Support for Students of Concern
IMPORTANT: WashU Cares strongly encourages all students to take steps to protect themselves from illness. In an effort to protect students and staff, WashU Cares will continue supporting students virtually during this time (Zoom or phone call). Feel free to contact Laura Sandoval-Sweeney to schedule a meeting.
If you are feeling anxiety or stress related to the coronavirus, know that there are resources and services (PDF) to help you manage your concerns. Visit WashU’s Coronoavirus (COVID-19) resource for updated information about the University’s response to COVID-19.
WashU Cares assists the university in handling situations involving the safety and well-being of Danforth Campus students. As such, WashU Cares is committed to fostering student success and campus safety through a proactive, collaborative and systematic approach to the identification, intervention and support of students of concern while empowering all university community members to create a culture of caring.
- To report a concern about a School of Medicine student, please contact Lisa Moscoso.
- To report a concern about a WashU employee, please contact Human Resources.
Faculty, staff, parents and other students are often the first to notice concerning behavior. If you are concerned about the physical or mental well-being of a student, please review the resources provided and consider filing a WashU Cares report.
Please note that student privacy is very important to us, so we are often unable to provide detailed information about how the situation was resolved.