Anna “Dr. G” Gonzalez honored by ‘Diverse: Issues In Higher Education’
Dr. G and others will be recognized for their work tackling tough challenges, exhibiting extraordinary leadership and making a difference in their communities.
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Ervin Scholar experiences life transformation with WashU opportunity
Da’juantay Wynter was 10 years old when he told others to start calling him DJ. “I thought my given name was too ghetto, and that if I went by Da’juantay […]
Guffey appointed chief of staff to vice chancellor of Student Affairs
Guffey's appointment, effective February 1, includes the role of Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs.
Housing Applications Open Now
All undergraduate students who plan to be enrolled full-time in courses at the university are eligible to apply for housing.
Despite challenges as an FGLI student, Overfield discovers passions for historical research and advocacy at WashU
When senior Nash Overfield was a first-year student, he dominated at the icebreaker Two Truths and a Lie because his peers never guessed he hadn’t been outside of the United […]
OISS Winter Break Schedule
OISS will have limited availability between December 21, 2023 -January 5, 2024. During this period, OISS will only be available remotely and will not provide in-person services including walk-ins or […]
Moore appointed TRIO director
Tarsha Moore, a project manager for the Office of the Provost, has been named director of WashU TRiO Student Support Services. She began the new role Dec. 4.
Women’s soccer finishes as national runner-up
A memorable season came to a heartbreaking close for the WashU women’s soccer team in NCAA Division III national championship game.
Buder Scholars explore, amplify and celebrate their identities during Native American Heritage Month
First-year MSW student Octavia Bartmess came to WashU at a time when her career and life were changing. She moved to St. Louis with family, including her three children, ages […]
Colleges refocus on career services as students seek return on degrees
The WashU Center for Career Engagement has created career communities for different majors, with separate mentoring programs, employer events and alumni networking for each one.
Dr. G’s Fun House Series: Recess at the Rec
Join Dr. G for ice skating, a Polar Plunge, food and more. And help Yoshi celebrate his birthday!
Senior Tori Harwell selected as a Rhodes Scholar
WashU’s 30th Rhodes Scholar who plans to study nature, society and environmental governance, wants to help grassroots leaders find climate solutions.
Peer Health Educator Program helps spread awareness and access to health services across Danforth Campus
Lojain Elkhidir wants everyone to know that going to college is difficult. But more than that, she wants everyone to know that it’s ok to talk about it. “Coming to […]
First-gen student draws on heritage of hard work to succeed at WashU
Yael Rojo didn’t come to WashU to earn a degree. Really, the degree in economics he will complete this spring is just a means to an end. For him, the […]
Rodriguez Scholar thrives following first-year challenges with identity, community and balance
Emilio Parra-Garcia grew up in a home where academic conversations were commonplace chats over the dinner table. From discussions about public health policy to nonprofit work, Parra-Garcia has always known […]