Any programs or activities that involve interactions with minors on University property, or University-sponsored programs or activities held at off-campus locations, must be registered with the University.
Registration is required annually and must be completed 30 days in advance of the program start date indicated on this registration form. This allows for adequate time to review the registration, conduct background checks, and complete training.
Once your registration is submitted, a member of the Youth Protection Oversight Committee will contact you regarding required background checks and training in order to comply with the University’s Youth Protection Policy.
- If you are a student group, please visit the Campus Life website for details on registering your program or event through WUGO.
- If you are faculty or staff, please use the form below.
If you have questions about this form or the Youth Protection Policy, please contact the Youth Protection Oversight Committee at email@example.com.
Please note: any activity defined as a mentorship, internship, research, or shadowing experience, either paid/unpaid, will need to be reviewed by Human Resources to ensure compliance with city, state, and federal employee laws.
Key definitions for using this form:
- minor: an individual under the age of 18; does not apply to individuals who are full time enrolled students of the University or have accepted the University’s offer of admission.
- program: any organized event or activity that includes participants who are minors offered by an academic or administrative unit of the University or recognized student organization whether on University-owned property, using University owned or managed facilities, or under the exclusive authority and direction of the University in other locations. Programs also includes events or activities offered online, or by non-University organizations using campus facilities.
- program administrator: an individual aged 18 or older, designated as the primary contact for the program and is responsible for program administration and ensuring compliance with Youth Protection Policy. Must be a WashU affiliated individual (student, staff, or faculty).
- program staff: an individual aged 18 or older who works, paid or unpaid, who participates in a program where the individual may have one-on-one contact with a minor or contact with a group of minors without another adult present in a non-public setting.