All student services will continue to be available remotely during this time. Please visit students.wustl.edu to learn more about the resources available to you as a WashU student.
If I need to work in order to help pay for tuition, room and board, will the university help me find a job where I live?
As a student at Washington University, you are always welcome to utilize the services provided by the Career Center. To learn more or to get in touch with the Career Center, visit the Career Center online.
I have an accommodation through Disability Resources. Will I still receive my accommodation?
Yes. Disability Resources is available to support you through this situation via virtual communication. You may arrange phone and Zoom appointments to occur during business hours (8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. CST) by emailing email@example.com.
I will not be able to work at my on-campus job – what can I do?
Dayschool Undergraduate Students: If you are receiving need-based aid, we will provide a University Grant to cover your “lost” earnings and we will calculate your lost earnings based on your actual earnings during the spring semester, prior to March 9. We will begin providing funds the week of 3/23.
Graduate/UCollege Students: If you are a graduate student, please contact the Graduate Aid office for your program. See a list of graduate aid contacts.
What counseling and support resources are available?
We understand some community members may feel anxious about this evolving public health situation or have concerns about friends and family living in areas currently experiencing the outbreak. Here are some available resources:
- Please see a message about health and well-being from Kirk Dougher, Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Support and Wellness.
- Students on the Danforth Campus may contact Habif Health and Wellness Center at 314-935-6695 for assistance. Learn more about Habif’s modified operations during COVID-19 and see a video message from Dr. LeBlanc.
- Students may utilize TAO, Therapy Assisted Online for additional support related to anxiety, depression and other common concerns.
- The Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) Center is available during business hours at firstname.lastname@example.org and 314-935-3445, and 24/7 at 314-935-5555 for urgent issues.
- Students on the Medical Campus may contact Student Health Services.
- Faculty and staff may contact the university’s employee assistance program, Work-Life Solutions.
- Support for individuals affected by bias is also available, and any member of the community can report a bias incident or related concerns.