The Graduate Student Experience
Explore opportunities and resources for graduate and professional students at WashU.
See universitywide graduate and professional student groups in WUGO: Washington University Student Group Organizer.
GradCareers provides information on exploring your career options, developing professional skills to succeed in your career and prepare for the job search.
The Graduate Professional Council (GPC) is the representative body to advocate for all 6,000+ graduate and professional students at WashU.
Featured Grad Student
"Filling a gap:" Miriam Levitin helps diverse students with health and sexual eduation in Habif's Peer Health Educators program
The idea of sexual self-efficacy drives Miriam’s work to reduce misinformation and increase awareness about sexual health and wellness.Read the story
The WashU academic calendar is designed to provide an optimal amount of classroom instruction and examination within a manageable time frame.
Academic Support for Under-Resourced Students
These groups are here to help you succeed in your academic work at Washington University.
Check out the organizations in the St. Louis community that some essentials like clothing and food.
Canvas is the learning management system at WashU.
Career Support for Under-Resourced Students
There is career assistance available on campus and in the community to help you plan for your future.
Child Care for Under-Resourced Students
WashU provides great child care options for every day and in case of emergency.
Access your WashU email account.
Check on the availability of free or discounted meals to support your studies.