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
Ask Listen Refer: Suicide Prevention Training Program
ASK LISTEN REFER is designed to teach faculty, staff and students to identify and help people at risk for suicide.
Connecting with Student Affairs Offices and Staff
While most offices are closed due to the outbreak of COVID-19, many staff are in-virtually. Use this list to help you connect quickly to us in Student Affairs.
Frequently-Asked Questions for WashU Cares
Review this list of questions and answers to see if your concern is addressed or you can link to other resources for help.
Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program
The Green Dot strategy empowers us to create a community where violence is not tolerated and everyone plays a part in creating a culture of respect.
Messages from WashU about COVID-19
Here's a round-up of all messages and announcements about COVID-19 that have circulated to WashU families.
Mindfulness and Meditation
Students in universities across the country are increasingly turning to mindfulness and meditation practices as a way to reduce stress.
Reading Week Program
Looking for some support and downtime during Reading Week, leading to finals? Check out Reading Week Programs from Campus Life!
Recreation Facility Reservation Request
Learn how internal and external groups can request recreational facility reservations.