Welcome home! Begin to explore the WashU community and the resources it offers to make the most of your college experience.
See the process to apply for WashU housing as a first-year or transfer student.
All incoming students must provide proof of specified immunizations.
One of the most underrated parts of the WashU experience is St. Louis itself.
The Career Center provides many opportunities for WashU students to interact with employers or enhance their career-building skills. Attend an event today!
Choosing a Health Insurance Plan
WashU offers a robust student health insurance policy for your convenience.
Danforth University Center: Getting Around Campus
Start exploring the Washington University campus from the DUC.
Dependents of International Students
A spouse or dependent child of an F-1 is given the status of F-2.
Differences between High School and College Disability-Related Accommodations
See the differences between disability-related accommodations in a high school environment versus college.
Documentation Guidelines for Disability Resources
Specific information your documentation provider should include in a letter or report supporting accommodations.
English Language Placement Testing
WashU schools offer placement testing to determine whether their new international students would benefit from English language support.
English Placement Test Score Descriptions Through SP2019
The results of all English proficiency exams administered by the ELP are posted to the “Scores” section of a student’s internal record in SIS/WebSTAC.