No matter where your degree takes you, you will always belong to the Washington University community. You may only be a student for four years, but you will be an alumna or alumnus for life!
We’ve collected a few programs and resources available to WashU students that help you meet and network with alumni, find potential mentors, and prepare for life beyond our beautiful campuses.
Student employment opportunities
Browse openings for reunion internships, the student call center, and work study positions within University Advancement.
All current students are encouraged to join WashU CNX (pronounced “WashU Connects”), the university’s official online networking platform for alumni, current undergraduate and graduate students, and other university community members. Join a discussion group, seek career advice from an alumna or alumnus in your field, or find an internship opportunity.
Washington University boasts more than 30 alumni networks across the country and around the world. As a current student, you are invited to attend alumni network events in your city or region and make valuable connections with alumni.
For graduating students
“Almost Alumni” series
Alumni and Constituent Engagement staff work closely with members of the senior class to host this series of spring events featuring tips and advice for seniors. Past topics have included: the value of networking with alumni; financial planning 101; and advice from favorite WashU professors and administrators.
Graduating Student Toast
All graduating undergraduate and graduate students are invited to join Chancellor Andrew D. Martin for a toast as he announces the Commencement speaker for 2022.
Senior Class Gift
Join the tradition and help future generations of WashU students as you have been helped. Contribute to your Senior Class Gift, organized by the Senior Class Council.
Be a part of the tradition! Across the world, Washington University students and alumni wear their WashU rings with pride.