Washington University has all gender restrooms throughout the Danforth and Medical Campuses.
These resources are intended to help groups and individuals across the medical campus learn more about matters related to diversity, equity and inclusion.
The Gender Equity and Title IX Compliance Office is committed to responding to gender and sex discrimination – including sexual harassment and sexual violence – in an effective and timely manner. We are equally committed to ensuring any individuals involved in these incidents will be treated fairly and respectfully.
Washington University is committed to supporting employees who choose to breastfeed or express milk during work hours. The university provides multiple locations and a reasonable amount of break time to accommodate employees who are nursing.
Work-Life Solutions, formerly known as Employee Assistance Program (EAP), offers free, confidential, 24/7 support, resources and information for every aspect of your life.
In order to affirm each person’s gender identity, life, and experience, it is important that we ask and check in with others about pronouns. This simple effort can make a profound difference in a trans* person’s experience of safety, respect, and support.
Washington University in St. Louis is committed to supporting diversity in all aspects of our community. The Supplier Diversity Department identifies and sustains opportunities for qualified diverse enterprises at the local, regional and national level.
To develop the most diverse pool of scholars and leaders of tomorrow, we are committed to creating possibilities for budding researchers, leaders, and innovators through scholarship and fellowships.
We are committed to maintaining an inclusive environment for all members of the Washington University community. Our policies support and protect diversity and inclusion at the university.