Students, staff, faculty, parents and community members are encouraged to report complaints and concerns.
The following is a listing of appropriate reporting agencies for campus-related concerns.
|Topic of concern||Contact information|
|Crime, such as hate crimes, sexual assault, assault, drug use or sale, vandalism etc.||Call WSU Vancouver Public Safety at 911|
|Student-to-student related issues to violations of student conduct/community standards, assaults, sexual assaults, sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, harassment, bias-related incidents, discrimination, theft, etc.||In case of crime, contact 911. To report student conduct/community standards violations submit the webform or contact the Director for Student Development at 360-546-9530.|
|Computer abuse/misuse||Report to email@example.com|
|Third-party reports of sexual assault and hate/bias-related incidents||Contact the Director for Student Development at 360-546-9530.|
|Student complaints regarding staff or faculty with respect to discrimination, including sexual harassment||WSU Vancouver Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs or WSU Vancouver Human Resource Services, 360-546-9094|
|Student complaints regarding staff or faculty with respect to academic concerns.||WSU Vancouver Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs or the Ombudsman's Office in Pullman, 509-335-1195|
|Student-staff complaints regarding work issues or work environment.||Your immediate supervisor or WSU Vancouver Human Resource Services, 360-546-9094|
In addition to administrators, faculty, and supervisors the following university offices also are available to discuss any concerns or complaints, or to provide advice on utilizing university complaint procedures:
WSU Vancouver offices
- Counseling Services, Classroom Building, Room 160, 360-546-9238
- Director for Student Development, Student Services Center, 360-546-9530
WSU Pullman offices
- Office of Civil Rights Compliance and Investigation, French Administration Building, 509-335-8288
- Ombudsman's Office, Wilson-Short Hall, 509-335-1195
No individual shall be penalized or retaliated against in any way by a member of the university community for initiating or participation in a complaint procedure.