Welcome! And Welcome Back.

Fall 2022 on Campus

We are excited to welcome students and families to WashU for our Fall 2022 semester! As we continue to build on the Student Affairs Five Anchors, we are confident there is always something for our students to learn, see, and do. Meet Anna “Dr. G” Gonzalez, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, and explore useful tools and university resources — including our latest COVID-19 guidelines.

Meet Dr. G

Anna “Dr. G” Gonzalez, our vice chancellor for Student Affairs is looking forward to getting to know as many students as possible. Dr. G is a first-generation college student and a nationally recognized student affairs leader with over 30 years of experience in higher education. If you see Dr. G on campus, be sure to say hello. She looks forward to learning more about your name and story

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WashU Together

The university continues to update our WashU Together: COVID-19 response page. Navigate here to review the most up-to-date guidelines and resources.

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Get to Know St. Louis

WashU is a world-class research university with our roots firmly in St. Louis. Use this page as a starting guide for exploring St. Louis.

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Helpful Resources

Our campus community and the city of St. Louis have so much to offer! Enjoy exploring some of our highlighted campus resources – and don’t hesitate to reach out with questions.

TimelyCare for Students

TimelyCare is telehealth specially tailored for students. TimelyCare is free to all students paying the student health and wellness fee and it's convenient to access via the TimelyCare app. TimelyCare is available 24/7 in all 50 states. To register for TimelyCare and learn more about provided services, read more.

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Explore Handshake

In August, the Career Center announced a partnership with “Handshake,” a career management platform designed to empower students to discover new career paths and identify promising internship and job opportunities. Handshake offers a variety of support, including avenues to connect with peers and employers. Learn more by setting up your profile today!

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Looking for Employment on Campus?

If you’d like to explore employment on our beautiful campus, there are many opportunities! From our Sumers Recreation Center to academic tutoring, there are engaging paths for everyone. Hint: Student Affairs is one of the largest student employers on campus so check us out!

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First 40

New students participate in a wide-ranging series of social and cultural events during the first forty days of classes.

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