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Los Angeles Regional Campaign KickoffNearly 300 Los Angeles–area alumni, parents and friends gathered for the first of 30 regional kickoffs.
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.
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Get a Wash U T-Shirt!Don't miss your opportunity to get a Wash U t-shirt! Make a gift to the 2014-15 Annual Fund, and you will receive this Canvas-brand T-shirt made of 100% combed ringspun cotton jersey knit.
Gifts of any amount are welcome, and you may designate your gift to the school, program or scholarship of your choice.> Learn More.
Kent, BS ’61, MBA ’71, and Bonnie Lattig, parents of Thomas Lattig, BS ’87, have established a special challenge opportunity to inspire you to support the Annual Fund. If 3,000, alumni and parent donors make a gift by February 28th, Wash U will receive an additional $100,000.
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