Policies and Resources
Tuition Fee Waiver
Read the WSU policy about tuition fee waivers for eligible employees.
- Tuition Waivers – Fall and Spring, BPPM 60.70
Form: Tuition Fee Waiver Request
- Summer Educational Benefits, BPPM 60.73
Form: Summer Education Benefit Request
Staffing Agency Resources
Reference Guide for Personnel and Student Concerns
Employing Departments I-9 Requirement Reminders
- Lactation Rooms (all campuses)
- Lactation Guidelines
- Women’s Resource Center Lavender Lounge and Lactation Space
- HRS Lactation Room
Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Resources
- Incidents of workplace discrimination or sexual harassment should be reported to Compliance and Civil Rights (CCR).
- WSU’s policy against can be found here.
Policy: Policy Prohibiting Discrimination and Harassment (EP #15)
- View the Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Prevention Page to learn more and to take the training.
- The Federal laws prohibiting job discrimination are listed and described at the page below.
Website: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
- The Human Rights Commission can investigate complaints of alleged discrimination in employment, housing & real estate, places of public accommodation, credit & insurance, and retaliation:
Website: Washington Human Rights Commission
- The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in employment, transportation, public accommodation, communications, and governmental activities. The ADA also establishes requirements for telecommunications relay services.
Website: U.S. Department of Labor
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Information
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse Policy, Executive Policy #20: WSU policy on the permitted use and enforcement of alcohol laws and statutes on all WSU properties statewide.
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse Managers Guideline: Guidelines for dealing with alcohol and drug abuse in the workplace.
- WSU summary of ethics law and policy: WSU Ethics Policy
- WSU internal body dedicated to assist the members of the WSU community in the proper discharge of their responsibilities: Ethics and WSU Internal Audit Office
- The Washington State body dedicated to assist the members of the State community in the proper discharge of their responsibilities: Executive Ethics Board (EEB)
- Revised Code of Washington (RCW) on ethics in public service: RCW 42.52 – Ethics in Public Service
- The State Auditor’s Office independently serves the citizens of Washington by promoting accountability, fiscal integrity and openness in stateand local government: State Auditor’s Office (SAO)
Workplace Concerns Resolution Process
- The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is offered as part of WSU’s employee benefit package. It is a free and confidential service to assist in identifying, managing, and resolving personal and work-related issues that may affect job performance or quality of life issues.
- The Office of the University Ombudsman is designated by the university to function as an impartial and neutral resource to assist all members of the university community, and to protect the interests, rights, and privileges of students, staff, and faculty at all levels of university operations.
- Civil Service/Classified Staff, Administrative Professional, and Non-student hourly employees at WSU can go through the Workplace Concerns Resolution Process to obtain a review and resolution of their workplace concerns which are not provided for by other complaint processes (Sexual Harassment, Discrimination, OSHA violations, and Workplace Violence)