1. DISABILITY RESOURCES

    If the student has a disability that requires an accommodation, please speak with the instructor and consult the Disability Resource Center (https://students.wustl.edu/disability-resources/). Staff will determine appropriate accommodations and will work with the instructor to make sure these are available.

  2. WRITING ASSISTANCE

    For additional help on writing, consult the expert staff of The Writing Center (writingcenter.wustl.edu) in Olin Library (first floor). It can be enormously helpful to ask someone outside a course to read essays and to provide feedback on strength of argument, clarity, organization, etc.

  3. THE UNIVERSITY’S PREFERRED NAME POLICY FOR STUDENTS

    This policy along with additional resources and information, may be found here: wustl.edu/student-records/ssn-name-changes/preferred-name-policy/preferred-name-policy-student/.

  4. ACCOMMODATIONS BASED UPON SEXUAL ASSAULT

    The University is committed to offering reasonable academic accommodations to students who are victims of sexual assault.  Students are eligible for accommodation regardless of whether they seek criminal or disciplinary action.  Depending on the specific nature of the allegation, such measures may include but are not limited to: implementation of a no-contact order, course/classroom assignment changes, and other academic support services and accommodations.  If the student needs to request such accommodations, please direct requests to Kim Webb (kim_webb@wustl.edu), Director of the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center.  Ms. Webb is a confidential resource; however, requests for accommodations will be shared with the appropriate University administration and faculty.  The University will maintain as confidential any accommodations or protective measures provided to an individual student so long as it does not impair the ability to provide such measures.If a student comes to me to discuss or disclose an instance of sexual assault, sex discrimination, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking, or if I otherwise observe or become aware of such an allegation, I will keep the information as private as I can, but as a faculty member of Washington University, I am required to immediately report it to my Department Chair or Director or directly to Ms. Jessica Kennedy, the University’s Title IX Coordinator.  If a student would like to speak with the Title IX Coordinator directly, Ms. Kennedy can be reached at (314) 935-3118, jwkennedy@wustl.edu, or by visiting her office in Umrath Hall Room 001.  Additionally, students can report incidents or complaints to Sheryl Mauricio, Associate Dean of Student Conduct and, or by contacting WUPD at (314) 935-5555or the local law enforcement agency.Students can also speak confidentially and learn more about available resources at the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center by calling (314) 935-8761 or visiting the 4th floor of Seigle Hall.

  5. BIAS REPORTING

    The University has a process through which students, faculty, staff and community members who have experienced or witnessed incidents of bias, prejudice or discrimination against a student can report their experiences to the University’s Bias Report and Support System (BRSS) team.  See:  wustl.edu Other resources can be found with the Center for Diversity and Inclusion. diversityinclusion.wustl.edu/

  6. MENTAL HEALTH

    Mental Health Services’ professional staff members work with students to resolve personal and interpersonal difficulties, many of which can affect the academic experience. These include conflicts with or worry about friends or family, concerns about eating or drinking patterns, and feelings of anxiety and depression.  See:  wustl.edu/MentalHealth. Let’s Talk is also available to all Sam Fox students. Let’s Talk is an informal, no appointment necessary, opportunity to meet privately with a licensed therapist. Interested students can visit the therapist in Bixby Hall, Room 1, on Monday’s from 11:15 am-12:45 pm.

  7. CENTER FOR DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION (CDI)

    The Center of Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) supports and advocates for undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students from underrepresented and/or marginalized populations, creates collaborative partnerships with campus and community partners, and promotes dialogue and social change.  One of the CDI’s strategic priorities is to cultivate and foster a supportive campus climate for students of all backgrounds, cultures and identities. See: wustl.edu/

  8. CAMPUS SAFETY

    For emergencies on campus, call 935-5555 or 911. The University reminds the community that walking escorts are available on the Danforth Campus from 8p to 2a by calling 935-5555. The University also offers the Campus2Home shuttle from 7p to 4a, which provides a safe ride home from the Danforth Campus for those living in designated areas off campus. For more information on Campus2Home, call 935-5601 or visit http://parking.wustl.edu/items/campus2home.

  9. FACULTY STUDENT MEDIATOR

    If a member of our academic community feels the ethical and safe environment of the classroom has been compromised, for whatever reason, they may seek guidance through the Sam Fox School’s Faculty Student Mediator Professor Jeff Pike jpike@wustl.edu

  10. GRIEVANCE POLICY AND PROCEDURES

    Washington University is committed to assuring that appropriate options are available to students with grievances against faculty members, including grievances involving discrimination and/or discriminatory harassment. https://wustl.edu/about/compliance-policies/governance/grievance-policy-allegations-undergraduate-students-against-faculty/