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Welcome to the Brown School!

The Admitted Student Resources section of our site contains important dates, guidelines and next steps for joining the Brown School. 

Resources will be updated regularly. We encourage you to explore these pages carefully and check back often for updates. 

Confirm Your Intent to Enroll


  • Read the Enrollment Packet to learn all the tasks you need to complete prior to coming to campus this fall.  If you haven't signed up for or taken proficiency exams, please consider doing so as soon as possible.
  • Our August Checklist is available to help you keep track of upcoming to-dos. If you are newly enrolled, you may also want to review our June and July checklists. 
  • Parking Permits are now available for purchase for incoming graduate students. Please visit the WUSTL Parking and Transportation site for your options. (An email was also sent on 7/21 to your @wustl account.)
  • International students should notify the Office of Admissions of their visa status, arrival date and travel plans as soon as possible. You must plan to arrive in St. Louis no later than August 18, 2021, and earlier arrival is highly recommended. Learn more
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement: For the health and well-being of our community, all Washington University students, faculty and staff must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Learn more.
  • Fall 2021 Learning Format: Guided by public health best practices, we will establish a hybrid learning format for this fall. The hybrid format will mean that some of your courses will be taught in person, on campus. Others will be taught online, via Zoom and Canvas platforms, with both synchronous (live) and asynchronous (recorded) content, in accordance with the professor’s preferred format and syllabus. Learn more

Events for Admitted Students and Incoming Students

Our Community & Resources

Policies for Incoming Students

Notice: This information is for our Fall 2021 cohort. Instructions will be updated for Fall 2022 students in early 2022.