The Graduate Center serves to enhance your academic journey at WashU. Below are some helpful links to offices and resources to assist in your academic and professional development.

The Center for Teaching and Learning

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) programs and evidence-based workshops reflect our mission of championing active and collaborative learning strategies; fostering inclusive, equitable classroom practices; and supporting a diverse, vibrant pedagogical community at WashU.

The Center for Career Engagement

The Center for Career Engagement (CCE) serves all students at WashU, including graduate and professional students. They provide workshops, 1:1 counseling and a range of online resources for your career search.

Tech Den

Tech Den provides technology services to the WashU student community, with a focus on graduate/professional and non-residential students, including laptop purchasing guidance, laptop repairs/loaners, network connectivity, email, printing, and software support.

Grant Writing Resources

Links to a list of resources to help enhance grant writing and proposal competitiveness. Please note that many available university services require several weeks’ notice for grant writing support.

Association of Women in Science – Free Membership!

WashU is an Institutional Partner with the Association for Women in Science. To Take advantage of your free membership, please fill out this form: This membership opportunity is open to all genders!  

The Writing Center

The Writing Center provides free, one-on-one writing tutorials to all WashU students for any writing project, at any stage of the writing process (including dissertations!). They also offer a variety of writing workshops designed to help you become a better writer.

The Speaking Studio

The Speaking Studio, a service of The Writing Center, provides free, one-on-one tutoring for any member of the WashU community for any public speaking project. They can help speakers at any stage of the process from generating ideas to developing a speaking outline to planning visual aids.