Apply now: WashU is need blind
As part of our commitment to always put students first, Washington University continues to work toward a more accessible and equitable review process. WashU now has a need-blind admissions process—your ability to pay tuition will never be part of the admission decision process. In addition, we will no longer consider demonstrated interest as a factor in making admissions decisions. And, we are extending our test optional policy for applicants entering in fall 2022.
- Early Decision I – Admissions and Financial Aid decisions released by
- Early Decision I – Candidate reply date
- Early Decision II – Application submitted and complete by
- Regular Decision – Application submitted and complete by
- Early Decision I – Scholarship applications complete by
- Early Decision II – Scholarship applications complete by
- Regular Decision – Scholarship applications complete by
- Early Decision II – Financial Aid application complete by
student to faculty ratio
research projects underway each year
countries represented by the undergraduate student body
admitted students have financial need fully covered
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October 4, 2021
students, according to Chancellor Andrew D. Martin. This funding will allow the university to achieve its goal of adopting a need-blind undergraduate admissions policy, effective immediately.
September 3, 2021
event, or emailing with a member of the admissions staff) as a factor in making admission decisions or in the admission decision process. In doing so, we can create and implement a truly equitable admissions process and support our goal to build a community of talented and diverse young people.