There are many ways to be involved on campus! With student groups, affinity programs, intramural sports, musical groups, fitness classes and so much more, there is a place for everyone at WashU!
Undergraduate SafeZones is a peer facilitation group that educates and fosters discussion around LGBTQIA* issues.
A Peer Health Educator is an undergraduate student volunteer who is committed to creating a healthier WashU.
Find out about upcoming events and ways to get involved on campus through a student group.
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.
Bear Adventures Trips
Bear Adventures gives WashU students the opportunity to get off campus and experience some of the best attractions in the St. Louis region.
Cycling, boxing, yoga and more! Check out BearFit classes available to WashU Rec members.
Campus Involvement for International Graduate Students
Get resources for promoting health among international graduate students at WashU.
Campus Life Advising
Campus Life’s Advising Program is a service to help student groups grow and develop. Learn more about the advisors and how to contact them.
The Campus Y is a student-centered organization dedicated to developing ethical leaders of exemplary character.
Contracts, Forms and Policies for Student Groups
Find information about contracts, forms and policies relevant for student groups and event planning at WashU.
Destination Q is a retreat for undergraduate students engaged in LGBTQIA* communities to explore leadership and identity development.