Spring flowers in Brookings Quadrangle

Dear Colleague –

Spring has sprung in STL, and we wish we could be on campus to enjoy lunch in the Quad or a walk through the cherry blossoms. We are hopeful to return to WashU soon and expect that this fall will feel a lot more “normal”  — although, as Chancellor Martin says, “normal” is now a relative term. 

We know you have questions, and we’ve compiled some resources for you and your students below. As always, thank you for all that you do for your students and us here at WashU.  

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any and all questions at admissions@wustl.edu. Thank you for your diligence, partnership, and dedication. Your efforts are immensely invaluable to the work that we do to make college possible for students.

Emily L. Almas
Assistant Vice Provost & Director of Admissions

For your seniors

  • You can view your students’ admissions decisions on Slate.org.
  • Admitted students have until May 3 to submit their Acceptance Form & Enrollment Deposit (if applicable) via the WashU Pathway. All admitted student events are posted in the Admitted Student Events Portal.

For your juniors and sophomores

  • We have extended our test-optional policy for all fall 2022 applicants. 
  • Our campus is closed to prospective student visitors right now, and we will let you know as soon as this changes. In the meantime, we do have virtual visit opportunities such as live information sessions and student-led virtual tours, and are regularly adding additional special programming. We will be offering our series of Road to College programming again this May and will send more information to your students soon.
  • If you have questions or have a special virtual visit request, please contact us via email.

For you