The Class of 2027 moves onto the South 40 Friday and Saturday, Aug. 18 and 19. The class is the most diverse in university history. The students hail from 50 states and 29 countries; 53% identify as students of color and 21% are Pell Grant-eligible.
In this highly polarized, post-lockdown world, the college transition can seem especially difficult. WashU happiness expert Tim Bono explains how students can set themselves up for success.
The Career Center has a new name and a new leader. Effective Sept. 20, Norma Guerra Gaier will lead the new WashU Center for Career Engagement. Gaier currently is executive director of Texas Career Engagement at the University of Texas at Austin.
Two students received grants from the Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund, which is advocating for a more equitable and accountable technology ecosystem.
Brown School students Kate Gershwin and Will Hutson have been named to the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health “This is Public Health” ambassador cohort.
Through Make Way: Our Student Initiative, Washington University seeks to remove barriers to success for every student, now and in the future. At five crossroads discussed here and countless more, funding for students makes the difference.
Each Thursday last spring, kids excitedly cut cardboard and glued construction paper as Washington University students guided and encouraged them to investigate, experiment and build. In “Explore and Contribute,” students from across the university create curricula and then teach elementary students hands-on problem-solving projects revolving around issues like climate change and homelessness. During the 2023 […]
Talented high school students from rural communities in Missouri and southern Illinois lived and learned at Washington University in St. Louis, where they discovered more about life on campus and in St. Louis. The cohort took a class with Sam Fox School faculty, learned the ins and outs of the college application and explored local attractions.
The Department of Political Science in Arts & Sciences has launched the WUSTEPS Pipeline Program, which is aimed at preparing undergraduates from diverse backgrounds for success in graduate programs.
Isabel Huesa, a rising senior in Arts & Sciences, is participating in the U.S. Department of State’s prestigious Critical Language Scholarship Program.