Want to deepen your WashU engagement? There are many ways to support and strengthen the WashU community.

Join the WashU Eliot Society and become an Eliot Society Committee volunteer.

Host a salon reception featuring a university or local speaker in your home, office, or club.

Undertake, on behalf of Washington University, civic and community activities through a WashU Engage event.

Join WashU CNX and mentor current students.

Visit campus and speak to a student organization or club.

Foster fellowship and promote well being across the WashU LGBTQIA+ community.

Network with alumni in the Black Alumni Council and assist WashU in its recruitment of African American students.

Volunteer with the Alumni and Parents Admission Program (APAP) if you are an undergraduate alumna/us.

Join your reunion committee.

Assume an active role with a WashU Network based on your city, profession, or shared culture/interest .

Acknowledge alumni who have demonstrated personal, community, and/or university achievements by nominating them for a Distinguished Alumni Award.

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Susan CohenAssociate Vice Chancellor for Alumni and Constituent Engagement