Taking Chem 261 in the fall?
Register for the Summer Intensive Program (SIP), a bridge program to help you transition from General Chemistry 112 to Organic Chemistry 261. This year’s program will be held August 21-16, 2016. Please note: an extra fee applies.Get Info & Sign Up
TRiO Program now accepting applications
The application for New Participants for the 2016-2017 academic year is now available. Deadline to apply is June 17, 2016.Learn More
A pair of ducks wait patiently outside Cornerstone’s door. We’re not sure if they’re looking for mentoring in Chemistry, or maybe Physics.
Thanks to our STS neighbor, Garrie Burr, for the photo.
Welcome to Cornerstone
We feature academic peer mentors, study skills workshops, and other useful services, plus Disability Resources and the University’s TRiO program.Get More Info
Questions about academic accessibility on the Washington University campus? Please see the link below to learn how Disability Resources works to ensure reasonable access to buildings and other campus resources.Get Details
Math mentors to receive graduation Honors
Congratulations to Cornerstone mentors receiving Mathematics Honors cords upon graduation: we’re proud of you!
Fangzhou Xiao: (fourth from left) Residential Peer and Help Desk mentor
Zoe Rehnberg: (fourth from right) Peer Led Team Learning leader, Help Desk mentor
Katie Smith: (second from right) Residential Peer and Appointment Based mentor
Mentors pictured with Mathematics dept. chair David Wright, Prof. Ron Freiwald and other Honors graduates.
Student Employees Win Excellence in Leadership Awards
Two of the winners from the May 1st Student Involvement and Leadership’s Award Ceremony were Cornerstone student employees:
Clayton Covington– Outstanding First-Year Leader
Amanda Harris– Helen Davis Humanitarian Award