Check out the latest announcements from Saint Louis University.
05/16- Celebrate SLU student achievements as the academic year comes to an end.
05/14- As part of the Workday implementation process, the project team is creating a network to promote awareness about the project and to prepare the University community for the transition from Banner.
05/14- SLU's shuttles will begin their summer schedule on Monday, May 20, with some routes suspended or shifted.
05/14- Christopher Collins, S.J., assistant to the president for mission and identity, will preside, and campus minister Robert Murphy, S.J., will deliver the Mass's homily.
05/14- Dining locations across campus will run on summer schedule through August.
05/10- Faculty members participating in SLU’s 2019 Commencement on Saturday, May 18, should arrive at Chaifetz Arena no later than 8 a.m.
05/10- Assistant professors whose work focuses on advancing human health can apply for a chance to SLU's applicant for the 2019 Pew Scholars Program in the Biomedical Sciences.
05/09- As part of an initiative to improve technology related processes, Information Technology Services (ITS) is seeking University community feedback on ways to improve current technology processes.
05/09- SLU community members can vote through Sunday, May 12, for the best student-made Learning Community video.
05/07- As part of a redesign initiative, Newslink is asking SLU staff, faculty members and students about what they like or would want to see in the University’s 20-year-old newsletter.
05/07- The Department of Campus Recreation and Wellness’s Summer Softball and Sand Volleyball leagues are returning and are seeking SLU community members to play ball.
05/07- As Saint Louis University wrapped another academic year, students their finals stress by sampling tasty ice cream treats, spending time with equine and canine therapists and by taking their shots at dunking deans.
05/07- Saint Louis University's Trash-to-Treasure move-out program is being reimagined with a new name and a new mission. Rather than donate items to an external entity, as in previous years, the newly formed Billiken 2 Billiken (B2B) program aims to create an impact closer to home by redistributing donated items back to students through an on-campus resale store set to open in this fall.
05/02- Cool Times Ice Cream will be at various locations around campus Tuesday, May 7, for study day.
05/02- Students from SLU's Nutrition and Dietetics Culinary program will serve arepas and fries at a study day pop-up event. The pop-up event will be held from 12-2 p.m. Tuesday, May 7, at the Clocktower.
05/02- Due to the number of students moving out of SLU residence halls and nearby housing, traffic along Laclede Avenue will be heavier than usual. Faculty, staff and students should allow for extra time to park or use alternate lots associated with an individual's type of SLU parking permit to avoid delays.
04/30- Catch up on the awards, publications, presentations and the SLU community's notable achievements.
04/30- Workday will replace Banner as the University's new administrative system and forums are scheduled for the SLU community to learn more about the new tool.
04/30- The Vocational Inquiry Through Advocacy and Service (VITAS) program is a personal and professional development program that fosters vocational discernment among undergraduate students.
04/30- The Department of Campus Ministry is seeking faculty, staff and student singers for the senior send-off Mass.
04/30- A new photography exhibit tied to the 'Lived Religion in the Digital Age' Project is now on display in Adorjan Hall.
04/26- The University’s Undergraduate Core Curriculum Committee (UUCC) will host two university-wide open fora to solicit SLU community feedback on three prototypes for a new common undergraduate core curriculum.
04/25- The event is part of the YWCA national campaign emphasizing the centrality of immigrant justice to racial justice.
04/25- The Cancer Center's team will take part in the annual Susan G. Komen "More Than Pink" Walk in downtown St. Louis on Saturday, June 8, to raise funds for breast cancer research.
04/25- SLU community members can drop off unwanted or expired prescription medications on Saturday, April 27, and on Monday, April 29.
04/25- Student Financial Services will also host four workshops to answer questions about student loans and/or the repayment process.
04/25- The study is examining areas of concern that contributed to college stress among undergraduate students.
04/25- The drive will benefit local school children and runs until Monday, May 13.
04/25- The 5K supports local Children's Miracle Network hospitals in the St. Louis region.
04/25- The symposium is the University's largest undergraduate research exhibition and its details, including presenter bios, the event schedule and an exhibit floor plan are available through a smart phone app.
04/23- The patches will be available on Tuesday, April 30, and will automatically install.
04/23- University employees must complete the training by Tuesday, May 7.
04/18- Presenters include the director of the nationally prominent esports program at Maryville University and the president of SLU's eSports student group.
04/18- The Saint Louis University Associates will hold a special program focused on the work of noted SLU scholar Walter Ong, S.J., including a screening of a new documentary about the life and legacy of one of SLU's most storied faculty members.
04/17- The inaugural farmers market will be open to the community from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 24.
04/16- Beginning Wednesday, April 17, campus dining options will close or be open for shorter hours due to the Easter holiday.
04/16- Ninety four percent of alumni surveyed in the First Destination Survey were satisfactorily occupied within six months of graduating from SLU.
04/16- The project is a nationwide program offering men and women who are experiencing homelessness and who are in recovery from addictions the opportunity to incorporate Ignatian spiritual formation and retreats into their lives.
04/12- The bookstore in Busch Student Center will have abbreviated hours during the week of Easter Break, April 18-22.
04/11- Academic Affairs and Student Development are conducting a brief survey of SLU community members to start a broad conversation about what it means to be a first-generation college student.
04/11- This year's Don Brennan Memorial Golf Hackers Tournament is coming up and teams still have time to register for the June 21 tournament.
04/11- Student volunteers are asked to complete an anonymous online survey about sleep quality.
04/11- With the upcoming move from the BSC to Griesedieck Hall, Career Services wants students' opinions on what colors they'd like to see the furniture in the new space.
04/10- Saint Louis University's Prison Education Program is seeking help from the community in order to secure a $10,000 grant for the program.
04/10- Volunteers are needed for clinical psychology doctoral students to practice an intervention called motivational interviewing.
04/09- Faculty and staff members are needd to help with a variety of tasks at the May symposium which features outstanding academic and creative work by graduating seniors from across the University.
04/09- The Applied Behavioral Analysis Student Teaching and Research Program is hosting a two-part presentation about teaching sexuality to individuals with varied abilities.
04/09- From performances to parades, Saint Louis University spent a week celebrating its international community and connections.
04/09- The patches will help protect SLU users who utilize WinRAR, a file archiving system.
04/09- Jeffrey L. Jackson will begin his term as associate provost for career development on July 1. He will be tasked with leading a reorganization of SLU's career services program.
04/09- The three prototypes for SLU's new common core were developed through workshops and from proposals submitted by students, faculty and staff members.
04/05- A Memorial Mass will be held to honor the life of Ethan LoCigno, an undergraduate economics student, who died in February.
04/05- Delve into the next tale with University Archivist Emeritus John Waide as the bicentennial-inspired SLU history series continues.
04/05- The exhibition featuring the abstract landscapes of Gary Logan will be on display through June.
04/05- University employees have until Tuesday, April 30, to complete the "Program Management" module.
04/04- The SLU Gambling Lab is seeking volunteers to participate in its research into gambling behaviors.
04/04- The week-long event will be packed with activities to help students plan and register for classes.
04/04- The study is investigating common conflict topics between romantic partners and common behaviors couples engage in during conflicts.
04/04- Priests and ministers will be available to hear confessions and for conversations on Tuesday, April 9.