The TOGETHER Workshop is a small group or individual educational session conducted via Zoom, and focuses on reducing harms for student participants and for others in the WSU/Pullman community during the COVID-19 pandemic. This interactive, non-judgmental prevention “best practices” approach focuses on problem-solving, as well as examining students’ motivations and intentions for self-care and the care of others. In other words, “We’re all in this together!”
While referring to your letter from the Center for Community Standards, review the appropriate section below for steps needed to fulfill the sanction assigned to you.
Exceptions/substitutions cannot be made. To successfully fulfill a sanction, the steps below need to be completed within one month. To help you fulfill your sanction, we will report your attendance and completion of the below requirements to Center for Community Standards.
Steps to Complete
- Register for a TOGETHER workshop session.
- Complete the TOGETHER workshop session.
- If needed, check with Center for Community Standards for any additional steps needed to fulfill your sanction.
Frequently Asked Questions
I completed everything, why do I still have a conduct hold?
The Center for Community Standards manages conduct holds. If you have completed your sanction, please contact their office to inquire about removing your hold. If you have not completed your sanction workshop, you will first need to do so in order to have your hold removed. Students can request a hold removed or challenge a conduct hold by completing the Challenge an Enrollment Hold form.
What is the policy if I am late or have to cancel?
Cancellation: If you need to cancel a scheduled appointment, please let us know in advance so we can make the time available to someone else. If you don’t call to cancel by 4 p.m. the day prior to your scheduled workshop, this will be considered a late cancellation and will be documented.
Late & No‐Shows: Demand for services is high, and our facilitators’ time is valuable. If you show up for your workshop more than 5 minutes late, you will be required to reschedule to attend a TOGETHER workshop at a different day/time. A record of late or no-show workshops will be kept and shared with Center for Community Standards as needed. If a student cancels, is late, or no-shows for a TOGETHER workshop up to two times, the student will be referred back to Center for Community Standards to address their sanction requirements.
TOGETHER dates/times conflict with my obligations. What can I do?
What if I cannot meet the 30-day deadline stated in my sanction letter?
What if I need accommodations for the online workshop?
Reasonable accommodations are available for students with disabilities per university policies. If you or any student participating in the workshop needs accommodations to fully participate, including technology accommodations, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who can I contact for help?