​​Admitted Students Week

Admitted Students Week 2023 was held March 27 – April 1. You can find an overview of the weeks schedule and links to sessions recordings below.

Schedule of Events

Monday, March 27

A look ahead to the week’s programming
Registrants received an email from our office detailing the week’s events, as well as links to pre-recorded content.

Tuesday, March 28

A preview of Brown School Student Life

  • 4:15 PM: Peer Mentor Panel – Virtual and In-Person – Brown Hall Room 118

Wednesday, March 29

A virtual welcome from our community, curriculum overviews, and an international student panel

Thursday, March 30

A virtual curriculum overview for MSP students

Friday, March 31

An opportunity to meet our Student Ambassadors

  • 12:00 PM: Student Ambassador Drop-In Office Hours (virtual)

A documentary screening & discussion

  • 6:00 PM: The Kinloch Doc Screening & Discussion – Brown Lounge, 2nd Floor Brown Hall
  • Through the eyes of former/current residents, former and current local officials, and scholars, this film shows the implications of two major political decisions – a city merger and the Lambert Airport buyout – on the life of this all Black north county suburb of St. Louis, Missouri. Learn more.

Saturday, April 1 – A day of in-person programming on our beautiful St. Louis campus.

The event included the following sessions:  

  • 8:00 AM: Check-In, Grab & Go Breakfast
  • 9:00 AM: Welcome
  • 9:30 AM: Curriculum Overviews
  • 10:30 AM: Faculty Roundtables (with Molly Metzger, Molly Pearson, Darrell Hudson, Dalychia Saah, Barry Rosenberg, Lorien Carter)
  • 11:30 AM: Networking Fair
  • 12:00 PM: Lunch
  • 1:00 PM: Student Panel – Watch on YouTube​ or Watch the Zoom Cloud Recording
  • 2:00 PM: Closing Social/Optional Brown School tours

Things to Do in St. Louis

If you’ll be visiting from out of town, we encourage you to spend some time exploring our city.

    • Learn more about St. Louis here.

    • Explore Forest Park, a highly rated urban park just across the street from our campus, here.

    • Want to extend your visit to St. Louis? Check out these upcoming events.

    • St. Louis is a great place to grab a bite. Explore the STL dining scene here. The closest neighborhoods to campus are Clayton, the Central West End, and University City/Delmar Loop.


There are plenty of places to stay around town, but here are a few nearby hotels to get you started. Be sure to ask if they have a discounted rate for WashU visitors—some hotels do!