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.
Washington University’s International Travel Oversight Committee recently updated international travel policies, which will extend through the upcoming spring 2021 semester.
Two Washington University in St. Louis students and a recent alumnus were finalists for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.
The Class of 2025 at Washington University in St. Louis will be talented, driven and diverse — of this Ronné Turner, vice provost for admissions and financial aid, is certain. But the hard work of recruiting and admitting students during this unprecedented admission cycle won’t be easy. Turner and Emily Almas, director of admissions, discuss how the pandemic has changed the admissions landscape.
Washington University students help keep businesses open and thriving during an unprecedented time.
For the fourth year, the Source asked a group of first-year students to track their first 40 days on campus, one second of video at a time. They captured walks on campus, Zoom classes and masks — lots and lots of masks. And previous vloggers shared how the COVID crisis has impacted their college careers.
In the past three years, eight students kept a video diary of their first days as first-year students. Find out what has changed for them in the past year.
Andrew Whitaker, a two-sport athlete and a senior biomedical engineering major at the McKelvey School of Engineering, has spent his undergraduate career giving back.
Washington University students are not only excited to vote in the upcoming election, they are stepping up to help others on campus and in the community cast their ballots. Here, three students share how they are getting out the vote.
The Washington University Student Health Ambassador program is a new peer-to-peer initiative designed to protect students from the spread of COVID-19. Students are dispatched daily to locations across campus to remind their peers to wear masks and to confirm students have completed their daily health screenings.