Media Resources & Policies
Working successfully with news media
Washington University in St. Louis has a long-standing commitment to the free and open exchange of ideas and opinions by students, faculty and staff. Because our scholarly, research and learning activities generate news media interest, faculty and students are encouraged to cooperate with reporters who express interest in talking with them about their areas of expertise. More information
Feature images are updated twice per week, on Monday and Thursday by 10 a.m.
To view the photo gallery of these images, please visit: http://wustl.edu/about/sightsandsounds/photos/
Washington University in St. Louis faculty experts are available for live or taped broadcast-quality interviews using the free VYVX and ISDN lines in the University News Services’ studio, which features:
- VYVX fiber-optic video delivery for television.
- ISDN connectivity for radio.
- Live or delayed tape video & audio feeds.
- State-of-the-art equipment and lighting.
- Free use when interviewing WUSTL experts.
- University News Service staff available 24/7.
To schedule TV and radio interviews with WUSTL experts, please contact the University News Service at (314) 935-5230.
Printed & Digital Media
The listing of WUSTL-affiliated media and publications that are accessible online at http://www.wustl.edu/about/campuspubs. If you have suggestions for additions to this list, please email them to us at email@example.com.
Facts, guides & maps
The following are links to information about Washington University.
- WUSTL Facts
Facts about Washington University.
- Medical School Facts
Facts and information about the School of Medicine.
- Visitors Guide & Maps
A listing of offices and services on the Danforth and Medical Campuses.
- Annual Report
The Annual Report, describing some of the events and accomplishments that have contributed to Washington University's progress.
Policies & Guidelines
Visiting our Campuses
Guidelines for visiting any of our eight campuses — Danforth, Medical, West, North, South, 560 Music Center, Lewis Center and Tyson Research Center — all of which welcome visitors under varying hours and circumstances. When planning a campus visit, we suggest checking with the University in advance so that your trip here will be productive. More information
Washington University Domain Name Policy
Commercial Filming and Photography
Washington University in St. Louis, as a private institution, owns the exclusive rights to images of its buildings, grounds, landmarks, and all other property. Written permission to use any of the University's property for filming, videotaping, and to take still photography for entertainment, commercial, or freelance purposes is required. More information
Photo Use Policy
The photos owned by Washington University on news.wustl.edu are provided free to media representatives for purposes of news coverage. All other uses are prohibited. Washington University's granting of access to this site and the imagery contained on it does not imply unlimited use permissions nor any release of copyright restrictions. More information
Sports Filming and Photography
Guidelines for photographic and video coverage of sports events by news media. The University welcomes students, faculty, staff and their families to photograph athletic events in our varsity, intramural and club programs for personal use only. Still and video photography from any area other than spectator seating requires a University-issued Sports Photo Pass. More information
University Policies & Procedures
(Revised January 2010)