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Stay connected and engaged.

Learn about what your colleagues are doing now and find ways to stay involved in the WashU community.

Our alumni are Arts & Sciences in action.

Graduates of University College are a valuable part of the distinguished alumni of Washington University. Working in St. Louis, and educated in St. Louis, University College alums remain involved in the fabric of the community long after graduation.

The Alumni and Development for Arts & Sciences Association serves graduates of Washington University, helping them to stay connected by offering career networking, continuing education opportunities, and alumni gatherings. Thousands of alumni, parents and friends around the world donate their time and talent to Washington University. Their work as volunteers builds alumni ties and supports students—and plays a critical role in sustaining and strengthening the University College mission.

Mentorship Program at University College

Through Mentor Collective, University College students have ongoing access to a network of mentors trained to offer guidance and advice. Students will be matched with a personal mentor based on common academic interests, career goals, life challenges, and experiences.

Learn more about Mentor Collective at University College and how you can become a mentor.

Mentor Collective at University College

Keep a lifelong connection

Commencement is not the end of your relationship with Washington University - merely the end of one chapter, and the start of another. Arts & Sciences is proud to offer information on opportunities for our alumni to stay informed, stay connected, and strengthen their ties with the school and one another.

For more information about ways to build the bond between yourself and Arts & Sciences, please visit Staying Connected or contact a member of the Arts & Sciences Alumni & Development staff.

Michelle Ellis

"Getting a degree from Washington University has opened so many doors for me. I utilize the skills I learned in my current job, in my personal life, and in just about anything that I do."

―Michelle EllisMS in Clinical Research Management, BS with a double major in English & Psychology

See Michelle's story