This guide provides information about resources to assist Washington University students, including those who are low-income, first-generation or under-resourced.


Academic Support for Under-Resourced Students

These groups are here to help you succeed in your academic work at Washington University.

Basic Necessities

Check out the organizations in the St. Louis community that some essentials like clothing and food.

Chancellor’s Career Fellows Program

The Chancellor’s Career Fellows Program is a comprehensive, fully funded career education experience for selected WashU second-year students whose family income is less than $75,000. The goal of the program […]

Child Care for Under-Resourced Students

WashU provides great child care options for every day and in case of emergency.

Food Insecurity

Check on the availability of free or discounted meals to support your studies.

Housing Insecurity

Looking for information about housing options? Check here for campus and community resources.

Interpersonal Violence Assistance for Under-Resourced Students

If you're in a situation of interpersonal violence, there's help close by including 24-hour services.

Legal Support for Under-Resourced Students

These groups provide legal support and advice to the St. Louis community.