Provides victims of sexual violence with important online resources that reflect the UW’s commitment to preventing and responding to sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual harassment.
Advocates provide a free, confidential place to seek support, information, and assistance for people who have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, and other forms of sexual misconduct. Speaking to an advocate will not compel an individual to make a report or to participate in an investigation or conduct process.
SafeCampus is staffed 24 hours, 7 days a week and works with UW partners to assess and respond to personal and workplace safety concerns. In addition, SafeCampus has been designated as the office for employees to contact if they become aware that someone in our University community has experienced sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, sexual harassment, or other forms of sexual misconduct.
Seattle: (206) 685-SAFE (7233)
Bothell: (425) 352-SAFE (7233)
Tacoma: (253) 692-SAFE (7233)
If you feel overwhelmed or are having trouble dealing with problems on your own, seeking counseling might be a good option for you. Campus-based and community resources are available to students and employees.
The Associate Dean for Postdoctoral and Student Affairs provides assistance and support for post docs and graduate students on all three UW campuses.
Offers a collaborative and confidential place to discuss University-related challenges. The Ombuds will not conduct investigations but can help assess complaint resolution options and navigate University resources.
Provide information and assistance to individuals who wish to raise a complaint or have concerns or questions regarding Title IX at the University of Washington.
Human Resources can assist staff with complaints and/or conflict resolution. A number of individuals and offices are available and employees may choose whichever option they are most comfortable with.