Find Your Balance Through Recreation
Learn through Work
Currently, over 1,000 WashU students work within the Division of Student Affairs in roles as varied as academic tutors, administrative support, Resident Assistants and in graduate fellowships. These WashU undergraduate and graduate students contribute their time and talents to the campus community enhancing the student experience while gaining valuable part-time work experience. National research indicates that students who work are more academically successful because of the skills and experiences they obtain on the job. Skills that also help them acquire employment after graduation. Students interested in working in the division should reach out to our individual offices and ask about employment opportunities.
Student Affairs Program Spotlight: University Student Affairs Advisory Board
The University Student Affairs Student Advisory Board (USAAB) exists to provide open dialogue and discussion between Washington University students and Senior Administration. This twenty-five member board, open to both graduate and undergraduate students, will meet once monthly and has been charged with providing deliberate input to the university regarding out-of-classroom experiences and general student life issues on critical or time-sensitive matters.