Alumni and parents across the country are invited to join us for a thought-provoking group discussion on the universally acclaimed Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates.
Reserve a car by the hour for community service. Submit a request and receive and approval code.
Receive support for your civic and community engagement initiatives.
A two year program of intensive leadership training and mentorship to prepare for a life dedicated to public service.
An ongoing effort to capture the breadth of civic engagement and community service initiatives undertaken by WashU.
Community-engaged teaching, or service-learning, includes course content and assignments led by faculty.
Tutoring services for St. Louis K-12 students providing helping hands and mentors.
Annual service award recognizing community members who exemplify a character of service & giving to the St. Louis region.
A program providing $5000 summer stipends for community-based internships in the St. Louis region.
Provides tutoring and enrichment experiences for young women.
Assist students who are concerned about hunger and homelessness issues at the local or national level.
One credit courses within the Political Science Department that show how to turn passion into action.
Engage with community and school organizations in hopes of transforming the lives of St. Louis youth.
Volunteer opportunities involving high-needs urban school districts through classroom field trips to WashU for enrichment experiences and exposure to college life.
LTS is one of the university’s annual pre-orientation programs for new students.
Discover the richness of your new home through a half-day experience of service and engagement.
Community Engagement Fellow Professor Bob Hansman leads eye-opening tours of St. Louis.
Fellowships with the City of St. Louis Mayor's Office enable recent college graduates to contribute to civic efforts in the region.
Student-led service trips provide transformative experience through deeper understanding of social issues.
Donate blood or volunteer at four university-wide blood drives.