Opportunities and Resources for Student Leaders
Leadership is more than a position you hold – it’s about the positive change you are a part of creating.
Emerging Leaders (EL) is a transformative, Campus Life program geared towards first-year students at WashU.
SU advocates for the needs and interests of undergraduate students, allocates the student activity fee and develops programming for students.
WUSAs are upperclass student leaders who assist new students with their transition to WashU.
Students lead in many ways and in a surprising combination of venues across the WashU campus.
Megan Wolf led her team to victory on the field and took the point on fighting violence.Read the story
2SA Peer Mentor Program
Second-Year Student Associates (2SAs) are upper-division student leaders that focus on engaging with and supporting sophomore students with their academic and social activities at WashU.
New students participate in a wide-ranging series of social and cultural events during the first forty days of classes.
Halfway to Graduation Celebration
A party to commemorate the sophomore class reaching the halfway-mark of their undergraduate journeys, this serves as the final event of the Sophomore Experience.
The semester-long Sophomore Experience is designed to help students transition into their second year of college through academic workshops, career exploration, and excursions into St. Louis.
Sophomore Summit is a two-day program designed welcome sophomores back to campus before their third semester at WashU.
Student Executive Board
The Student Transitions & Family Programs' Executive Board helps to create, plan and implement programs that aid new students.
Student Transition Leadership Positions
Student transition leaders support first-year, sophomore, transfer, and exchange students in the transition into WashU community, and during their time at WashU
Transfer & Exchange Student Mentor Program
Transfer & Exchange Student Mentors (TXSMs) are upper-division student leaders who assist new students with their academic, social, and personal transition to Washington University.