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Monday – Friday, *8am-5pm

*Beginning Sept. 26, 2022, the office will open at 9am*

Office: WUC 203 | Phone: 503-838-8221 | Email: studentaffairs@wou.edu

Mission Statement

The Division of Student Affairs fosters students’ academic, personal and professional growth, educates students to recognize, respect and appreciate diversity, and prepares students to be responsible and engaged citizens in a global community.

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Reporting Resources for the WOU Community

Use Bias Incident Form to report an incident of bias if it is an act of conduct, speech or expression that target an individual or group based on their actual or perceived race/color, religion, ethnicity, national origin, gender, gender identity/expression, age, disability, or sexual orientation. 

Use the Anonymous Report Form to report an incident of sexual assault, sexual harassment, domestic violence, interpersonal violence, stalking or any other form of sexual misconduct that happened to you or was reported to you by another person.

Use the Student of Concern Form for reporting any situation where you are concerned about a student relative to their mental state or well being; disruptive or inappropriate behaviors in the classroom or on campus; or any time you believe that a student poses a threat to themselves or others.

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Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs

Werner University Center, Room 203 | 503-838-8221 (Voice) | 503-838-8511 (Fax) | studentaffairs@wou.edu

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