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Upcoming Deadlines

  • Dec. 1

    • Transfer Student – Applications available
  • Dec. 15

    • Early Decision – Admissions and Financial Aid decisions released by
  • Jan. 2

    • Early Decision II – Application submitted by
    • Regular Decision – Application submitted by
    • Early Decision – Candidate reply date
  • Morgan DeBaun

    Alumni Spotlight

    Morgan DeBaun

    CEO of Blavity

    Morgan DeBaun co-founded Blavity, a news and entertainment website featuring stories told from a black point of view.

  • Jennifer R. Smith

    Faculty Spotlight

    Jennifer R. Smith

    Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and Professor of Earth & Planetary Science​s

    Dean Smith is responsible for the university’s liberal arts curriculum as well as every phase of student life, from admission through graduation and onward.

  • Anne Schaefer

    Alumni Spotlight

    Anne Schaefer

    Artist

    Anne Schaefer, a 2001 alumna, was commissioned to create “it comes and it goes,” a 12-panel mural for the new Anabeth and John Weil Hall.

  • Rob Morgan Portrait

    Faculty Spotlight

    Robert Mark Morgan

    Teaching Professor of Drama, Director of the Beyond Boundaries Program

    Director of the Beyond Boundaries program and recipient of the 2018 Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award.

  • Maya Wong Portrait

    Alumni Spotlight

    Maya Wong

    Project Engineer

    When #WashU18 grad Maya Wong stepped onto the job site of Jubel Hall as a project engineer for McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. she had zero first-day jitters – she had been there before.

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student to faculty ratio

3000

research projects underway each year

50

countries represented by the undergraduate student body

100%

admitted students have financial need fully covered

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News & Announcements

  • Fall 2019 WashU Webinar Series

    Learn more about WashU, our city – St. Louis, and hear tips on the application process from students, staff, and faculty.

  • WashU Pledge

    Chancellor Andrew D. Martin announced the WashU Pledge, a bold new financial aid program that will provide a free undergraduate education to incoming, full-time Missouri and southern Illinois students who are Pell Grant eligible or from families with annual incomes of $75,000 or less.

  • Support for Students Affected by Natural Disasters

    If you have been impacted by recent natural disasters, please let us know as we will not allow standard deadlines or requirements to negatively impact your WashU application or the financial aid process.