Our campus resources support our diverse community, with the goal of making our campus community as inclusive as possible.

Physical Accessibility & Accommodations

Gender Inclusion

Resources for Job Seekers

The university participates in the St. Louis Regional Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC), which offers resources for those faculty seeking employment at Washington University. Through HERC, the university also provides resources for employment decisions involving two careers. Visit the HERC website for help with your dual-career job search. For additional assistance, please contact Denise DeCou, Manager, Community Diversity Outreach, Human Resources.

Funding Resources

Learning Resources

  • The Learning Center provides academic support programs such as Peer-Led Team Learning, Residential Peer Mentoring, or other learning programs
  • TRIO Student Support Services, a program that helps students to overcome academic, class, cultural and social barriers in achieving a higher education. Cornerstone connects first-generation college students to leadership programs and offers academic, research and career opportunities.

Digital Accessibility Resource

In support of our mission to “create an inclusive, equitable community,” Washington University in St. Louis is committed to ensuring that its electronic and information technology (EIT) is accessible to students, prospective students, employees and visitors with disabilities.