WSU Student Affairs compiled information regarding the current state of the DACA program, as well as financial, legal, and community resources for those affected by changes in the program. For more information, visit the DACA Information Website.
Resources – Pullman, WA
The list below includes confidential and non-confidential resources at WSU and in the Pullman community. In addition, printer-friendly resource flyers in PDF format are available at the following links:
In most instances, service providers from the following resources can speak with you confidentially about your concerns:
WSU Cougar Health Services offers a range of health services for students on campus, including confidential and private Counseling and Psychological Services, Health Promotion, Medical Clinic, Pharmacy, and Vision Clinic. Washington Building, 509-335-3575 (M-F, 8-4), 509-335-3575 (after hours).
Mental health crisis line. 1-866-871-6385. To learn more about the mental health crisis line visit Washington Healthcare Authority.
WSU EAP provides confidential and private counseling to WSU employees and can provide information about referrals and service provider options in the local community. 1-877-313-4455.
ATVP provides supportive services to all victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault/abuse, and stalking. Among the many supportive services offered (shelter, crisis intervention, support group, etc…), ATVP’s legal advocates can help you assess safety needs and help you obtain protective orders. Services are confidential, free of charge and offered without discrimination. The hotline is available 24 hours a day. ATVP also houses the Whitman County Crime Victim Service Center, which offers many of these services to all victims of crime. 509-332-4357 or 1-877-334-2887.
Pullman Regional Hospital’s Emergency Department is open 24 hours, providing confidential care. Pullman Regional Hospital can offer care for victims of sexual assault, and can offer prophylaxis treatment and education. The Social Services department can provide emotional support and counseling and help people learn about their options and additional community resources. 509-332-2541.
Information about free and low-cost health care options.
BetterHelp is a counseling service available to students who have WSU’s graduate or international student health insurance. Professionally licensed counselors are available via ongoing text communications, live chat, phone, video, or groupinars.
These offices share information only on a need-to-know basis but cannot guarantee confidentiality. Unless designated as a confidential resource, WSU employees are required to report incidents of sexual harassment and misconduct to OEO or the WSU Title IX Coordinator.
DOS can assist you in coordinating resources and support, such as making changes in classes or your schedule. This office also can help your resolve housing issues, notify faculty if you will be leaving campus for a short time, and assist you with other challenges you may encounter. This office also has Student Conduct Advisors available to help students understand the conduct process, resources, and their options. French 134, 509-335-5757.
OEO works closely with OSC on student matters or HRS on employee matters involving discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual misconduct. OEO conducts investigations, makes findings of fact, determines whether the WSU Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct (Executive Policy 15) was violated. OEO also provides trainings about discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct. Interpretive services available. French 225, 509-335-8288.
CCS administers the student conduct system and addresses potential violations of the WSU Standards of Conduct for Students. CCS participates in investigative meetings with OEO and addresses any disciplinary action, as appropriate, after the investigation is complete. French Ad 130, 509-335-4532.
HRS is a full service office designed to assist individuals with their employment needs. HRS occasionally works with OEO when matters that implicate EP 15 may also implicate policies within the purview of HRS. HRS may also work with supervisors to address any disciplinary action, as appropriate, after the preliminary investigation is complete. 509-335-4521.
The Ombudsman is designated by the university to function as an impartial and neutral resource to assist all members of the university community. The ombudsman provides information relating to university policies and procedures and facilitates the resolution of problems and grievances through informal investigation and mediation. The office does not replace or supersede other university grievances, complaint, or appeal procedures. 509-335-1195.
The Access Center provides accommodations and services to incoming and current WSU students with disabilities, psychological or medical conditions, or temporary injuries that limit their access to the educational environment. 509-335-3417.
The WSU SVC is a place to meet fellow veteran students, relax between classes, use the ample table space for study groups, take advantage of student computers and printers, learn about VA education benefits and University resources, employment and involvement opportunities, and attend various workshops. Located within the SVC, the Office of Veterans Affairs can answer questions concerning VA education benefits, while serving as a liaison to other university offices, schools, the VA, and the military services. The transition from military service to higher education can be challenging. The SVC and Office of Veteran Affairs can provide you with the support to help you reach your goals. 509-335-1234.
The mission of the Women’s Center is to engage with the multi-dimensional experiences of women students, to challenge patterns of injustice for people of all genders, and to provide a welcoming and inclusive space. The resources we offer range from food assistance to activity space to skill building for leadership development. Many of our resources are student-driven and community-supported, and we see them as an integral part of a seamless learning and living environment.
GIESORC promotes education, empowerment, and engagement for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and ally constituents across the Washington State University system. GIESORC also provides resources, education, advocacy, and training to students and employees. Information regarding names changes, gender neutral bathrooms, and health insurance is also available on their website. 509-335-8841.
The Division of Student Affairs seeks to assist students throughout their educational journey at WSU and beyond. Their web page lists various resources to help students lead successful and productive lives.
Cougar Success aims to help students navigate and take advantage of all the opportunities and resources available at WSU.
Law enforcement for on-campus incidents. 509-335-8548.
Law enforcement for all off-campus incidents. 509-334-0802.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 911
CLEAR is Washington state’s publicly funded legal aid program. CLEAR provides free legal assistance and representation to those who qualify on the basis of income. You can also visit the CLEAR website for legal education materials and tools. 1-888-201-1012.
All documents are available in alternate accessible formats upon request.
If you or someone you know has experienced discrimination, sexual harassment, or sexual misconduct, there are organizations available to help you. Please see the below resource lists for your community to access information on university offices, legal advocacy, medical services, mental health services, and law enforcement.
- Pullman Resources Page
- Tri-Cities Resources Page
- Spokane Resources Page
- Vancouver Resources Page
- Everett Resources Page
- Global Campus Page
- Yakima Resources Page
The federal government has also compiled helpful resources for victims of sexual assault.
WSU is committed to ensuring that all of its web content is accessible to all web users. To do so, WSU strives to meet Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 AA, which specify how to make content accessible for people with disabilities as well as for all users across platforms. WCAG 2.0 AA guidelines are published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the main international standards organization for the Internet.
REPORT A WEB ACCESSIBILITY ISSUE
If you are having trouble accessing content on a WSU website, please provide us with information about your concern. We will work to address the issue as quickly as possible. To report a concern, please visit Web Accessibility Complaint
If you would like to file a formal discrimination complaint regarding web accessibility, you may do so at File an Accessibility Complaint