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Spring 2022 on Campus

While the pandemic continues to be part of the picture, at WashU, life moves forward. And there’s always something new to learn, see and do. The information here will provide an intro to our new vice chancellor for Student Affairs, direct you to useful information, and help you stay in the know with the latest COVID-19 policies and updates.

Meet Dr. G.

Dr. Anna Gonzalez, the new vice chancellor for Student Affairs says, “Call me Dr. G.” She’s a nationally recognized student affairs leader and a first-generation college student eager to learn your name and story.

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Campus Planning

WashU continues developing plans and responding as the course of the pandemic shifts. Review the collected information about campus plans, the emphasis on the health and safety of our community, hot topics and more.

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Looking for a campus job?

If you’d like to combine attending college with a job on campus, there are many opportunities to check out, from working in the library to dining services positions to tutoring other students. And here’s a hint: the division of Student Affairs is one of the largest student employers on campus!

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Find Resources

While the pandemic has changed so much, keep sight of your college experience overall. We still extend a warm welcome for new students to WashU and to the St. Louis community. The resources collected here will help you get off to a great start in your new home, new studies and new life.

COVID-19 Financial Support

Do you have additional expenses for living, academic support, travel or other areas due to the pandemic? Help is available! Student Affairs offers funding to make this part of your life easier. Complete the application to communicate your needs and you’ll receive a prompt response.

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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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Introducing TimelyCare

Launching November 22, 2021, TimelyCare is telehealth specially tailored for WashU students. This service is free to all students paying the student health and wellness fee and it's convenient to access via the TimelyCare app. You'll find on-demand 24/7 medical care and mental health support, psychiatric support and other services.

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    We Are WashU

    Maya Gregory

    Maya's path includes a major in Sociology, minors in Legal Studies and Spanish, campus employment and down the road: law school.

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  • Gracie Gentzler

    We Are WashU

    Gracie Gentzler

    Student Health Ambassador, service fraternity member and a possible future in non-profit work: a heart that focuses on service to others.

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  • Beth Asnakew

    We Are WashU

    Beth Asnakew

    Research with a focus on cognition and aging will propel Beth Asnakew from her St. Louis roots to a bright future.

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Carry on the Tradition

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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