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.
The Congress of the South 40 acts as the programming body for students living on the South 40.
Making the decision to pursue membership in a fraternity or sorority is indeed an important one, and should not be made casually.
Home to Student Union and hundreds of student groups and activities, the office of Campus Life has so much to offer.
Life on Campus: Campus Life. It’s your first step toward getting involved, making a difference and trying something new on campus and beyond.Read the story
Events Accommodations Fund
Student organizations in need of support to defray accommodations expenses for events speakers and attendees with disabilities may apply for funding.
The annual Holobaugh Honors ceremony recognizes students, staff, faculty, and community members who perform direct advocacy and service to LGBTQIA* communities.
Latinx Student Summit
The Latinx Student Summit is a biannual event bringing local and national leaders and students to WashU.
Lavender Graduation Ceremony
Ceremony honoring the achievements and contributions of graduating lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer students and their allies.
A new LGBTQIA+ Leadership experience.
There are many resources at WashU that exist to create space for you to navigate your identities, question openly and be your authentic self.
Undergraduate SafeZones is a peer facilitation group that educates and fosters discussion around LGBTQIA* issues.
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.