The International Medical Assistance Fund is a valuable resource designed to provide support to students in F1 and J1 visa status.
Our programs are designed to bridge cultural gaps, celebrate diversity, and empower students to become global citizens.
The Office for International Student Engagement Office (OISE) is dedicated to fostering a vibrant and inclusive global community.
Post-Completion OPT Application Step-by-Step Process Step 1: Complete the Learn@Work OISS OPT Workshop Course Access the course Register for and launch the OISS OPT Workshop course in Learn@Work. If you […]
In order to best facilitate dialogue, it is important to share a common language of social justice terms.
Arts & Sciences is the heart of Washington University and comprises the core disciplines of the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
Funded by a pledge from Thomas B. McGowan IV, JD, and Nicolle C. McGowan, MD, the new course will help our students lead with civility, humility and empathy.
“Dialogue Across Difference” is an eight-week undergrad course to explore difficult topics such as politics, religion, race, gender and socioeconomic identity.
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion supports students students from underrepresented and/or marginalized populations, creates partnerships with campus and community partners, and promotes dialogue and social change.
Check out programming available from the Office of Religious, Spiritual and Ethical Life and join us!