Warren Wilson College publishes a Student Handbook each year to help students understand how the College is structured and to inform them of what is expected of them as members of the College community. The Student Handbook provides information about the organization of the College and campus policy. This Handbook should be used in tandem with the Warren Wilson College Catalog. Both publications should be read carefully; students are responsible for knowing and understanding its content.
Be advised that the provisions of this Handbook are not to be regarded as an irrevocable contract between the student and Warren Wilson College. The information in the Student Handbook is current as of publication but is subject to change.
Fire, Ambulance or Police: call Public Safety 828-230-4592
Immediate assistance from Public Safety: 828-230-4592
WWC Emergency Information Line: 828-258-4521
All Campus Email List: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Inside Page: http://www.warren-wilson.edu/internal/index/
Cell Phone Text (SMS) Alerts: https://www.e2campus.net/my/warren-wilson/
|On Campus Support||Office||After Hours|
|Dean of Students||3800|
|Director of Residence Life||2071|
|Anne Riddle Lundblad||3700||828-775-0847|
Off Campus Support
Help Referral Hotline - 211
Our Voice: Rape Crisis Center - 255-7576
Helpmate: Relationship Violence - 254-0516
The area code for Western North Carolina is 828. The three digit extension for WWC is 771. A complete online directory is available at http://www.warren-wilson.edu/info/contacts.php.
Alcohol First Aid: DO
Get Help If:
If You Are Sexually Assaulted
Sometimes it is hard to keep this experience to yourself. Talking about what happened, or exploring your options with someone, can be helpful. The RISE Project is one campus resource available to you. All of our services are confidential and non-judgmental; this means we will not tell anyone about your experiences and that we understand this was not your fault. Reach out to us, or someone that you feel comfortable with, when you are ready. You can also contact Our VOICE (the local rape crisis center), the WWC Counseling Center, the WWC Health Center, or whoever makes you feel the most comfortable.