First-generation or Limited-Income Services

Provides first-generation or limited-income students with professional mentorship, guidance, and real-world experiences throughout their four years to prepare them for success at WashU and beyond.

Student Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

Supports programs, services, and curricula which provide students with the tools to engage in productive and inclusive dialogue and navigate the world with confidence and self-awareness.

WashU Student Experience Fund

Supports the highest priorities of the Division of Student Affairs to ensure a best-in-class student experience that fosters the development and well-being of our students and positions them for lifelong success.

Student Health & Well-being Fund

Supports the health and well-being of our students through programs and services, including promotion and prevention, counseling and psychological services, disability resources, relationship and sexual violence prevention, WashU Cares, and Habif Medical Services.  

Career Services

Supports the Career Center and its dynamic programs and resources that position students for success in their fields, including student exploration, career curriculum, coaching, faculty engagement, and employer relations.

Athletics/W Club

Strengthens the student-athlete experience and empowers our highly successful Division III athletics programs by ensuring our talented student-athletes have resources necessary to excel as they train, compete, and lead.

University Libraries

With more than five million books and other holdings and nine libraries on three campuses, the University Libraries provide the scholarly resources and expertise that enable students and faculty to study, conduct research, teach, and explore new paths of knowledge. In addition, our Special Collections help preserve and share rare and unusual books, prints, and […]

Student Success Fund

Allows students with demonstrated need to apply for financial assistance that ensures their successful and robust progression at WashU, including resources for emergency travel, medical expenses not covered by insurance, education-related technology costs, travel or attire for career interviews, and study abroad stipends.