Once you’re admitted to Washington University, we do all we can to make your enrollment a reality. This year, our undergraduates are receiving over $70 million in scholarships and grants from the University.
The Office of Student Accounting is responsible for the distribution of accurate information relating to a student's financial account at Washington University.
Financial Assistance, for many students, is an important consideration in the decision to pursue higher education.
Bear Bucks is a cashless system on the WU ID card which can be used to make purchases on and off campus. Bear Bucks are accepted on all four Washington University in St. Louis campuses. Parents can deposit funds on a students' Bear Bucks account at GuestDeposit.wustl.edu via a credit or debit card. For more information, visit Card Services.
Many students choose to maintain a relationship with their home bank while others opt for the convenience of something local. There are both on-campus and off-campus options for banking and ATM services.
All undergraduate students and full-time graduate students (as defined by your program) on the Danforth Campus are automatically billed for and covered by the Student Health Insurance Plan through the Student Health Fee.