Making WashU a New Home
Moving away from family, friends and community, even if it’s just down the street, is an adjustment. And each additional year away brings new opportunity and challenges. Feel confident in making WashU a home and keeping it a home all four years.
There are many shuttle options for getting around campus and around town.
Detailed explanation of key residential life policies and procedures.
Local families are matched with students and provide home-cooked meals several times a year.
Living on campus? Living off campus? Wherever you live as a WashU student, the office of Residential Life has much more to offer than room and board.
It’s the starting place for new students. It’s home base for returning students. It’s a hub of academic activity and programs. It’s ResLife!Read the story
Bias Report and Support System
A system for those who have experienced or witnessed incidents of bias, prejudice or discrimination involving a student to report their experiences.
See gender-inclusive restroom locations on the Danforth Campus on both main campus and residential areas.
Undergraduate SafeZones is a peer facilitation group that educates and fosters discussion around LGBTQIA* issues.
We seek to provide a safe environment that encourages learning and personal growth in an inclusive community that empowers and challenges our residents.
The OISS enables international students and scholars to thrive academically and socially.