Keeping Washington and Lee students, employees and visitors secure and safe is our primary concern. We take this issue seriously. To accomplish this requires not just the efforts of members of the Public Safety Department, but the cooperation, understanding and support of every member of our community. We cannot maintain a safe environment alone. We need your help by doing everything you can to assist us with safety and security issues.
The office of the University Registrar supports the University's mission to provide "a liberal arts education that develops students' capacity to think freely, critically, and humanely and to conduct themselves with honor, integrity, and civility. Graduates will be prepared for life-long learning, personal achievement, responsible leadership, service to others, and engaged citizenship in a global and diverse society."
There are many different student uses for your University Card in a variety of locations.
It is the policy of the Washington and Lee University and its School of Law to provide equal access to educational opportunities to qualified students with physical or mental disabilities, in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
At Washington and Lee University, most students will get to know the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students and staff within the Office of Student Affairs. The office provides leadership to departments within the Division of Student Affairs and works with all aspects of student life, both inside and outside the classroom. Additionally, staff in the office handle general questions regarding University policies and procedures. The deans also serve as entry points and a clearinghouse for student concerns and resources, maintain disciplinary and other non-academic records, and serve as liaisons with the local community.
A hallmark of the University is the close interaction between students and faculty both in and outside the classroom. This relationship forms the foundation for your academic success. You should make sure to talk with your adviser about academic aspirations, questions and concerns. You should also go talk to your professors when you have questions in a course you are taking. In addition to the faculty, there are many other administrators, staff, peers, and resource programs that are here to support you in your academic progress. Washington and Lee Undergraduate College, Williams School and Student Affairs deans serve as support resources for students both in and beyond the classroom.
Washington and Lee University is committed to the development of the whole person, therefore a highly trained and experienced counseling staff is available to help students with a variety of difficulties that might impact not only a student's academic work, but overall sense of well-being.
Campus Mail Services is located in the Early Fielding Building. The physical address is 204 W. Washington Street, Lexington, VA 24450-2116.
The Career Development Center complements the educational experience of students by providing the guidance and resources needed to develop and implement their academic and career plans. We provide a supportive environment encouraging individual responsibility, creativity, open-mindedness, and integrity. Our comprehensive services emphasize collaborative relationships with employers, alumni, faculty, peer institutions and the Washington and Lee University community.
Dining Services invites you to experience a variety of campus food service selections and locations. Whether it be full service dining, meals on the run, or a special catered event, Dining Services has the solution. We offer a variety of meal plan options to accommodate the various dining needs of our students, faculty and staff. Our department is committed to serving nutritious meals and offering a high standard of service to the campus community.