We aim to foster inclusive excellence by creating an environment where every WashU community member can reach their full potential. We want every person who studies, teaches, or works on our campuses to have the resources they need in order to succeed, learn and grow.

Learning Opportunities

By developing awareness and understanding of our own perceptions and impact, we aim to create a more inclusive community.


Danforth Campus Accessibility Maps

The online campus map provides accessibility information, such as the locations of accessible entrances, elevators, and power assist doors. It also provides information about accessible parking and routes.

Digital Accessibility

Washington University strives to make our web content accessible for all site visitors, including people who have physical or cognitive impairments and those using assistive technology.

Disability Resources

Disability Resources (DR) is the official resource for students on the Danforth Campus who have disabilities or suspected disabilities. DR is dedicated to ensuring that every student with a disability will have equal access to our campus and academic programs whether they are an undergraduate, graduate, professional, or continuing education student.

Distinguished Visiting Scholars Program

The Distinguished Visiting Scholars program brings to Washington University historically underrepresented scholars who have distinguished themselves as leaders and innovators.

Event Accommodations Fund

Student organizations and academic departments in need of funding to defray accommodations expenses for events speakers and attendees with disabilities may apply for funding.

Faculty and Staff Well-Being

The WashU employee experience embraces a culture of care. Our missions are rooted in serving others, and to do that, it is important to take care of ourselves too. Explore Employee Wellness Programs, mental health resources, family care support, and financial tools.

Family Care Resources

Knowing that family members are safe and well-cared for is the cornerstone of healthy work-life balance. Washington University is committed to providing the support you need to navigate the systems that provide care.

Gender Equity and Title IX Compliance Office

The Gender Equity and Title IX Compliance Office is committed to responding to gender and sex discrimination – including sexual harassment and sexual violence – in an effective and timely manner. We are equally committed to ensuring any individuals involved in these incidents will be treated fairly and respectfully.

Policies and Guides

We are committed to maintaining an inclusive environment for all members of the Washington University community. Our policies support and protect diversity and inclusion at the university.

Resources at the School of Medicine

These resources are intended to help groups and individuals across the medical campus learn more about matters related to diversity, equity and inclusion.