Recreation Facility Winter Break Hours
The Office of Recreation will hold modified winter break hours at its facilities through Jan. 24.
Washington University’s Virtual Thanksgiving Weekend
Join in the fun with a variety of planned activities and contests on campus over the Thanksgiving break!
Workshops on U.S. Elections for International Students and Scholars
View a workshop on U.S. Elections specifically geared toward international students and scholars.
TRIO Newsletter, November 2020: First Generation Celebration
View the November 2020 TRIO Newsletter for information about Washington University First Generation Celebration Week events.
Sumers Recreation Center Reopening to Students
The Gary M. Sumers Recreation Center will open to students only in a limited capacity on Monday, Oct. 5.
Book a new Study Cubby
See a directory of Study Cubbies across campus and book time for studying, Zoom classes or just to get away from it all.
Outdoor Facility Schedules to Change
The WashU community access to Francis Olympic Field and the Tao Tennis Center will change beginning Monday, Sept. 28 in order to accommodate varsity training.
Follow OISS on Social Media!
All the latest events and announcements for new and returning International Students and Scholars!
Sumers Rec Center Reopening Postponed Indefinitely
Contrary to previously announced plans, the Sumers Recreation Center will remain closed indefinitely.
Leave of Absence Guidelines
Temporary policies for students on Leave of Absence and Gap Years.
Important Financial Aid updates for Fall 2020
Check with Financial Aid If your financial situation has recently changed and learn about the availability of new technology grants.
Tech Den: NEW resource to support your technology needs
Find out about university and school laptop requirements and get tech help easily.
ICE Update on Fall 2020
Today, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has released guidance for Fall 2020 and we want to immediately provide you with the key points covered in the guidance.
Our Unwavering Support for International Students
Read Chancellor Martin’s statement about our opposition to recent actions by our federal government and our commitment to advocate for our international students in the strongest possible terms.
May 29, 2020 Presidential Proclamation regarding certain students and researchers from China
On Friday, May 29, 2020, President Trump issued a proclamation suspending the entry of certain nonimmigrants from the People’s Republic of China seeking to enter the United States in order to study or conduct research.
Fall Planning Town Halls
Undergraduate and graduate students can attend a virtual town hall session to learn more about plans for the fall semester.