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San Diego Regional Campaign Kickoff:On March 25, 2015 more than 165, alumni, parents, and friends celebrated together.
The university's schools help prepare promising young men and women to become leaders for the next generation.
Washington University has many exciting resources and programs available to alumni, parents and friends.
Major interdisciplinary centers and initiatives support the university’s mission of teaching, research and service to address wide-ranging societal challenges.
Sharing your time and skills as a volunteer strengthens your ties to Washington University, supports its students and helps sustain its mission.
A volunteer with APAP listens closely as he interviews a prospective undergraduate student.
Events are held all year long for alumni, parents and friends - on campus and off, not only in St. Louis but across the country and around the world.
ASK (Alumni and Parents Sharing Knowledge) is a meaningful networking experience featuring established Washington University alumni and parents. See our events listings to find an ASK event near you.
Give in the way that matches your interests - and suits you best. Explore the options, and let us know how we can help.
Get Your WashU Tote Bag Today!Don't miss your opportunity to get a WashU Tote Bag! Make a gift to the 2014-15 Annual Fund by June 30th, and you will receive this tote bag as a thank you gift.
Gifts of any amount are welcome, and you may designate your gift to the school, program or scholarship of your choice.
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Bags will be mailed in July.
Rob Lowenthal, BSBA ’98, is challenging all alumni to make a gift to the Annual Fund by June 30. If 1,500 more alumni contribute, he’ll give an additional $50,000. Your gift – of any amount – will count towards this challenge. Make a gift Learn more about the Lowenthal Challenge