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COVID-19 Information

The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused many changes at WashU, some coming rapidly as the situation evolves. The information and resources collected here can help you keep up with the latest news, connect with the offices and staff you need to reach, and above all, stay well during this time.

Connecting Virtually

Most campus offices are closed and staff are working remotely in response to COVID-19. But you can still make contact with us. Check out our quick guide to help you stay connected to Student Affairs.

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COVID-19 Communications

There are lots of messages arriving about the virus and its effect on WashU. Keeping up as things change can be a challenge. We're collecting university communications to students and families in one location.

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WashU COVID-19 FAQs

The university is maintaining an up-to-date emergency resource as we closely track the spread of COVID-19. The list of frequently-asked questions for students can be useful to you right now.

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Find Resources

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.

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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.

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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.

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    Marco Quaroni

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    Angela Peacock

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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.

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Carry on the Tradition

Residential College Olympics

An annual competition between Residential Colleges in a wide variety of fun events such as basketball, dodgeball, tug-of-war, and Twister.

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News & Announcements

  • Fall Planning Town Halls

    Undergraduate and graduate students can attend a virtual town hall session to learn more about plans for the fall semester.

  • Learn about the important new policies in effect for the university community including a move to online courses beginning March 23.

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