Congratulations #WashU24!

Common questions for admitted seniors

We know that for many of your plans for your final semester in high school and visits to all the colleges you have been admitted to have been turned upside down. Keep in mind that while COVID-19 is causing us to think differently about how we engage, at WashU, we can still connect in some creative ways! Be on the lookout for ways to engage with us virtually, so we can celebrate you and all of your accomplishments. And if you have any questions or concerns, we’re only a phone call away.

Q: What if I want to visit before I commit to attend?

A: We would love for you to be able to visit. Unfortunately, we don’t know when we will be able to begin hosting visits again. We encourage you to view our virtual tour, attend a webinar, and engage with us one-on-one through the phone or email. We can answer your questions and help put you in touch with members of our community that can help you make your decision.

Q: What if I can’t submit my enrollment by May 1?

A: We understand that some students may need additional time and that other admitted students are eager to finalize their college plans. Whatever stage you are in, we are happy to work with you. Please reach out to your admissions officer if you have questions or concerns about finalizing your enrollment.

Q: What if my family member would like to talk to someone at the university?

A: Just let your admissions officer know and we will be happy to speak with your family member or put them in touch with a member of our community.

The university continues to closely track the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), and we are committed to ensuring the health and safety of visitors and future WashU students like you, as well as the current WashU students, faculty, and staff. To learn more about our response to COVID-19 and to read our interim visitor policy visit our online resources.

Welcome WashU Class of 2024!

While we’re unable to welcome visitors to campus this spring, we’re still providing and planning exciting ways to get to know the community and campus that could be your home away from home for the next four years! We’re taking all the fun activities we’ve been planning for months and delivering them in a virtual way.

This page will be your one-stop resource to learn about virtual experiences, and it will be updated regularly. In addition, we’ll send you updates via email, text, and social media—be sure to follow us at @WashUAdmissions.

Class of 2024 Admitted Students Network

Watch your email for a custom link to join our new virtual platform.

This exclusive online community provides an opportunity to connect with your classmates, current students, faculty, and alumni. You can ask questions, stream some of our programs, and gain access to information that will only be shared through this platform.  

Student Perspective


Insider information about life at WashU from our student bloggers.

WashU 360 Blog

Explore St. Louis

Many of our St. Louis area attractions are taking their experiences digital! Discover the city we call home from your laptop, phone, or tablet.

Let’s get social

Connect with us on our social accounts:

Use #WashU24 and be sure to tag us!

Virtual Tour

See for yourself why we’re ranked as one of the best college campuses in America!

Pre-recorded information session

Led by Tori Neason, Senior Assistant Director, the general information session broadly covers WashU and its five undergraduate colleges. You’ll hear about the student experience, academic life, special programs, research opportunities, advising, and the admissions and financial aid process.

Other ways to connect with campus

WUSTL Official

Follow the university’s official accounts for the latest news and information:


Follow your academic division to see what your new classmates are up to:

First Year Center

Visit the new students website for everything you need to know before you arrive on campus.

Follow @wufyc on Instagram and Washington University in St. Louis Parents and Families on Facebook for updates.

Student Life

Learning happens everywhere.

Find out about student life at WashU at


Get the latest updates on our scholar athletes at

You can even view live broadcasts of upcoming games!