WashU Medicine Marketing & Communications provides several sets of images you may find helpful. Some are pre-sized and optimized for the web; others are provided unaltered for general marketing use.

General-use photos

Our team provides an online gallery of unaltered showcase images suitable for general marketing use. They are not pre-sized or optimized for the web. If using these images, please follow the instructions to save images for the web before uploading them to your site. For universitywide photos, visit the Danforth Campus Photo Library.

Log in to the general-use gallery using your WUSTL Key.

Web-ready photos

The following Medical Campus photos are pre-sized and optimized.

Featured images (28:11 aspect ratio)

Images in this collection are perfect for that tough-to-fill featured image size at the top of a page.

Inline images and featured images for Posts and Items (3:2 aspect ratio)

These 3:2 images work well in the body of a page (added using the Image Block or as an inline image within another block). They’re also the right size for the featured image of Posts and PPI:Items.

Download instructions:
Click on an image thumbnail. When the full-sized image opens, right-click and save the image to your computer. We recommend renaming image files to fit your site content.

New photography

School of Medicine groups can work with WashU Medicine Marketing & Communications to hire a photographer on a fee-for-service basis.

Stock photos

Though it’s preferable to use WashU specific photography, stock photo sources can tremendously increase your pool of options. See the medical school’s stock photography guide for sources and guidelines to using and citing third-party images properly.

Screenshot: Red mono-line style icons for Mask, Microscope, Molecule, Network, Nobel, Ribbon, Scheduling, Security, Stethoscope, Student

Using icons

Your project’s visual needs may also warrant using graphical icons, which can quickly communicate a concept and draw attention to important content. Check the icon library for WashU-branded files available in multiple formats for print and digital use, as well as guidelines for creating new icons.

Links to WashU Marketing & Communications website