Campus Life at Washington University in St. Louis invites off campus guests and WashU affiliates to utilize our facilities throughout the Danforth Campus for personal and community events.

Personal & Community Events

All Year-Saturdays & Sundays: Wedding ceremonies in Graham Chapel

All Year-As Available: Host meetings and events at the Danforth University Center meeting rooms only.

Summer Break: Premier or Standard spaces may be available.

 

For more information, please contact Phyllis Jackson.

 

Sponsoring a Non-Affiliated Group

WashU faculty, staff and students may sponsor a non-university group to host an event on the Danforth campus. This offers an opportunity for your department or office to support community initiatives or outside organizations.

  • All fees are billed directly to the sponsoring department through the online university billing system.
  • Rental fees apply to all non-university groups at the listed rate. Departmental sponsorship offers the opportunity of a 50% fee reduction.
  • The sponsoring office supplies support to the non-university group when Event Management deems appropriate or necessary. This includes, but is not limited to on-site staffing.
  • Event Management will coordinate with all vendors and provide appropriate event coverage as needed.

To reserve a space for your sponsored group at Reserve.wustl.edu.

 

Memorial Services

Graham Chapel is available for memorial services for current or retired Faculty and Staff, Students, and Alumni of Washington University.

  • A minimum of two weeks advance reservation is necessary
  • Post service reception space is available in summer months only
  • We are unable to perform funerals
  • Rental fees apply
  • Please contact Phyllis Jackson 314-935-6637 for further information

External Event Contact

Phyllis Jackson

Associate Director for Campus Life – Event Management

Phyllis serves as the main contact for all non-university events taking place on campus, as well as sponsored events hosted by faculty, staff and departments at Washington University in St. Louis.