Join the Green Cup competition in March

Join the Green Cup competition in March

The Green Cup is an annual competition to reduce energy use, and typically is focused on Washington University’s residential colleges. This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the competition is virtual and is open to faculty, staff and students. It will run March 1-31.
The Gratitude Project debuts

The Gratitude Project debuts

COVID-19 is the worst. Tim Bono, campus happiness expert, won’t pretend otherwise. But to protect our mental and physical health, it’s vital to celebrate small kindnesses and pieces of good news. “The Gratitude Project,” a new video series, highlights faculty, staff and students rising up for the greater good.
2021-22 tuition, room, board, fees announced

2021-22 tuition, room, board, fees announced

Undergraduate tuition at Washington University in St. Louis will be $57,750 for the 2021-22 academic year — a $1,450 (2.6%) increase over the 2020-21 academic tuition of $56,300, announced Amy B. Kweskin, vice chancellor for finance and chief financial officer.
Class Acts: Dani Wilder

Class Acts: Dani Wilder

December graduate Dani Wilder is helping local students through the WashU Tutoring Initiative, a network of 130 K-12 student tutors who lead online lessons in math, science, languages and more for both typical learners and those with learning or physical disabilities. The program supports 440 families in the St. Louis region. 
Far from campus, but part of the community

Far from campus, but part of the community

Though far from campus, 916 international students are finding new ways to connect to the Washington University in St. Louis community. Faculty members have established special discussion sections and office hours, schools are recruiting mentors and students are creating their own support networks in their home countries.
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