Umrath and South Forty WUSAs

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Washington University Student Associates (WUSAs – pronounced “woo-sas”) are upper class student leaders who assist new students with their academic, social, and personal transition to Washington University. They serve as orientation leaders during Bear Beginnings and then they serve as peer mentors for the student’s entire first year. Their primary duties are to remind residents about academic deadlines, policies, and resources and to help build community among first-year residential floors or transfer and exchange student groups.

Bernstein, Natty

UMRATH HOUSE WUSA - FIRST FLOOR

Bisarya, Mesha

UMRATH HOUSE WUSA - FIRST FLOOR

Hain, Matt

UMRATH HOUSE WUSA - SECOND FLOOR

Hartman, Morgan

UMRATH HOUSE WUSA - SECOND FLOOR

Patwardhan, Kavita

UMRATH HOUSE WUSA - SECOND FLOOR

Andreen, Clay

UMRATH HOUSE WUSA - THIRD FLOOR

Serwald, Gerry

UMRATH HOUSE WUSA - THIRD FLOOR

Tu, Anthony

UMRATH HOUSE WUSA - THIRD FLOOR

Alshamsi, Mohammed

UMRATH HOUSE WUSA - FOURTH FLOOR

Knoch, Elizabeth

UMRATH HOUSE WUSA - FOURTH FLOOR

Sharma, Anurima

UMRATH HOUSE WUSA - FOURTH FLOOR

The First Year Center Executive (FYX) is responsible for helping to create, plan and implement programs that aid new students and their parents in their academic, social, and personal transition to Washington University. They are also responsible for the recruitment, selection, training, and supervision of a team of Washington University Student Associates (WUSAs) who serve as resources for new students and their parents.

Sofia Joison

UMRATH AND SOUTH FORTY HOUSE FIRST YEAR EXECUTIVE