On February 22, 2017, the federal administration withdrew previous guidelines which supported the rights of transgender students to use facilities that aligned with their gender identity.  While this may have an impact at other educational institutes, WSU remains committed to supporting the rights of its students to participate in the programs and facilities which align with their gender identity.  WSU also prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or sex and/or gender (Executive Policy 15).  Resources and support options are available to all students.  To learn more about resources and support options, visit:

o   Resources and Support Options

o   Trans* Student Resources

o   Frequently Asked Questions

  • Office for Equal Opportunity (OEO):  OEO is the central intake office for complaints relating to discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct.  Reach us at:  French Administration Building, Room 225, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., 509-335-8288, oeo@wsu.edu.

o   Reporting a Concern

o   WSU’s Executive Policy 15: Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct

o   Investigative Procedures

o   Resources and Support Options

  • Campus specific resources are also available for students with academic or medical concerns, and for students who are interested in getting involved.  For campus specific resources, visit the following:

o   Everett Resources

o   Global Campus Resources

o   Pullman Resources

o   Spokane Resources

o   Tri-Cities Resources

o   Vancouver Resources