If a student poses an immediate threat to self or others, call 911.
During normal business hours
Come in to Counseling and Psychological Services (view current hours and location) or call 509-335-4511.
WSU 24-Hour Crisis Line
Call 509-335-2159 for evening and weekend crisis services.
Pullman 24-Hour Crisis Line
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
WSU Employee Assistance Program
If you are concerned about a student
Are you concerned about the mental wellbeing of a student? If a student poses an immediate threat to self or others, call 911. To discuss your concern about a WSU student with a psychological counselor, anyone can call WSU Counseling Services at 509-335-4511.
The AWARE Network is a resource for faculty, TAs, and others who are concerned about a student’s well-being, behavior, or health. If you are worried about a student’s academic performance, or behavior in or out of class, you may send an AWARE Network report at http://aware.wsu.edu. You may also contact the Dean of Students directly at 509-335-5757.
A list of WSU and outside resources, including 24-hour crisis lines, can be found in the Resources section of this website.