Dean Taylor wants to assure students of Olin’s commitment to fulfilling the previously communicated schedule for the global immersion.
These plans are based on what we know now. It’s important to keep in mind that some details may continue to evolve as conditions change regionally and nationally. We will keep you informed of any significant updates.
Students, staff and faculty are required to be vaccinated for COVID-19.
This week, Dean Mark Taylor sent the following message to current and incoming students about plans for on-campus instruction in the fall semester—and procedures for students who might require an exemption from on-campus study.
Based on the advice of university leadership, in collaboration with public health authorities, we have decided we must suspend international travel for the fall semester.
Dean Mark P. Taylor sent this note to WashU Olin’s undergraduates on April 12, 2021. The 2021 fall semester is fast approaching, and I know after the challenges of the past year you are eager for word about plans for on-campus learning in the 2021-22 academic year. To put it simply, we’re expecting to see […]
Messages to the MBA classes of 2022 and 2023 outlining plans for when each cohort will embark on its global immersion experience.
This service, offered in cooperation with WUPD and Woodard’s Automative, will check tire pressure, fluid levels, wipers, and head and taillights.
Updates on spring semester and the academic calendar going forward from the chancellor’s office.
If you travel beyond 60 miles from the university for Thanksgiving, you may not return to campus for the duration of the fall semester.
“I hasten to add, however, that we have not—and we will not—abandon our commitment to this important component of your WashU Olin MBA experience.”
This faculty conversation will cover best practices for hybrid and remote teaching learned throughout the first several weeks of the fall semester.
Information related to the on-campus testing requirement, including testing dates and registration, testing logistics, and exemptions.
Knight Center will be a quarantine site for students exposed to the virus. WashU’s experts assure us we can accommodate that use while continuing classes on lower floors.
I am writing to share important reminders and several updates related to the university’s plans for COVID-19 testing.
A note to parents and students from Chancellor Andrew D. Martin and Provost Beverly Wendland outlines preparations for the fall semester.
Managers will be available to answer your questions regarding programming and opportunities offered through the CEL.
Clearly, this will not be a normal semester demanding significant changes in how we interact with each other.
I am proud of the thoughtfulness, foresight and attention to detail everyone has brought to this task.