See for yourself what the Sam Fox School has to offer!
To promote an integrated learning experience, all of the Sam Fox School’s programs are united on the East End of the main WashU campus. This facilitates camaraderie and collaboration across disciplines while providing optimal access to the tremendous intellectual and physical resources of the University.
Current Visitor Protocols
Please visit the University’s website for the latest campus policies and protocols for visitors, which currently include completing a visitor self-screening within four hours of entering campus.
We’re excited to meet you! Please get in touch if you’re a prospective student interested in one of our programs. We will help you plan your visit and take advantage of the opportunities an in-person visit provides, such as scheduling a tour or portfolio review.
Undergraduate Prospective Students
Graduate Architecture Prospective Students
Graduate Art Prospective Students
Take Public Transit
Sam Fox School is connected
to St. Louis’s Metrolink system! The Skinker Metrolink station sits on the northeast corner of WashU’s campus, just across Tisch Park from the Sam Fox School. Trains run approximately every 15 minutes during heavy commuting times and every 20 minutes the rest of the day. Make sure to board the Blue Line trains! The campus is also served by three bus lines designed specifically for the WashU community: #1 Gold, #2 Red, and #5 Green.
Taxi / Ride-Share
You can arrange to be dropped off and picked up at the roundabout outside Sumers Welcome Center:
1 Wrighton Way, St. Louis, MO 63105
Drive Your Car
Visitors may park in one of several parking facilities on the Danforth Campus, including the East End Garage
located off of Forsyth Boulevard, directly adjacent to the Sam Fox School. Pull a ticket at the garage entrance and park in a designated visitor space. When leaving, pay prior to exiting the garage.
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