Campus Tours

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions welcomes prospective undergraduate students Monday through Friday (and many Saturdays) during most of the calendar year. To schedule your visit, call a Visit Coordinator at (800) 638-0700 or (314) 935-6000 or use the Admissions website online scheduling form. Graduate and professional students can contact their school of interest to plan a campus visit.

Washington University in St. Louis is made up of four campuses:

St. Louis Regional Map

Danforth Campus

The Danforth Campus is our main campus at a 169-acre site located west of Forest Park. Forest Park was the site of the 1904 World's Fair and is one of the nation's largest urban parks.

The Danforth Campus is located primarily in unincorporated St. Louis County, just beyond the western edge of the City of St. Louis. More

Medical Campus

Located east of Forest Park in the city of St. Louis the Medical Campus is home to the Washington University School of Medicine and its affiliated hospitals: Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Children's Hospital, Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital, and Central Institute for the Deaf. More

West Campus

Located at 7425 Forsyth Boulevard, 1/2 mile west of the Danforth Campus, in the city of Clayton. Formerly a Famous-Barr department store, the West Campus Facility was acquired by the University in 1990 and first occupied in 1993. West Campus houses University administrative offices, the West Campus Library and Conference Center, and several commercial retailers. More

Tyson Research Center

Located 25 miles southwest of the Danforth Campus, at the Beaumont-Antire Rd. exit (#269) off Interstate 44. More

North Campus

Located at 700 Rosedale in St. Louis, North Campus houses a variety of administrative functions for the University.

Campus Images

  • For downloadable photographs of the university, visit WUSTL Images
  • For news media and publishers seeking more university images, contact Photographic Services at: joeangeles@wustl.edu
  • For historical photographs archived by University Libraries Special Collections, contact spec@wumail.wustl.edu
  • For university guidelines regarding photography, please view policies on news, commercial and sports photography.