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.
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.
You can now start the first-year Common Application and Coalition Application and begin your application for admission to #WashU26!
WashU has renewed its commitment to the American Talent Initiative (ATI)’s Accelerating Opportunity campaign, a nationwide effort to graduate an additional 50,000 low- and moderate-income students from ATI member colleges and universities by 2025.
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.