Our programs live: at the intersection of it allDiscover Your Path
35th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration
Featuring keynote address by John Baugh (Margaret Bush Wilson Professor in Psychology, Anthropology, Education, English, Linguistics, and African and African-American Studies) “Equality Matters: St. Louisan Contributions in the Quest for Racial Harmony”; and performances by Black Anthology, a WUSTL student-run performance arts show celebrating Black culture; and the Washington University Concert Choir featuring Joseph Mosby, Washington University undergraduate student.Read more on the department site
A Transformative Decade: Convergence, Creativity, CommunityWe are finding new ways to tell our story and create a lasting impact on the world. Welcome to the decade of Arts & Sciences.
Explore the College of Arts & SciencesWe know that breakthroughs—scientific or creative, academic or personal—happen when ideas collide. At the intersection of it all is the College of Arts & Sciences—a school with no limits on what you can study, learn, and achieve.
Student Spotlight: Community EngagementThree recent Arts & Sciences graduates share their experiences with community-engaged courses at Washington University. The courses took students outside of the classroom to work directly on local environmental advocacy, women's health issues, and more.
The university is tracking developments with COVID-19 and remains fully committed to the health and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff.Learn more
Stories Of Incredible People, Research, Learning, and Leadership Happening In Arts & SciencesCheck Out The Ampersand
The fifth episode of the American Democracy Lab podcast features author, lecturer, and journalist Anne Nelson discussing the eroding trust in our democracy.
Arts & Sciences announces plan for new building, launches strategic plan
Coinciding with the launch of the Arts & Sciences strategic plan, Washington University in St. Louis announced plans to construct a new state-of-the-art building for the school.