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Fall 2023 on Campus

Find your place at WashU. Whether you are a new student or returning student, there are many ways to connect and be involved at WashU. From clubs and organizations to creating campus communities, there is something for everyone.

Vice Chancellor Gonzalez

Get to know Anna “Dr. G” Gonzalez, vice chancellor for Student Affairs.

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Get to know St. Louis

St. Louis is home to many great attractions, some of which are just a short walk from campus. Check out the local food scene, events, concerts and all the things that make our city so unique.

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Bearprints for Success

Bearprints for Success is our new seven-week course designed specifically to help new students make a successful transition to WashU, both academically and personally. Find out more today!

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Helpful Resources

WashU offers many resources to help your transition to campus go smoothly.

We care about your well-being

Habif Health & Wellness Center offers compassionate and inclusive care to support each WashU student’s physical, mental and emotional well-being.

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Explore jobs on Handshake

Handshake is WashU’s online recruiting site where students can find jobs, internships, research and co-op opportunities.

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Register for the New Dialogue Across Difference course

Dialogue Across Difference (DxD) is an eight-week course that fosters communication and collaboration across sociocultural differences in the WashU community.

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Moonlight Breakfast

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Moonlight Breakfast

During reading week each semester, faculty and staff serve free breakfast to students for a late-night study break.

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