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November 9 and Beyond

Civic engagement is as relevant to the fabric of our communities today as it was before the election. Join us in building a November 9 and Beyond initiative that helps our Washington University community reflect, learn, listen, and engage with the challenging issues of our time.

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Civic Engagement on Campus

The Gephardt Institute actively encourages voter registration and participation, and supports the cultivation of informed citizens who know what they are voting about, and why.

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2017 IMPACT Conference February 16-19

Washington University hosts the 2017 IMPACT Conference, the largest annual conference focused on the civic engagement of college students in community service, service-learning, community-based research, advocacy and other forms of social action.

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University-wide Blood Drives

Sponsored in partnership with American Red Cross and Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center, blood drives take place four times per academic year, at seven to 10 locations across all campuses.

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Engaged Citizens; Strong Communities.


For undergraduate and graduate students, our programs provide opportunities to deepen your community impact.


We are committed to providing you with the collaboration and support to achieve your objectives.

Faculty & Staff

We support faculty and staff from all schools through partnership development, technical assistance, and funding support.

Alumni Community Service

Strengthen your lifelong commitment to civic and community engagement.