Diversity and Inclusion
People make Community, but Community supports People
WashU is home to thousands of diverse individuals. People who look like you and think like you and people who do neither. All these people make the WashU community and WashU works to support each individual. Learn more about resources central to your identity.
There are many resources at WashU that exist to create space for you to navigate your identities, question openly and be your authentic self.
Campus Accessibility Maps
See specific building accessibility information, such as the locations of accessible entrances, restrooms, elevators and power assist doors.
Everyone’s Welcome Campaign
The Everyone’s Welcome Campaign is a fund created by students to incentivize collaboration between student groups.
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion was created to acknowledge that everyone is a unique individual with amazing potential, varied interests and talents yet to be discovered. In an atmosphere of welcoming inclusivity, CDI invites you to discover yourself.
Center for Diversity and Inclusion
You be you: CDI has the tools, resources and staff to help you explore who you are and who you want to be.Read the story
for Graduate and Professional Students
Health Information for Graduate Students
Graduate and professional students, learn how to use the medical and mental health services at Habif Health and Wellness Center.
The Graduate Center
The Graduate Center offers dedicated spaces, programming, resources and more for graduate and professional students at WashU.
LGBTQIA+ Resources for Graduate Students
Involvement opportunities and campus resources targeted to the needs of LGBTQIA+ graduate and professional students.
Arts & Sciences
Arts & Sciences is the heart of Washington University and comprises the core disciplines of the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
Asian, Pacific-Islander, Desi, and/or Asian-American (APIDA) Recognition Ceremony
The APIDA Recognition Ceremony, held each May, recognizes all graduating students that identify as Asian, Pacific-Islander, Desi, and/or Asian-American.
ASK AN ADVISOR: Do I need to tell my OISS Advisor if I got an internship?
12/03/2021 Written By: Jeanne Pizarro, International Student & Scholar Advisor, DSO/ARO Yes! International students must work with their OISS Advisor in order to apply for work authorization so that they […]
Ask An Advisor: Filing U.S. Taxes as an International Student
Question: What do I need to know about filing U.S. Taxes as an International Student? Answer: One of the most common questions OISS Advisors are asked at this time of […]
Ask an Advisor: Graduating and Applying for OPT
02/19/2021, written by Lara Jennings, International Student and Scholar Advisor: Learn about applying for OTP at Wash U.
Ask an Advisor: Hiking Spots Around St. Louis
Written by: Claire Seely, International Student and Scholar Advisor Date: 04/23/2021 Question: What Are Some of the Best Hiking Spots Around St. Louis?
ASK AN ADVISOR: How can I celebrate Halloween this year?
As the weather has slowly turned colder, across campus excitement has been building for all sorts of Fall things: pumpkin spice lattes, apple cider, and everyone’s favorite spooky holiday, Halloween!
ASK AN ADVISOR: How do I get a Driver’s License as an International Student?
Question: Can I get Missouri driver’s license if I am an international student?
Center for Diversity and Inclusion
Our work enhances and strengthens Washington University’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Campus Life empowers students to discover and define themselves and their communities through advising, programs and resources.
We seek to provide a safe environment that encourages learning and personal growth in an inclusive community that empowers and challenges our residents.