Washington People: Jennifer M. Hudson
Jennifer M. Hudson, program manager for the Washington University Prison Education Project, discusses the project, its animating philosophy and the importance of the liberal arts.
Why It’s Not Too Late To Continue Your Education
Student Misty McElligot at University College at Washington University in St. Louis has five children ages 11-16 and is studying to become an international human rights lawyer.
International Affairs student, Katlyn Keller, recently shared her University College experience and how her professors had such an impact in taking her education to the next level.
Challenging stereotypes, changing lives
A new partnership between WashU and the Texas Graduate Center takes aim at low graduation rates in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley.
University College launches tuition assistance program for surrounding cities, districts
Full-time employees of St. Louis, Clayton and University City and their school districts now may attend University College for half the standard tuition. Charter school employees also are eligible.
Michelle Ellis, recently shared her personal experience about going back to school and how she is able to utilize the skills she learns in the classroom and apply them to her professional and personal life.