Into the Spring
Spring 2023 on Campus
The Spring semester is a great time to connect with friends and find new opportunities. Looking for ways to get involved? Explore some of the many resources on our site to find your place here at WashU. As the semester ramps up, know that we are here to help if needed. Find more information on health & wellness and Timely Care in the Resources section below.
Get to know Dr. G
Anna “Dr. G” Gonzalez, vice chancellor for Student Affairs wants to help you succeed while at WashU. As you explore the Division of Student Affairs at WashU you’ll learn more about the people, resources and city that support student success. Also, be sure to check out her new food blog – “Good Eats with Chancellor Martin & Dr. G.”Read More about Get to know Dr. G
Student Engagement & Belonging
Student engagement and belonging is a big part of feeling connected. We're here to help! WashU offers more than 300 clubs and organizations that you can join. See which ones may be right for you.Read More about Student Engagement & Belonging
Manage Your Academic Life
Exams, essays, research projects — it all piles up. Find resources to balance all your responsibilities and become the best student you can be.Read More about Manage Your Academic Life
Finding ways to take care of yourself can be hard when the demands of work, school and life combine. We’re happy to provide resources to help you find that healthy balance.
Be Healthy. Live Healthy
There are many outlets on WashU's campus to explore Healthy Excellence, including our state-of-the-art recreation facility. Visit the Sumers Recreation page to learn more about group classes, Club Sports, Intramurals, massage chairs, cycling, and more!Read More about Be Healthy. Live Healthy
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!Read More about Explore Handshake
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.Read More about TimelyCare for Students
We Are WashU
Beth Ann Young
Originally from Jackson, Mississippi, Beth Ann knew moving far from home would be a difficult decision. WashU quickly became her home away from home.Read the Story
We Are WashU
Maya's path includes a major in Sociology, minors in Legal Studies and Spanish, campus employment and down the road: law school.Read the Story
We Are WashU
Research with a focus on cognition and aging will propel Beth Asnakew from her St. Louis roots to a bright future.Read the Story
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.
Carry on the Tradition
Be part of the exuberant display of ResCollege spirit and stay for formal presentations by university leadership to new students and their families.More Campus Traditions
News & Announcements
Dr. G will join the Campus Y for casual conversation and snacks on April 25. Open to all students!
Join us for inflatables, food tents, student vendors, carnival games and a DJ. This event is co-sponsored by SPB.
Andrew Taylor, a Washington University in St. Louis emeritus trustee, and his wife, Barbara, have made a $15 million gift to establish the Taylor Family Center for Student Success which will create new opportunities for first-generation and limited-income undergraduate students.