff or faculty member, verbal or online threats, neglect or abuse of a minor, and/or sexual assault, harassment, stalking or relationship violence contact Safe Campus:

Reporting anti-Asian (and other) harassment and hate crimes (greater Seattle-area) resources:

Race & Equity:


The Center for Communication, Difference, and Equality (CCDE) strives to be a space where our community of students, faculty, staff, and alumni gather to promote greater equity. Through research collaborations, networking opportunities, action-oriented classes, mentorship programs, and community events we engage in dialogue to think critically about race and its intersections, to interrupt privilege, and ultimately to change the structures of power around us: 

Race and Equity Initiative challenges  all of us — students, faculty, staff and university leadership — to take personal responsibility for addressing our own biases and improving our university culture: 

Recommended Reads for Equity:

Resisting Racism:

Honoring the Land & Local Native American Tribes: 

Honoring Land:

Honoring Land 

Native Life & Tribal Relations: 


Gender-Neutral bathrooms at UW:

Using Personal Pronouns:  

Where Can My Pronouns be Displayed:

LGBTQ civil rights organizations in Seattle (timeline in History Project):

Q Center:

Women & Gender Equality:

Department of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies: 

Lactation Stations:

Support for Pregnant Students or Employees:

Title IX, Title VII, The Violence Against Women Act, Washington State law, and University of Washington policy collectively prohibit discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender expression, pregnant or parenting status, and LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer) identity. Includes: help if you are a victim of sexual assault/harassment/misconduct, stalking or domestic violence, Know Your Rights Guide, Title IX FAQ, and Reporting: 

Violence Prevention & Gender Equality:

Alene Moris Women’s Center: 

Safety Resources 


To Report a Crime:

Sexual Assault: 


To Report an Emergency: Dial 911

Report a Accident or Injury:


Health and Wellness Resources:

Medical and Mental Health for student body (covered by ASE GAIP insurance):

Suicide Prevention:

UW Counseling Center:


Bicycle Safety: 

Love your stuff - Electronic and Bike registration: 


Husky Nightwalk - between 6:30pm to 2am uniformed security guards provide a walking escort to community members within the campus locations and the residential area north of 45th St., and to the UW Tower location: 

Nightride Shuttle: 

Safe Zone app provides emergency alerts, first-aid alerts, and emergency call to connect you to campus security: 

Title IX Safety and Protocol: 

UW Alerts keeps the campus community informed during emergencies and situations that might disrupt normal operations.: 

UW Safe Campus: