Learning happens everywhere.
Get involved. Be active. Find balance. Make community. The ways to make the most of your life at WashU are nearly endless. Explore opportunities that will help you discover what you want to do and who you want to be.
Making WashU Home
The rush of moving to campus has subsided and you have a good handle on classes? Time to look around your new home and see what's here for you.Read More about Making WashU Home
Within the WashU bubble, we often forget there’s a larger community too. Find opportunities to engage with St. Louis, your hometown or the nation.Read More about Civic Engagement
School Spirit & Athletics
WashU is an athletic powerhouse with national-caliber sport programs. Cheer on the Bears, keep traditions alive and create memories of your own.Read More about School Spirit & Athletics
Manage your life at WashU. Reach the tools you use every day, forms that help you lead your student group, and programs that support your academic journey.
Get to know the DUC!
The DUC (Danforth University Center) is the dynamic and welcoming campus “living room” featuring weekly programming, dining services, meeting and study space and much more. Visit and find your center.Read More about Get to know the DUC!
Manage Your Academic Life
Exams, essays, research projects — it all piles up. Find resources to balance your responsibilities and become the best student you can be.Read More about Manage Your Academic Life
Be Healthy. Live Healthy.
How do you stay well and do well at WashU? Check out resources, facilities, services, and programs that help you thrive.Read More about Be Healthy. Live Healthy.
WashU students inspire and support one another while working to extend the frontiers of knowledge. Explore opportunities to become a leader and access tools to help manage the groups you lead.
News & Announcements
Consider applying to be a graduate or professional student representative to the Board.
New routes, less wait time and more options for getting around the Danforth Campus and around town.
Nominate a student who has made a contribution to ecumenical or interfaith activities on campus.