Disability Resources

The official resource for students on the Danforth Campus who have disabilities or suspected disabilities. They assist students individually by providing guidance and determining reasonable accommodations to remove barriers to access.

The Learning Center

The Learning Center offers academic mentoring programs to facilitate students’ transition into the University, support their intellectual growth and maturity, and prepare them for post-graduation academic and professional experiences. The Learning Center also helps students develop academic skills such as time management, study skills, increasing persistence, and utilizing faculty office hours effectively.

The Writing Center

The Writing Center and The Speaking Studio at Washington University in St. Louis provide free, one-on-one tutoring to all WUSTL students, faculty, and staff for any writing or public speaking project.


TRIO is a federally funded U.S. Department of Education program that supports first generation, low income, and/or students with disabilities transition into and graduate from college. TRIO Scholars have access to financial literacy workshops, academic support, advising, and cultural and professional development events.