Spring flowers in Brookings Quadrangle

Dear Colleague –

As the school year comes to a close and we’re all looking forward to summer, we wanted to take a few moments to share some resources and opportunities for you and your students from your friends at WashU.

Also, we want to recognize your determination and dedication in helping students navigate a year filled with uncertainty. We value you and sincerely thank you for the work that you do to make college possible for students!

Emily L. Almas
Assistant Vice Provost & Director of Admissions

For you

We hope you had the chance to attend one of our Counselor Coffee Chats this spring. We enjoyed the opportunity to connect with you, answer your questions, and share with you what makes WashU so special.

If you weren’t able to attend, or you’d like to watch the webinars again, please use the links below to access the recorded programs.

  • A Day in the Life – Student Panel
    A panel of current WashU students share about their experiences outside of the classroom. 
  • Ask the Directors
    Emily Almas, Director of Undergraduate Admissions, and Mike Runiewicz, Director of Student Financial Services, discuss how we can best support students throughout the application process

For your rising seniors

On-Campus Visit Experience

We are excited to announce the return of WashU Walk-Through, a time-limited, outdoor experience on campus. We offered this experience for admitted students in April, and now are able to offer it throughout the summer to fall 2022 applicants. Click here for a calendar of available dates and times. Space is limited and registration is required.

WashU Preview

Our fall fly-in program will be virtual again this year. WashU Preview is designed to connect diverse students (such as underrepresented students of color, first-generation to college students, and students from low-income backgrounds) with our collaborative, innovative, and passionate community.

For all students

Virtual Visit Experiences

Share this link for our full virtual summer calendar with your students!

Virtual Information Session & Student Panel

A perfect place to start! Our information session & student panel is an introduction to WashU, which also includes plenty of time for Q&A. 

Guided Virtual Campus Tour

Learn more about the student experience at WashU with a guided virtual tour of campus led by a current student. 

Virtual Academic Sessions

Explore our undergraduate programs within the College of Arts & Sciences, McKelvey School of Engineering, Olin Business School, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, and Beyond Boundaries.