Congratulations #WashU27!

We are excited to welcome you to WashU!

Check the WashU Pathway and watch your email for invitations to events especially designed to help you get to know the community and campus that could be your home away from home for the next four years.

Let’s get social

Connect with us on our social accounts:

Use #WashU27 and be sure to tag us!

Explore St. Louis

Many of our St. Louis area attractions have gone virtual! Discover the city we call home from your laptop, phone, or tablet.

Explore St. Louis

Virtual Tour

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

Other ways to connect with campus


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:

Campus Stores

Textbooks, merchandise, and a wide range of other items are available in campus stores.

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

Diversity & Inclusion

As a community, we are united in our commitment to justice and racial equity.

Learn about initiatives and ways to get involved at


Get the latest updates on our scholar athletes at

You can even view live broadcasts of upcoming games!

Office for Student Success

The Office for Student Success works with students, staff, and faculty partners to foster a full and fulfilling, engaging and enriching WashU student experience.

QuestBridge Scholars Network

The QuestBridge Scholars Network (QSN) actively builds a community for first generation students from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds on WashU’s campus.

Follow WashU QSN on Instagram – @washu.qsn

Washington University is committed to ensuring the health and safety of future WashU students like you, as well as the current WashU students, faculty, and staff. Learn more about our response to COVID-19.