The Campus2Home shuttle is available 7 days a week to provide a safe ride home from WashU’s Danforth Campus to off-campus residences within specified boundaries. This service is available daily during designated hours to all members of the WashU community.
For issues concerning students’ physical and mental health.
Available Monday through Friday, “Let’s Talk” is a program that provides students with easy access to free, brief confidential consultations with counselors from Mental Health Services.
MHS is committed to providing a safe, inclusive and affirming community of care for all students. Our interdisciplinary team fosters personal, emotional and academic well-being by offering comprehensive therapeutic services, outreach and prevention programs.
The RSVP Center operates from a public health model and utilizes trauma informed practices, response and prevention education to address relationship and sexual violence. 24-hour services are available for individuals in immediate need of assistance, such as hospital care, reporting an assault to police or emergency housing accommodations.
The Gender Equity and Title IX Compliance Office is committed to responding to discrimination – including sexual harassment and sexual violence – in an effective, timely and transparent manner. We are equally committed to ensuring any individuals involved in these incidents will be treated as respectfully and fairly as possible.
- On-demand medical care
- Appointment-based medical care
- On-demand mental health support (TalkNow)
- Appointment-based mental health counseling
- Psychiatric support
- Health coaching
For emergencies on campus, call 314-935-5555 or 911.
The WASHU Safe App is FREE and offers updated features to address and promote student, faculty and staff safety on campus, including important safety alerts and access to campus safety resources. The ‘Friend Walk’ and ‘Mobile Blue Light’ are great features in this new app, which is available in the the Apple or Android App stores.
Faculty, staff, parents and friends are often the first to notice concerning behavior. If you are concerned about the physical or mental well-being of a student, please review the resources provided and consider filing a WashU Cares report. Once a report is received a Care Manager will follow up with you and make a plan for next steps in order to best support the student.