Wash U Description
A highly selective and high-ranking private school, Washington University in St. Louis is a long respected institution that offers numerous undergraduate and graduate degrees and research opportunities. The campus culture is also vibrant, with many arts and other offerings.
Academics at Washington include the Law, Business, Engineering and Medical schools, as well as a variety of offerings in the visual and liberal arts at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Some of the nation’s top research also takes place at Washington University, with many of its researchers having gone on to become Nobel Laureates. American Culture Studies, Archaeology, Medicine, Environmental Studies and the Social Sciences are some of the fields in which research is regularly conducted by Washington students and faculty.
Arts offerings are also plentiful. A museum, two theatres and a campus music center are some of the arts facilities that provide students with opportunities and entertainment and also attract patrons throughout the St. Louis area.
Since Washington University has been ranked as one of the top ten most selective universities in the nation, students who are accepted usually have exceptionally high grades and test scores.
Numerous forms of financial aid are available, including loans, grants and scholarships for eligible undergraduates and additional sources for graduate students who qualify.
Wash U Students
- Full-Time Undergrad Students
- Freshman Class
- Total Students (Undergrads & Graduate Students)
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Full-Time vs. Part-Time Students
Students Coming From In-State vs. Out-of-State
Gender of Students
Students State Origin
- New York
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