Wolves Respect Each Other
Wolves Do Something
At Walla Walla University, we respect others in our university community based on our core theme of generosity in service. And as member of this community, you have the right to be treated with respect at all times. We encourage you to help foster a culture of respect on campus. As the students in the video say: To be a Wolf is to treat women with respect—To treat yourself with respect—To treat everyone with respect. If you haven't seen the Wolves Do Something video we recommend you watch it and share it with others.
When you see something happening that you know is wrong, you probably recognize it, but may not be sure what to do. We can help you with that.
- A classmate makes a racist joke
- Your roommates set up a line of shots
- Your friend hits on a drunk woman
- A teammate can’t seem to get out of bed in the morning or a friend seems suddenly distant and withdrawn.
All of these situations–and many others like them—are opportunities for you to step in and help. You have the opportunity to say something. You have the opportunity to do something.
Find more information on types of abuse, resources available, and getting help now in our sexual misconduct and discrimination policy. You can also learn more about the nation-wide It's On Us campaign and WWU's involvement in this news article.