As part of its sustained commitment to removing financial barriers for admitted undergraduate students, WashU will adopt a “no-loan” financial aid policy.
We’re proud to be ranked #1 for financial aid The Princeton Review! Access to quality education should be attainable for all, and our commitment to supporting our students’ dreams and aspirations goes beyond the classroom.
WashU is a proud member of the STARS College Network – a coalition of 16 of the nation’s leading universities and colleges who are redoubling our efforts to engage, support, and build pathways for students from small-town and rural America.
The Taylor Family Center will create new opportunities for first-generation and limited-income undergraduate students to connect with mentors, strengthen social and professional networks, explore purpose-driven internships, and develop financial literacy.
WashU alumna and Emerita Trustee Joyce Buchheit and her husband, Chauncy Buchheit, have made a gift to help the university attract more talented students from rural communities in Missouri and southern Illinois.
The First Year Center is now known as Student Transitions & Family Programs, a reflection of the department’s expanded role.
WashU has extended our test optional policy for applicants for classes that will enter in Fall 2023 and Fall 2024.
Admissions and Student Financial Services stand in solidarity with the victims of murder, marginalization, anti-Blackness, and oppression – and with those who seek justice through protests across our country.