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Your dreams start here
With over 100 fields of study, special academic programs, and the flexibility to take classes across disciplines: WashU can create an undergraduate experience that fits you.Find your program
Leveling the playing field
College admission based on your abilities, not on your ability to pay.
WashU has announced the Gateway to Success Initiative, a $1 Billion additional financial aid commitment from the university that allows us to be immediately and forever “need blind” in our admission process for first-year domestic applicants. Your ability to pay tuition will never be part of the admission decision process.
In addition, we no longer consider demonstrated interest as a factor in making admissions decisions.
And, we have extended our test optional policy for applicants through 2024.
WashU is committed to meeting 100% of demonstrated need so you can be 100% focused on chasing your dreams and realizing your ambitions. We know college is a big investment, which is why we have created several initiatives to set our students up for success during their time at WashU and beyond.
We’re a community of individuals who can tackle any challenge.
Our community celebrates the diversity on our campus and comes together to learn more about one another and listen to each other’s ideas.
WashU students are ready to change the world
Students feel prepared and confident for life after college because they leave WashU with the hard and soft skills to succeed both personally and professionally.
Without hesitation, the community is the reason why I chose WashU. From the moment I stepped on campus, I felt this overwhelming sense of kindness and positivity. I knew not only would I love it here and have such a good time, but I would grow as a person and student.Emily, Class of 2024