Whether they join us for a semester or an academic year, the Exchange Experience provides students with unique experiences to connect with WashU and St. Louis.
The Transfer Experience starts with Bear Beginnings and continues throughout transfer students’ first years at WashU to welcome them to WashU and St. Louis.
The First-Year Experience immerses students into the WashU and St. Louis communities through Bear Beginnings, first-year traditions, and faculty connections.
Disability in Education Self-Study Guide
Click on the links below to learn more about the role of disability in education. Topics include ableism, accessibility disability, and disability in school (social pressures, accommodations, etc.), confidence in […]
Disability Justice Self-Study Guide
Click on the links below to explore concepts of disability justice and accessibility. Topics include physical, cognitive, intellectual, and mental disabilities; accessibility, broadly defined; ableism in education; and intersections of […]
Fat Liberation Self-Study Guide
Click on the links below to explore concepts of F/fat liberation. Topics include anti-fat bias, weight stigma, F/fat liberation, and healthism. Content Warning: Mentions the Transatlantic slave trade, race pseudo-science […]
Designing Your First and Second Years
Resources for Summer Experiences, Campus Connection & Community Engagement We want to partner with you as you follow your curiosity and explore options. Even in your early college years, there […]