On-Campus Student Resources

Mental Health

Getting an undergraduate or graduate degree is stressful; a journey with many ups and downs. You can always come and talk with Becca about your struggles, but if you seek help from elsewhere, here are some campus resources:


positive Educational and work environment

Everyone deserves to work and learn in an environment that is free of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation; and the University of Washington has an explicit policy in place (Executive Order 31) focused on promoting such an environment: “The University of Washington, as an institution established and maintained by the people of the state, is committed to providing equality of opportunity and an environment that fosters respect for all members of the University community.” University policies prohibiting discrimination and harassment apply to supervisors and managers, all co-workers, faculty and other academic personnel, student employees, students, and third parties, such as clients, vendors, contractors, patients, donors, volunteers, and other members of the public. University policies can apply in off-campus circumstances if those circumstances involve work colleagues or affect work outcomes.

If you, or someone you know, are impacted by discrimination or harassment, the University has resources to help you take action.

If you are interested in getting bystander training to identify and interrupt instances of interpersonal violence, you can participate in UW's Green Dot program.