Student Support Resources
In the event of an emergency
Call Campus Safety at 503.768.7777.
Welfare Intervention Network
WIN is a dedicated team of Lewis & Clark professionals who collaboratively coordinate outreach efforts to help students, faculty, and staff who may be a potential health or safety risk to themselves or others. In a developing or non-emergent situation, submit as much information as possible in a report. This report will be forwarded to the appropriate team to review what is occurring and develop a plan to follow-up.
The following is a non-comprehensive list of the response teams that help to support students who are struggling.
When a student is…
- Emotionally distressed or having suicidal thoughts
After hours or if no answer, call Crisis Counseling Service at 503-265-7804.
- Posing a threat to others:
Campus Safety x7777
- Out of class for unknown reasons
- Physically ill
After hours consultation service: 1-800-607-5501
- Alleged to have violated the Academic Integrity Policy
- Possibly missing
- Struggling with alcohol or other drug
- Experiencing gender-based violence, such as sexual harassment or sexual assault:
For a confidential consultation, contact:
Sexual Assault Response Advocate (during work hours) 503-202-3119
Call to Safety (after hours) 503-235-5333
When a student needs:
- Advice about a leave of absence, permanent withdrawal, or transfer to another school
- Advice about being a student athlete
- Advice about finances
- Assistance and/or testing for a learning difference or disability
- To inform professors that they will be absent from class for a week or more due to sickness or family emergency
- Spiritual or religious support
- Help connecting socially or getting involved on campus
- Advice about strategies for addressing academic warning or probation
- Assistance for a physical disability, including short-term injury
- Information about how to get tutoring
- Career counseling or advice about internships
- To be cleared to register because their advisor is unavailable or on leave
- Information about graduate scholarships, national fellowships, and internships
- Information about multicultural and/or international issues
- To make a complaint about a grade or a faculty member
1st: Faculty member (if possible)
2nd: Department/Program Chair
- To make a complaint about discrimination or harassment, including that based on religion, race, disability, etc.
Updated July 2019