Your love of learning didn’t stop when you graduated — and there’s no reason you can’t keep learning and having new experiences with WashU! Travel the world with other alumni, parents, and friends or stay home and browse online and in-person learning opportunities in your area.
Travel with WashU
Join alumni, parents, and friends and travel to destinations near and far to experience new cultures or revisit favorite cities. Faculty members lead a handful of trips each year, offering valuable insight and expertise as you take in the sights.
No matter where you are, tune in for expert lectures by faculty and alumni on any subject you can imagine.
Upcoming educational Events
Hear from alumni and faculty experts in the comfort of your own home and on your own schedule.
The Alumni Association YouTube channel hosts recordings of faculty and alumni lectures and discussions. Check out some of our recent uploads.
The Intersection of Art and Science with Shelley Smith, MBA ’08
Wednesdays with WashU featuring Komal Shah
Learning never retires.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Washington University in St. Louis offers a variety of intellectually challenging courses in the liberal arts and sciences for students ages 50 or older. Courses are noncredit and there are no exams or grades.