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.
Residential Life Policies: Important Things to Know
Detailed explanation of key residential life policies and procedures.
Campus Card / Student ID
The WUSTL ID card is your gateway to life at Washington University.
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
for Graduate and Professional Students
Resources to assist in the search for campus-owned and St. Louis-located housing.
Child Day Care Subsidy
Helps financially stressed PhD student families meet the costs of child day care tuition at licensed facilities.
The Graduate Center
The Graduate Center offers dedicated spaces, programming, resources and more for graduate and professional students at WashU.
Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program
The Green Dot strategy empowers us to create a community where violence is not tolerated and everyone plays a part in creating a culture of respect.
Green Dot Bystanders
See Green Dot bystanders in the WashU community, including students, staff and faculty.
Hazing: Information and Reporting
We all can assume responsibility to ensure that our campus is safe and violence-free.
Leaders in Interpersonal Violence Education (LIVE)
LIVE is a student group that seeks to educate the Washington University community surrounding topics of interpersonal violence.
Masculine Survivor’s Group
The Men’s Project provides a space for critical self-reflection and dialogue on topics of masculinities, gender construction and identity.
Meet the Green Dot Trainers
The Green Dot training team is comprised of faculty and staff members who completed a four-day, 28-hour training in the program.
The Date is a sexual violence prevention program run every year for incoming students.
University Policies on Relationship and Sexual Violence
WashU has policies and procedures in place to protect our community from sexual violence, harassment and misconduct.
We seek to provide a safe environment that encourages learning and personal growth in an inclusive community that empowers and challenges our residents.
Office for International Students and Scholars
The OISS enables international students and scholars to thrive academically and socially.