- ADA Accommodations
Learn about accessibility on campus as well as how to request a disability accommodation.
- Campus Next
Learn about major construction projects and renovations and how they may affect parking or your work day.
- Diversity & Inclusion
Contains information on initiatives, training, and ways to become involved in diversity and inclusion at the university. Visit Diversity Groups to see organizations for staff and faculty.
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Washington University provides a Work/Life Services and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to all benefits eligible employees and their dependents.
- Faculty & Staff Resources
A collection of university and community resources for faculty and staff including Administrative Resources, Campus Resources, Family Care, and Campus Activities.
- First-Generation Faculty and Staff Directory
As part of WashU’s commitment to support First-Generation College Students, the Office of Student Affairs and TRIO Student Support Services is leading the effort to compile a list of First-Generation Faculty and Staff.
- Gephardt Institute
Civic and community engagement touches the entire campus community. Community-based resources for faculty and staff include university-wide initiatives, funding for civic engagement projects, partnership development, and technical assistance.
- Human Resources
The HR site provides information about job opportunities, benefits, learning & development, policies and other resources and information for staff.
- Lifelong Learning Institute
A wide variety of courses that emphasize peer learning and active class participation by senior adults (55+)
- Parking & Transportation: Commute Options
Meet with the Alternative Transportation Coordinator to find the best option(s) for your commute to and from work.
SPIN-IT was designed to create a foundation for professional growth for current and prospective employees and students who are pursuing or may pursue a career path in IT.
- Staff Ombuds
Established in 2015, the staff ombuds provides confidential, impartial, informal, and independent conflict resolution and problem-solving assistance to all university staff. Contact your Virtual Ombuds Team.
- Toastmasters International
We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth.
Toast of WU, West Campus
WUSTL Speaks, Danforth Campus
- School of Continuing and Professional Studies (CAPS)
CAPS, formerly University College, offers professional and continuing education to adult students seeking to earn a degree at a world-class institution. Students can earn bachelor’s or master’s degrees, associate’s degrees, certificates, take courses for personal enrichment or study on a noncredit basis. The university provides tuition assistance for eligible courses.
- Wellness Champions
We are establishing a diverse and passionate group of employees who are helping us promote the value of our wellness program to their co-workers. A WashU Wellness Champion is someone who is passionate about living a healthy lifestyle and excited about providing motivation and support for their coworkers.
Do you run or participate in a staff-affiliated group at WashU? Whether it’s a civic or professional development organization, book club or running group, we want to know about it!