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 through 2024.
- Early Decision I – Admissions and Financial Aid decisions released by
- Early Decision I – Candidate reply date
- Early Decision II – Application submitted by
- Regular Decision – Application submitted by
- Early Decision I – Scholarship applications submitted by
- Early Decision II – Scholarship applications submitted by
- Regular Decision – Scholarship applications submitted by
- Early Decision II – Official school materials from counselors received by
- Regular Decision – Official school materials from counselors received 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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November 1, 2022
The application for Summer 2023 is now open! The all-expenses-paid program will be hosted on WashU’s campus. All food, housing, and activities will be provided free of charge.
September 28, 2022
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.
August 1, 2022
You can now start the first-year Common Application and Coalition Application and begin your application for admission to #WashU27!