Located on the first floor of Gregg House on the South 40, Cornerstone is the hub of academic support at Washington University. Learn about Cornerstone academic support:
Services include Academic Programs, providing peer mentors, advising, workshops, and other useful resources.
Cornerstone also includes Disability Resources, which provides resources for students with disabilities and suspected disabilities.
Finally, Cornerstone administers TRiO, a federally-funded program that offers advising, leadership development, financial assistance, and other support to students who are low-income, the first in their family to go to college, and/or have a documented disability.
Every year, Cornerstone interacts with more than 2,000 students, making it one of the most highly utilized offices on campus. Whether you want an intensive preparation for organic chemistry, or are just looking for some quick advising, Cornerstone can be an invaluable part of your academic experience at Washington University.