Need Help Connecting to Resources?
COVID-19 Update: WashU Cares is open during business hours. Staff are triaging reports of concern and are available via Zoom or phone for appointments.
WashU Cares specializes is connecting students to mental, medical, financial and academic resources by using supportive case management. We seek to empower students to be successful through life’s challenges and have ownership of their own experiences. Our services are designed to support Danforth campus students. If you feel concerned about a student who may need help connecting to resources we accept referrals from all students, faculty, and staff. Please use the form below to file a report and a WashU Cares Case Manager will reach out to you to get more information about your concern.
Faculty, staff, parents and friends 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. Once a report is received a Care Manager will follow up with you and make a plan for next steps in order to best support the student.
Please note that student privacy is very important to us. We work under the laws of FERPA so we are often unable to provide detailed information about how the situation was resolved.
- To report a concern about a School of Medicine student, please contact Dr. Karen Winters.
- To report a concern about a WashU employee, please contact Human Resources.