Join thousands of students for summer at Washington University in St. Louis. Visiting students may choose from day or evening courses with online and face to face options, or immerse in one of our programs.
Washington University's A&S Summer School has an open admission policy for undergraduate courses and welcomes students from other colleges and universities and adults who are seeking career advancement or enrichment. A transcript is not required for students who have earned a high school diploma, or its equivalent, by June. However, all students are expected to have completed the stated course prerequisites.
Visiting students who wish to enroll in an evening, graduate-level course (500 or above) will be prompted at registration to fill out a form to request approval to be in the course.
Undergraduate students in good standing at a U.S. college or university are welcome to enroll online through the Summer School's open admission policy. Undergraduates are strongly encouraged to consult with their home institution advisor prior to registering. Visiting undergraduates may live on or off campus. Learn more about housing options.
International visiting students currently studying on an F-1 or J-1 visa at other U.S. universities may apply to one of our summer programs or register for summer courses in any summer session. All international visiting student enrollments are processed by the Summer School office. You must first complete an international student information form and return it to email@example.com at least one week prior to your desired course start date. If you have additional questions about open enrollment, please contact Christina Zebrowski, (314) 935-4695.
International visiting students who are not associated with a summer program are required to provide proof of housing while in St. Louis. Please contact the Summer Programs & Conference Services office at (314) 935-5015 if you wish to reside on campus.
For questions about your current visa status, please contact Martha Turner, Office of International Students and Scholars, at (314) 935-5991.
International students not currently studying in the U.S. may apply to our International Summer Study Program. The application deadline for all International Summer Study Programs is April 1, 2017.
Working professionals may choose from one of our many evening and weekend or online courses. Explore an interest, apply for one of our many degree or certificate programs, or pursue professional development. In the summer, continuing education students may also enroll in day courses.
Middle and High school students should visit Summer Experiences for information about our residential and non-residential summer middle and high school student programs, and High School College Access for year-round high school programming.
Visiting students interested in taking courses during the fall and spring semesters may participate in the Undergraduate Visiting Student Program in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis.