Interested in working in orientation, transition, and retention? Apply for our Coordinator for Student Transitions which works with (1) implementing orientation and transition programs, (2) supervising student leaders and (3) events, programs, and interventions around first-year students, gap-year students, & other student populations! This position is a great role for entry level professionals and graduating […]
Residential College Director
The Residential College Director (RCD) role is a live-in position that manages the day-to-day community development initiatives and services in an effort to create residential living/learning communities. Multiple positions available for this role. Unit Residential Life Job Requisition Number JR72864 To view a detailed job description and to apply for this position, visit WashU Jobs. […]
Coordinator, Education and Compliance
The Department of Campus Life is a unit within the Division of Student Affairs at Washington University in St. Louis. It interacts with student facing programs and initiatives in three distinct co-curricular areas: programming, advising, and resources. Through Campus Life, Student Union, the undergraduate student government is advised and supported and Washington University currently has […]
Taylor Family Center for Student Success to set ‘new standard’ for universities
Andrew Taylor, a Washington University in St. Louis emeritus trustee, and his wife, Barbara, have made a $15 million gift to establish the Taylor Family Center for Student Success which will
create new opportunities for first-generation and limited-income undergraduate students.
New course promotes open dialogue, freedom of speech
Dialogue Across Difference funded by $1 million pledge from The McGowan Family Foundation
Gonzalez elected to lead NASPA
The National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) board of directors has elected Anna Gonzalez, vice chancellor for student affairs at Washington University in St. Louis, as its next board chair.
Washington People: Kris Campa
An Ervin Scholar steps up to lead the program Kris Campa stepped to the podium at the recent 35th anniversary celebration of the John B. Ervin Scholars Program, aware of the weight of the moment and the rich history behind an effort that he had just begun to lead. Like the directors who came before […]
Anna Gonzalez Candidate for 2024-2025 NASPA Board Chair Election
NASPA–Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, the leading association for the advancement, health, and sustainability of the student affairs profession, proudly announces that Anna Gonzalez, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Washington University in St. Louis (WashU), has been approved by the NASPA Board of Directors as a candidate for the upcoming Board Chair election.
University gets top score on Campus Pride Index
The Source article Washington University in St. Louis has earned five out of five stars on the Campus Pride Index, a tool run by the national nonprofit group Campus Pride that measures LGBTQ programs, policies and practices at 400 U.S. colleges and universities. Washington University received top marks for its campus safety, counseling, academic life […]
Director of Career Communities & Career Development
The Director of Career Communities and Development will have the following goals: (1) develop a new career advising model for campus that supports early career exploration, Career Communities advising…
Director of Business Engagement
The Director of Business Engagement will have the following goals: (1) develop a business engagement model for campus that supports talent recruitment and the cultivation and stewardship of industry partners…
WashU breaks new ground with class of 2026
Twenty percent of the class is Pell Grant eligible, and 15 percent are first-generation students. View the full story at St. Louis Magazine.
Feels like home: ResLife for the win
Washington University creates exceptional residential experiences for students by building living and learning communities that cultivate a sense of family and fun — and that have been recognized as being second to none.
Sheryl Mauricio promoted to associate vice chancellor for student affairs
The Source article Sheryl Mauricio, associate dean for student conduct and community standards, has been promoted to associate vice chancellor for student affairs, announced Anna Gonzalez, vice chancellor for student affairs at Washington University in St. Louis. In her new role, Mauricio will oversee the Office of Residential Life, Summer Program and Conference Services and […]
Stan Sweeney joins Student Affairs as Executive Director of Campus Life
Stan Sweeney has been named executive director for Campus Life, following a national search, according to Anna Gonzalez, vice Chancellor of Student Affairs. Sweeney, who began May 16, was formerly Director of the Kilcawley Center Student Union at Youngstown State University. “We are thrilled to welcome Stan Sweeney to the WashU community,” stated vice chancellor […]
Sean Spinks named Danforth Scholars director
Sean Spinks, former director of academic success at Harris-Stowe State University, has been appointed director of the Danforth Scholars program at Washington University in St. Louis, according to Anna Gonzalez, vice chancellor for student affairs. Spinks, who began Feb. 1, is the program’s first full-time director. The program has been led since 2015 by Jeffery […]
Danforth Campus to move to unified Career Center
Read more about this announcement in The Source.
Spring 2022 COVID-19 Town Hall
January 19, 2022Moderator: Anna Gonzalez, PhD, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Sabrina Brown appointed director of Deneb STARS program
Sabrina M. Brown, former interim executive director of academic engagement at Harris-Stowe State University, has been appointed director of the Deneb STARS program at Washington University in St. Louis, according to Anna Gonzalez, vice chancellor for student affairs. Brown joined the university in January. The Deneb STARS program was launched in 2016 by associate provost […]
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Most previous departmental websites are still available in an archived format. That means you can still view the site and log in to access content, even though the site is no longer viewable by browsers. This can be helpful in case you notice that there’s material you need to download or view from the old […]