College is More than Just the Classroom
What do you already love? What could you learn to love? WashU offers hundreds of opportunities to try new things and enrich your college experience. Discover a new love or continue an existing one by getting involved.
SU advocates for the needs and interests of undergraduate students, allocates the student activity fee and develops programming for students.
Your starting point to learn about fraternity and sorority life at WashU.
A publication with comprehensive information on Recreation programming at WashU
Mindy has discovered a niche in campus leadership that she never expected.
Mindy is a Chemistry major in the class of 2020 with a minor in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.Read the story
Congress of the South 40
The Congress of the South 40 acts as the programming body for students living on the South 40.
Learn more about housing in WashU's 10 on-campus fraternity houses.
Living Learning Communities
Living Learning Communities are themed-based communities that intentionally place students into a community where living, learning, and leading is constant.
Luminescence National Residence Hall Honorary
Luminescence is the Washington University Chapter of the National Residence Hall Honorary.
NSA: North Side Association
The North Side Association is a group that brings together residents of the North Side housing spaces, focuses on community building and plans events for all to enjoy.
Resident Advisor (RA) Information
We are looking for responsible, fun, diverse members of our community to apply to be Resident Advisors!
Residential College Olympics
An annual competition between Residential Colleges in a wide variety of fun events such as basketball, dodgeball, tug-of-war, and Twister.
Residential Education Model
WashU's investment in the residential college model stems from a commitment to creating intentional communities where every student is known by name and story.
Washington University has a long and rich tradition of athletic achievement that first started well over 100 years ago.
Campus Life empowers students to discover and define themselves and their communities through advising, programs and resources.
Our work enhances and strengthens Washington University’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
The First Year Center supports new students through their transition into the Washington University community.
We seek to provide a safe environment that encourages learning and personal growth in an inclusive community that empowers and challenges our residents.