WUSTL’s Whittemore House Benefits

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The Whittemore House is the WUSTL Faculty Conference Center at 6440 Forsyth Blvd for benefits eligible Faculty and Staff and Adjunct Faculty. The house has many benefits:

  • Meeting and dining rooms available to members for breakfast, lunch and special events
  • Events including Chinese New Year wine dinner and Valentine’s Day dinner
  • Wednesday night family meal Takeaway Boxed Dinners.

Jan/Feb Whittemore House Newsletter and Events.

Why become a Whittemore House Member?

Here are just a few reasons why:

  • Reciprocal relations with nearly 100 faculty and university clubs in the United States, Europe and Australia. Go to http://www.acuclubs.org/ for details.
  • Rental of event space for your private events at a fraction of a sponsored guest’s fees.
  • No tax on your private event
  • Convenience of charging usage to your personal account or paying as you go by credit card.
  • Numerous special member events priced significantly lower than comparable retail pricing.
  • Camaraderie

Effective 4/19/18, dues are $12 per month or $144.00 a year for benefits eligible Faculty and Staff and Adjunct Faculty.
Location: 6440 Forsyth Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63105

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