Concerns may include: questions about hazing and what constitutes hazing, thinking you may be hazed or treated unfairly by a group with which you are involved, wondering whether what is expected of you is appropriate or inappropriate.
The WCU Ombudsperson serves our students as a private, neutral and informal resource. Students are encouraged to utilize the Student Ombuds Office for assistance with issues and concerns related to their student experience at WCU.
Fraternity and Sorority Life works with fraternities and sororities, which are values-based organizations that promote friendship, leadership, scholarship, and service. With 34 fraternities and sororities across 4 councils, Fraternity and Sorority Life provides a unique opportunity for students to be a part of campus tradition that will last a lifetime.
The Office of Student Conduct supports the educational environment by upholding community standards, fostering personal development, and assisting students in evaluating decisions to promote learning and social responsibility.