What is need-blind admissions?

We hope that you have heard the great news that WashU has adopted a need-blind admissions policy. Ronné Turner, vice provost for admissions and financial aid explains what this means for applicants. 

Refer a friend

Do you enjoy personalizing the admissions process for applicants as an APAP volunteer? Please encourage your WashU friends (undergraduate alumni and parents of current undergraduates) to sign up to help, too! Students and their families are more eager than ever to make connections with alumni and current parents. Anyone who received an undergraduate degree from […]

Key messages for applicants

Before you meet virtually with students, please familiarize yourself with the key messages we would like you to share with them. You can refer to these at any time on the first page of the Admissions Information Guide.   • At WashU, you’ll be  pushed—an inspired—to do great things, in ways that both celebrate and […]

In case you missed the Kick-Off

We hope that many of you were able to attend the APAP and Admissions Kick-Off last month. In case you missed it, you can view the APAP portion of the event and review the demographic information for the Class of 2025 that we covered.


Thank you so much for all the interviews you are conducting!  We are in the thick of our interview season and want to share some reminders: If you have not yet logged into the APAP Volunteer Portal, please do so!  If you are having any trouble, please reach out to the APAP office at apap@wustl.edu […]

Looking for additional interviewers!

APAP alumni volunteers can opt in to conducting additional virtual interviews with applicants outside of their home regions. This helps us expand our geographic presence and make APAP interviews available to more students, particularly in more remote parts of the U.S. and internationally. Please consider conducting additional interviews outside of your committee area. We could […]