Washington State University Directory of Campus Services

Directory of Services

Access Center (509) 335-1566

The CAT Van is a service sponsored by ASWSU that provides accessible transportation for on-campus trips.  This service is available free of charge to students, faculty, and staff members with mobility challenges.  If you live off campus, Pullman Dial-A-Ride will provide you accessible transportation to and from campus.  Van Scheduler (509) 432-4875, Front Desk: (509) 335-3417 Access Center Washington Building, Room 217 PO Box 642322 Pullman, WA 99164-2322 http://accesscenter.wsu.edu/

Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse, Inc (509) 332-HELP (4357) OR (208) 883-HELP

http://community.palouse.net/atvp
ATVP is a private, non-profit organization that provides help for victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence, friends and non-offending family members, with a focus on prevention education and community outreach. Services are provided to Whitman and Latah county residents free of charge, confidentially and without discrimination. Services include 24-hour telephone or in-person crisis intervention; emergency, confidential shelter; legal and medical advocacy; individual and group support; information and referral; and community education. 24 hour crisis line. Collect crisis calls accepted

Bias Hotline (509) 332-2427 (BIAS)

The Bias Hotline allows members of the community to report bias related incidents. A WHITCOM dispatcher will ask and record a series of prompted questions to evaluate the incident, and will refer the information to the appropriate agency. All criminal offenses will be referred to law enforcement for immediate action. Callers may remain anonymous. If you witness or experience something that discriminates, stereotypes, excludes, or harasses anyone based on some part of their identity – such as race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or mental, physical, or sensory handicap, report it immediately.

Washington State University and Washington State University Police Department is committed to responding to and investigating all reported incidents of discrimination, harassment, hate, and bias. Please help STOP discrimination, harassment, hate, and bias.

Cougar Security Escort Service (509) 335-8548

Tuesday – Saturday, 9:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. 

Crisis Line (509) 334-1133

Toll Free 1-866-871-6385 TDD/TTY 1-800-833-6388 24- Hour Crisis Intervention is available by calling the phone numbers above. If you are in crisis and need help, please call Crisis Line.

Dial-a-Ride (509) 332-5471

http://www.pullmantransit.com/DrawOnePage.aspx?PageID=12 Elderly or Disabled Transportation Service.

Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center (509)335-6388

http://www.thecenter.wsu.edu/ Smith Gym 303

Housing Services (509) 335-7732

http://www.livingat.wsu.edu/hdrl/ Streit-Perham Suite

Human Resource Services (509) 335-4521

http://hrs.wsu.edu/ 134 French Administration Building

Multicultural Student Services (509) 335-7852

http://www.mss.wsu.edu/ 190 Lighty Student Services Building

Office for Equal Opportunity

http://oeo.wsu.edu
509-335-8288 The WSU Office for Equal Opportunity (OEO) serves as the central intake office for complaints of discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual miscounduct from students, employees, faculty, and others associated with the university.  This office works closely with the WSU Office of Student Conduct (OSC) on student conduct cases involving discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct.   For matters involving employees, OEO works closely with Human Resource Services (HRS). OEO conducts preliminary investigations, makes findings of fact, dertermines whether WSU Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct (Executive Policy 15) was violated, and makes recommendations to OSC or HRS about further disciplinary actions.

Ombudsman (509) 335-1195

http://www.wsu.edu/~ombuds/ 2 Wilson Hall

Poison Control Center 1-800-222-1222

TDD/TTY 1-800-222-1222 The American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC) has launched a nationwide number for access to the 62 US poison control centers. The number, 1-800-222-1222, is routed to the local poison center serving the caller, based on the area code and exchange of the caller. The number is functional 24-hours a day in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the US Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. In the event of a poisoning emergency, call 1-800-222-1222 immediately.

Pullman Transit (509) 332-6535

http://www.pullmantransit.com/ Local Pullman Bus Service

Residence Life (509) 335-2611

http://www.livingat.wsu.edu/hdrl/ Streit-Perham Suite

Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Task Force (509) 335-4511

www.sexualassault.wsu.edu The Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Task Force is a consortium of multi-disciplinary groups working collaboratively to support the University’s strategic goals of fostering a positive environment for academic excellence. It was established to collect information on sexual misconduct and advise the university on how best to address the wide scope of related climate issues through education, prevention, services to victims, and policy formation.

Student Health and Wellness Services (509) 335-3575

http://www.hws.wsu.edu/ WSU Health and Wellness Services provides health care to students, including treatment for acute and chronic illness, injuries, accidents, women’s health, contraception, STDs, eating disorders, pregnancy tests, allergy shots, immunizations, wart treatments, counseling, and information on health and preventive care. The staff of MDs, RNs, and nurse clinicians sees patients by appointment, with urgent care for emergencies available as well. WSU Student Health and Wellness Services is located in the Washington Building, 1125 NE Washington Street, which is located on the south end of campus across the street from the Stephenson Complex. A registered nurse is available by telephone 24-hours a day to provide accurate information and appropriate recommendations for students who call with questions. After hours, calls are directed to call a local number to speak with a nurse at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. This toll-free service is available to students anytime the clinic is closed. Appointments can be made by calling Monday thru Friday 9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.

Waller Hall Escort Service (509) 335-3910

Sun.-Sat., dusk to midnight

Wheatland Express (509) 334-2200

http://www.wheatlandexpress.com/ Moscow/Pullman Bus Service

Women’s Resource Center (509) 335-6830

8 Wilson Hall http://www.women.wsu.edu/ Provides crisis intervention, referral, and support for individuals who need assistance in resolving personal situations. The Sexual Assault Prevention Resource Guide is prepared and distributed by the Woman’s Resource Center.

Women’s Transit (509) 335-6830

http://www.women.wsu.edu/Transit/ Provides a safe, free transportation alternative for women who would otherwise walk alone after dark. Sun.-Thurs., 6:00 p.m. to midnight; Fri.-Sat., 6:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m. Regular school year only.

WSU Counseling Services (509) 335-4511

280 Lighty Student Services. http://www.counsel.wsu.edu/ The Counseling Center is open 8:00 am-5:00 pm, Mon.-Fri. After hours or on weekends, call Crisis Line at 335-2159. Counseling Services provides 24-hour one-on-one counseling and a variety of support groups.