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.


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.

Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19

Dealing with COVID-19 can put extra stress on anyone. Check out these helpful resources to help you cope.

Messages from WashU about COVID-19

Here's a round-up of all messages and announcements about COVID-19 that have circulated to WashU families.

Move In Information

Fall 2021 Move-In Information We are very excited to welcome you to Washington University in St. Louis. See information below for your Fall arrival logistics.  [Attn: Remote Sophomores Arriving August […]

OISS COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

To ensure students' health and safety, OISS is providing virtual services. As policies and recommendations change, we'll continue to update this information.

Orientation for New Students, Fall 2020

How will the pandemic affect the start of your first year at WashU?

Orientation Programs for International Students

Orientation programs at WashU provide information and experiences that will help to ease your transition.

Quarantining and Isolation Information

Information on maintaining wellbeing for students who are isolating or quarantining due to COVID-19.