Werner University Center
Division of Student Affairs
WUC 203 | 503-838-8221 | wou.edu/student |
The Division of Student Affairs fosters students’ academic, personal, and professional growth. They aim to educate students to recognize, respect, and appreciate diversity, as well as prepare students to be responsible and engaged citizens in a global community. The Division of Student Affairs includes departments such as Abby’s House, Student Engagement, Disability Services, and many more.
Bias Incident Report Form:
Use this form to report an incident of bias if it is an act of conduct, speech, or expression that targets 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.
WUC 106 | 503-838-8219 | wou.edu/abbyshouse |
Abby’s House provides the WOU community with educational programming, information, and referral services designed to promote equity and non-violence. Abby’s House helps provide resources for issues such as sexual violence, relationship violence, sexual harassment, child abuse, stalking, stress, anxiety, depression, suicide women’s health, breast cancer, contraception, STD testing, substance abuse, eating disorders, and gender identity.
WUC 110 | 503-838-8219 | wou.edu/student-engagement/programs/stonewall-center |
The Stonewall Center provides resources, support, and advocacy for the LGBTQ+ community at WOU through compassionate, educational experience and an engaging community environment. The Stonewall Center is located on the first floor of the WUC and is equipped with comfortable couches, games, and people to get support from and talk to.
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Triangle Alliance is a student-run organization that aims to create a space for member and allies of the LGBTQ+ community to feel safe, welcome, and connected. It is a club on campus that acts as a social network focused on acceptance, equality, and education. Triangle Alliance’s meetings are once weekly and the day, time, and room used are varied by term.
Wolf Pride Network
The Wolf Pride Network is an LGBTQ+ organization for WOU faculty and staff to gather and build relationships with one another, provide presence and support to LGBTQ+ students, and create positive change on campus. We do this by having regular meetings and socials to build connections between faculty and staff members, promoting a welcoming community to new LGBTQ+ faculty and staff, advocating for positive change on campus to serve LGBTQ+ students, and participating in campus events.
Student Health and Counseling Center
| Health Center: 503-838-8313 | Counseling Center: 503-838-8396 | wou.edu/student/health |
The Student Health and Counseling Center provides support to students for medical and counseling needs, as well as provide health education, events, and prevention services. The Student Health and Counseling Center contains a Rest and Relaxation Room where students can make an appointment and enjoy a massage chair, therapy lighting, biofeedback equipment, or just a calming environment to listen to music and relax in.
Campus Public Safety
| Emergency: 503-838-9000 | Main Office: 503-838-8481 | wou.edu/safety |
Campus Public Safety is responsible for public safety, emergency preparedness, risk management, and parking enforcement. Campus Public Safety provides services such as emergency assistance and safety escorting.