Computer scientists & computer engineers at WashU are driving the frontier of computing forward and developing innovative ways to transform society.

Why did you pick WashU?

"Touring WashU was different than any other university I considered. Despite visiting campus when students were hard at work and busy with midterms, I didn't feel like a visitor. Students would see my big 'prospective student' sticker and stop to introduce themselves, welcome me to campus and tell me places to stop by before leaving. Even before being a WashU student, I felt welcomed into the WashU family and a part of a supportive, collaborative community. "

Cassie Jeng
Degree pursuing: Computer engineering
Hometown: Clarksville, Maryland

Scholars in Engineering: Chloe Haynes

Chloe Haynes is an undergraduate student studying computer science and is the 2022 Sam and Sophia Gupta Scholar.

Why St. Louis?

Some of the best things about
St. Louis are literally just steps from the WashU campus.

Campus is in walking distance to Forest Park and the Delmar Loop. Students can also easily get to the medical campus, Cortex and downtown on the MetroLink.

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