The Washington University Prison Education Project (PEP) offers a college education to incarcerated students at the Missouri Eastern Correctional Center (MECC) in Pacific, Missouri, and the Women’s Eastern Reception, Diagnostic and Correctional Center (WERDCC) in Vandalia, Missouri. Established in 2014, PEP is a fully accredited degree program granting Associate in Arts and Bachelor of Science […]
Helps Olin Business School attract and retain top graduate students from across the country, regardless of their financial circumstances.
Gifts to the OLLI General Fund provide assistance for all routine expenses and other expenses associated with maintaining and improving the delivery of programs.
Gifts to the OLLI Scholarship Fund are used to subsidize enrollment fees for those who would like to participate but require monetary assistance.
Provides financial support to help attract and retain outstanding graduate students in the field of engineering.
Provides undergraduate students with resources to engage in professional development activities such as career treks, professional organization dues, and business professional attire. The goal of this fund is to ensure that students with demonstrated financial need are able to fully experience Olin Business School as their peers do.
Provides a supportive community while establishing connections and promoting career development opportunities for alumnae, students, faculty, and staff who identify as female—with the purpose of attracting more women into engineering programs.
Provides flexible resources to help the dean and the Office of Student Affairs address emergency needs for students, including but not limited to unexpected medical bills, rent, and extra expenses incurred due to unforeseen circumstances.