The COVID-19 pandemic has many moving parts when it comes to your college experience. The information below is collected from all departments of Student Affairs so that you can easily find out about resources to help you, changes in programming, guidelines and activities. For university information about the pandemic, please see WashU Together: COVID-19 Response.
Dealing with COVID-19 can put extra stress on anyone. Check out these helpful resources to help you cope.
How will the pandemic affect the start of your first year at WashU?
Update 9/1/2020: First Year Families who are intending to bring a Uhauls or RVs, we ask that you go to the parking lot of the First Congregational Church of St. […]
Fall 2020 ICE Guidance for F-1 Students
Find out about SEVP exceptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
FAQs: How the Career Center Can Help You in Fall 2020
The Career Center is here to support you. We are available for email, phone, and video advising, as well as programming and employer interaction.
Habif Modified Operations During COVID-19
An update on the Habif Health and Wellness Center's modified operations during the COVID-19 threat.
Health and Wellness Digital Library
Habif staff have created flyers on popular topics to help you stay well and do well at WashU.
International Student Travel Signature Request Form
At this time the OISS has limited ability to mail new I-20s with travel signatures.
International Students: Submit Questions about the University’s Response to COVID-19
If you are an international student and have questions or concerns due to the Chancellor's March 11th announcement regarding campus housing closures and courses going online, please submit them using this form.
Letters from the CDI
The campus is not the same without you, and we are not the same without you.