Interview updates and deadlines

All interviews during this season will be conducted by video conference or phone.   If your chair assigns an interview to you, you will receive an email that will ask you to log in to the Volunteer Portal to accept or decline the interview. Please be sure to check email on a regular basis, including […]

Meet the class of 2025

The Class of 2025 has 1,988 students from 49 states and 20 countries.  You can learn more about the university’s largest and most diverse  class by checking out the Class of 2025 Profile.  

Farewell, Sarah

We bid a fond farewell to Sarah Scribner, MSW ’19, who has been the APAP coordinator of events and volunteers since March 2020. She joined our staff just days before we began remote operations and has made a huge impact on APAP, Admissions, and University Advancement. She has accepted a position as project manager with Steadfast City […]

APAP Volunteer Portal

Have you logged into the Portal yet?  If not, you are missing opportunities to participate in APAP activities. The APAP Volunteer Portal is the hub of all APAP participation and where you will manage interview assignments (alumni) and your volunteer activities (alumni and parents).   In order to access the Portal, you will need a WUSTL Key and […]

WashU adopts need-blind admissions policy

Chancellor Andrew D. Martin recently announced that the university will make an unprecedented $1 billion investment in financial aid for students.  This funding will allow the university to achieve its goal of adopting a need-blind undergraduate admissions policy, effective immediately.

What’s new in APAP

Welcome to the 2021-22 Alumni and Parents Admission Program (APAP) season! My name is Jason Lewis, BSBA ’07, JD ’13, and I am honored to return as your APAP executive chair. I have also served as chair for the St. Louis central committee for the past several years. I am excited to share my enthusiasm […]