Graham Chapel is the site of the weekly Assembly Series, which each fall and spring brings an exciting range of speakers to Washington University.
Holmes Lounge was originally the reading room of the University’s first library building, Ridgley Hall. It is a wonderful gathering place where you can meet with students, or have coffee or lunch with colleagues. Other places to meet on or near the Danforth Campus include Whispers Café in Olin Library and Kayak’s Coffee at 276 North Skinker (across from the northeast corner of campus).
The Mildred Lane Kemper Museum provides various opportunities for faculty to incorporate art into their courses. Faculty are welcome to arrange an exhibit in The Teaching Gallery, make use of the Study Room to view works from the collection that are not on display, or bring students for guided or self-guided tours.
Office for International Students & Scholars (OISS) Located in the Stix International House, the Office for International Students & Scholars offers information, assistance, and resources—including the English Language Programs and guidance on U.S. immigration policies and procedures.
Office of the University Registrar If you would like to reserve a classroom for academic purposes, contact John Pingree at the Office of the University Registrar (formerly the Office of Student Records) by email or by phone at 314-935-4145. You may also obtain from John a copy of the standard key that opens the multimedia cabinets in all of the University-managed classrooms (however, the most convenient way to obtain a copy of the key is to ask your departmental administrator). The Office of the University Registrar in the Women’s Building, Rm. 50.