Students admitted and enrolled in PACS who are seeking disability-related accommodations initiate the process through the School of Medicine and are encouraged to contact us as soon as possible upon admission or after diagnosis. Eligibility for accommodations is determined on an individual basis supported by appropriate documentation, which may need to be renewed periodically. If you’d like to request accommodations, please contact Beth Elliott, Director of Finance and Student/Academic Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-747-0102 to obtain the instructions and form needed to begin the process.
Student Resources and Needs
We recognize that food security is critical to student well-being and success, and Washington University is committed to supporting students during their time with us. For students experiencing food insecurity, there are resources in place that can offer support.
- Bear Bites, an on-campus (Danforth Campus) food pantry, is available to all students. More information coming soon for the 2021-22 Academic Year.
- The Office of Student Financial Planning may be able to assist with financial resources and support referrals.
- The St. Louis Area Resource Directory has information on community resources.
- MARSH Grocery Cooperative sells groceries on a sliding scale
- If additional resources or supports are needed, please reach out to Beth Elliott in the PACS Office for assistance.
Student Health Counseling offers confidential support services for students that include mental health counseling, crisis response services, workshops, and more.
If you have experienced relationship or sexual violence, sexual misconduct, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking, you are not alone. The RSVP Center offers confidential personal assistance to students.
St. Louis Area Resource Directory (external site)
Report a professionalism accolade or concern.