Ask questions, see the sights, take it all in
WashU offers general and academic-specific campus tours and university information sessions. We also host special visit days throughout the year that give students in-depth insight into a particular division and study abroad opportunities, research, internships, and combined studies.
We have campus tours and university information sessions every weekday and select Saturdays. Additionally, each of our schools hosts information sessions throughout the year. You can also schedule an interview or lunch with a current student.
Special Visit Events
Throughout the year, we host special visit days that allow prospective students to align their personal interests with specific academic programs. These visit days offer in-depth insight into study abroad opportunities, research, internships, and combined studies.
We welcome student group visits throughout the year. Please contact our visit experience coordinators to schedule a visit for your group.
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Our admissions officers travel the country to engage with prospective students and answer your questions about the application process and financial aid.WashU Near You
Customize your visit
Our visit coordinators can answer your questions and help with scheduling. Tours can be customized with options to suit your interests, such as sitting in on a class or meeting with a professor, coach, or student.
We also welcome student group visits throughout the year. Call us to schedule your group tour.
Contact our campus visit coordinators
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Sumers welcome center
Welcome to our beautiful campus!
The Sumers Welcome Center is open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. CST and most Saturday mornings from March-November. We’re closed on university holidays. Call our office at 800-638-0700 or 314-935-6000 for more information.Maps and directionsExplore Sumers
July 31, 2019
Come show WashU your artwork at a National Portfolio Day in your area. We want to see your work and talk to you about our Colleges of Art and Architecture.