Expand your WashU network with WashU CNX (“WashU connects”), Washington University’s official online community for networking and mentorship.
Stay current on what’s happening on campus and how you can get involved.
Virtual programming is the best way to stay engaged and connected with your student groups. We have laid out everything you need to know to get started.
Start here to access all of the things your group needs for virtual programming and support resources.
Reserve a private Study Cubby on campus for Zoom, homework and focus: 8 a.m.-8 p.m. weekdays.
Materials, resources and programs from Habif Mental Health Services can help you take the first step.
Here are mental health resources and support you can find at Habif Health and Wellness Center.
The Danforth University Center offers reservable banner spaces to help student organizations and university departments to advertise events on campus. Reserving Banner Spaces The DUC is pleased to offer […]
When you’re thinking about starting a new student group, what do you need to keep in mind?
Student groups must register by April 15 each year to access critical resources including finances, space booking and others.