Being the Best Student You Can Be
Students have different goals and different objectives for their WashU career, and the school is committed to helping each student reach their personal benchmarks. Explore resources, study opportunities outside the classroom, and academic jobs to be the best you can.
Celebrate being a first generation college student at WashU on November 8!
First year students have a home base at the First Year Center. Check out everything that's waiting for you!
The Learning Center provides undergraduate students key resources to enhance their academic progress.
Success can mean many things to a student. It can be about getting good grades, excelling in leadership, making a positive impact on others or finding out who you really are. Many times, it's a combination of factors that mean you can say you've succeeded.
Stefan Yu made discoveries about himself at Washington University that changed his study and life plans.Read the story
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Accessible Parking and Transportation Request Form
Please use this form to request Accessible Transportation accommodations if living on or off campus.
Differences between High School and College Disability-Related Accommodations
See the differences between disability-related accommodations in a high school environment versus college.
Documentation Guidelines for Disability Resources
Specific information your documentation provider should include in a letter or report supporting accommodations.
Faculty Exam Form
Please complete this form to provide proctoring instructions and upload a copy of the exam.
Faculty Information from Disability Resources
Recommendations for implementing accommodations and fostering an inclusive environment in your classroom, including the Faculty Exam Form.
Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQs) for Disability Resources
The most commonly-asked questions about requesting and using accommodations.
Note Taker Job Application
Complete this form to apply to be a note taker with Disability Resources.
The OISS enables international students and scholars to thrive academically and socially.
We seek to provide a safe environment that encourages learning and personal growth in an inclusive community that empowers and challenges our residents.
WashU Cares assists the university in handling situations involving the safety and well-being of Danforth Campus students.
The Office of Scholar Programs houses the staff and scholars of the university’s premiere, merit-based scholar programs.