Depending on your situation, you may request additional support and/or leave from a variety of university resources. The below list can help you identify the appropriate resource for your needs.
If you are experiencing temporary complications or other medical conditions while pregnant:
You may be eligible for accommodations through your campus’s disability support services. The below offices provide accommodations and services to students with disabilities, psychological or medical conditions, or temporary injuries/conditions.
- Access Center (Pullman, Global, or Everett)
- Access Center (Vancouver)
- Access Services (Spokane)
- Disability Support Services (Tri-Cities)
If you are experiencing academic challenges due to typical pregnancy conditions, (e.g. morning sickness, doctor’s appointments, etc) or due to childcare needs:
Student affairs employees can help you navigate university policies and academic regulations. The below offices work with university and community partners , to advise students about services, resources, and options that support their success and provide guidance and assistance during times of challenge, crisis, complexity or emergency.
- Office of the Dean of Students (Pullman, Global, or Everett)
- Student Affairs and Enrollment (Vancouver)
- Student Affairs (Spokane)
- Division of Enrollment Management and Student Services (Tri-Cities)
If you are experiencing discrimination or harassment due to pregnancy or childcare needs:
You may file a report with the Office of Civil Rights Compliance and Investigation (CRCI). CRCI carefully reviews concerns involving discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct. CRCI conducts investigations and engages in alternative resolution processes, as needed. To file a complaint: