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Clerc Center
Education of the Deaf Act 

Health and Wellness Program

The Health and Wellness Programs Office seeks to enhance the well-being of Gallaudet University students by empowering them to make informed health and lifestyle choices in accordance with their own values and belief systems. By supporting students on behavior and lifestyle change via the dimensions of wellness-physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social, and environmental-HWP helps students become more successful members of the academic community.

Learn more about the Peer Health Advocates (PHAs).Do you have questions about health and wellness that you would like answered?  Email us at pha@gallaudet.edu, stop by and visit us in Ely Center 103, call us at 202-651-5144 or fax us at 202-651-5651 or visit us on Facebook.

Office of Student Conduct

It is in the best interests of Gallaudet University and the members of the University community for the University to function as a self-regulated community in an orderly environment. Ensuring that sanctions will be promptly imposed on those found responsible for misconduct will help the University preserve order. Having its own responsible student conduct system that follows established procedures will enable the University to deal with internal matters of student discipline. Further, it can deal with such misconduct in ways that encourage positive learning from the experience.

Department of Public Safety

Our mission, as the Department of Public Safety, is to promote individual responsibility, community commitment, and involvement through dynamic crime prevention initiatives to create a safe, secure, and informed campus community. By the timely communication of current incidents on and about the campus, the community is enabled to make knowledgeable decisions and strategies to protect life and property.

Office for Civil Rights - U.S. Department of Education

The mission of the Office for Civil Rights is to ensure equal access to education and to promote educational excellence throughout the nation through vigorous enforcement of civil rights.

D.A.W.N

DAWN's mission is to promote healthy relationships and end abuse in the Deaf community of the Washington, DC area. We do this in two ways: 

  • Providing survivors of abuse with help they need to heal and progress with their lives.
  • Educating Deaf and hearing communities on the issues and how to foster positive relationships.

Washington D.C Protective Order Brochure

A Safe Client's Guide to Civil Protection Orders in D.C.

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