The Graduate Experience
On campus and off, you’re bound to find unique opportunities and pleasant surprises.
The Liberman Graduate Center
One of the reasons so many graduate students feel at home at WashU is the Liberman Center, which administers graduate-focused programming, facilitates over 20 graduate student groups, and provides a place for graduate students to strengthen interdisciplinary ties.Learn More about Liberman
New on Campus
Our commitment to excellent facilities that foster interdisciplinary growth is embodied in our redesign of Bryan Hall. Learn more about the Driving Discovery campaign and plans for new buildings on campus.Driving Discovery
For most graduate students, where you'll live is one of the most important concerns. Quadrangle is here to help you find the right neighborhood, and the right home, for you. Need a kitty door? A nursery? Maybe you want a vibrant night life, or a quiet street. There are many choices, and experts to help you get to know our properties and neighborhoods.Quadrangle Website
St. Louis Neighborhoods
With a plethora of unique neighborhoods and a variety of housing options, it’s easy to find a place that feels like home in St. Louis. Below are some resources to get you started!Read More
The Graduate Student with Children discussion group has put together this list to let other student parents know about on-campus resources and activities available on campus. Please visit the appropriate websites for the most up-to-date information.Browse Resources for Families
Diversity & Inclusion
The Center of Diversity and Inclusion supports and advocates for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students from underrepresented and/or marginalized populations, creates collaborative partnerships with campus and community partners, and promotes dialogue and social change among all students.Learn More
Health & Wellness
Student Health Services is located in the Health and Wellness Center in The Nathan Dardick House (terrace level) at the corner of Shepley Drive and Big Bend Boulevard, on the South 40.Learn More
Sumers Fitness Center
The primary area for individual cardio and strength training, the Gary M. Sumers Fitness Center is located below the main concourse on Level 2 of the Sumers Rec Center.Learn More
The GradCareers website provides comprehensive information on exploring your career options, developing professional skills to succeed in your career, and prepare for the job search.Visit GradCareers
Discover all St. Louis has to offer.
The city of St. Louis is one of our best assets; offering a diverse and active culture, thriving innovation and civic communities that seeks out WashU often in partnership, all in one of the most affordable major metros in the country.
Our graduate students rave about St. Louis: it’s affordable, from housing to entertainment and culture. The Zoo, Missouri History Museum and St. Louis Art Museum all boast free admission, and our cost of living is consistently one of the lowest nationally. That means an excellent quality of life even on a budget.
Explore St. Louis
Visit for maps of Downtown, Metro Area, Midtown, Downtown Clayton & Forest ParkSt. Louis Attractions Map
Housed in the 600,000 square-foot former International Shoe Company, the museum is an eclectic mixture of children’s playground, funhouse, surrealistic pavilion, and architectural marvel made out of unique, found objects.Visit City Museum
The Fabulous Fox Theatre first opened in 1929 as a movie palace. The theatre was reopened in 1982, and today it is one of the most exquisite venues in the country to enjoy live touring Broadway shows, concerts, and comedians. The Fabulous Fox strives to provide St. Louis audiences with the best of everything and something for everyone.Visit Fox Theater
The Gateway Arch
The Gateway Arch symbolizes Thomas Jefferson’s vision of a United States that expanded from Atlantic to Pacific.Visit The Arch
The St. Louis Municipal Opera Theatre is an amphitheatre located in St. Louis, Missouri. The theatre seats 11,000 people with approximately 1,500 free seats in the last nine rows that are available on a first come, first served basis.Visit The Muny
Peabody Opera House
Peabody Opera House is a historic, 3100 seat theater in the heart of downtown St. Louis. Originally opened in 1934, the Peabody Opera House stage has welcomed some of entertainment’s greatest performers, including Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones.Visit Peabody
St. Louis Art Museum
The Saint Louis Art Museum collects, presents, interprets, and conserves works of art of the highest quality across time and cultures; educates, inspires discovery, and elevates the human spirit; and preserves a legacy of artistic achievement for the people of St. Louis and the world.Visit SLAM
St. Louis Zoo
The Saint Louis Zoological Park, commonly known as the Saint Louis Zoo, is a zoo in Forest Park in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. It is recognized as a leading zoo in animal management, research, conservation, and education.Visit St. Louis Zoo
Office of the Ombuds
Confidential, impartial, informal, and independent conflict resolution and problem-solving assistance.
Bias Report & Support Systems
Anyone who has experienced or witnessed incidents of bias, can report their experiences to the university.
Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention
The RSVP Center is a community health resource committed to prevention education, response, support & empowerment for victims of relationship & sexual violence.