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COVID-19 Booster Strongly Encouraged

Per CDC and St. Louis County guidelines, students who do not receive boosters are subject to on-campus quarantine if exposed to the virus.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Knowing the most about the options for COVID vaccines and boosters will help you take the right actions for YOU.

OISS Newsletter, Health and Wellness at WashU

Habif Health and Wellness Center and the Rec Center have lots of resources you can try.

OISS Newsletter, Ask An Advisor: Why is ICE Calling Me?

Be on guard for scammers who may call claiming to be ICE representatives!

Sorority and Fraternity Life Demographic Report 2020-2021

View the sororities and fraternities report, including demographic, ethnicity, academic and other information.

OISS Newsletter, Ask an Advisor: Driver’s License Requirements Update

Check out some changes to the policies for driver's licenses for international students.

WashU Cares Annual Reports

View or download WashU Cares Annual Reports. 2016-2017 Annual Report 2017-2018 Annual Report 2018-2019 Annual Report 2019-2020 Annual Report 2020-2021 Annual Report

WashU Rec to Expand Access to Sumers Rec Center

The WashU Office of Recreation will expand Sumers Recreation Center access to faculty, staff, alumni, and retiree members starting July 6. 

Sumers Rec Center Membership Update

The WashU Office of Recreation is working with the COVID Monitoring Team (CMT) to investigate the possibility of expanding Sumers Rec Center access beyond the student population beginning Tuesday, July […]

WashU Rec to host Outdoor BearFit Classes

WashU Rec will hold in-person outdoor BearFit classes beginning June on the third floor of the Snow Way parking garage.

WashU Rec to Open Cardio, Begin Summer Hours May 10

The WashU Office of Recreation will open up access to cardio equipment and begin summer hours at the Sumers Recreation Center beginning Monday, May 10. 

New OISS resources

Learn more about the movements for racial equality, access resources and learn what you can do to get involved.

2020-2021 Student Group Community Demographic Report

View a report on the make-up of our registered student groups at WashU's SFL Link

OISS Message of Solidarity

OISS stands in support and solidarity with those who have been devastated by the recent racial violence against APIDA and other communities.

#StopAAPIHate Unity Vigil on March 25, 2021

Honoring the eight lives lost in Atlanta and the 3,800 Asian Americans targeted in hate incidents in the last year.

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Immigration Advice, ‘Ask An Advisor’ and all the latest news can be found at OISS Newsletters.