Spring 2024 on Campus
WashU is a diverse and vibrant place. To help you balance your academic life, make sure to explore all the programming and support options that Student Affairs has to offer.
Vice Chancellor Gonzalez
Get to know Anna “Dr. G” Gonzalez, vice chancellor for Student Affairs.Read More about Vice Chancellor Gonzalez
Find your place
There are many ways to be involved on campus! With student groups, affinity programs, intramural sports, musical groups, fitness classes and so much more, there is a place for everyone at WashU!Read More about Find your place
Manage your academic life
College can be challenging, no doubt about that. But don’t forget the array of resources that are available to help you succeed in your courses and beyond. From peer mentors to Living Learning Communities to help with graduate school applications, explore your options.Read More about Manage your academic life
WashU offers many resources to help your academic journey go smoothly.
Looking for mental health support and resources?
The Center for Counseling and Psychological Services is an on-campus source for counseling, therapy and prevention programs to help you both in-person and remotely.Read More about Looking for mental health support and resources?
Explore jobs on Handshake
Handshake is WashU’s online recruiting site where students can find jobs, internships, research and co-op opportunities.Read More about Explore jobs on Handshake
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.Read More about Register for the New Dialogue Across Difference course
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
Dr. G and others will be recognized for their work tackling tough challenges, exhibiting extraordinary leadership and making a difference in their communities.
Guffey's appointment, effective February 1, includes the role of Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs.
All undergraduate students who plan to be enrolled full-time in courses at the university are eligible to apply for housing.