The Cross Cultural Center promotes and maintains an inclusive environment of mutual respect for people of all backgrounds, cultures and identities.
--Diversity Awareness Month
Affiliate ministers are an integral part of the life of the University and work together with campus ministry to provide opportunities for spiritual, emotional and moral development for all of our SLU students. They sign a covenant with the University and are able to host meetings and meet with students on campus.
A multidisciplinary group of faculty have founded the Institute for Healing Justice and Equity at Saint Louis University, an initiative that has the potential to transform SLU into the epicenter of equitable community building and knowledge curation related to healing from social injustice, trauma and oppression.
For most students, starting college or graduate school introduces new stressors and requires a shift in priorities. As you progress through your studies, or begin to look ahead to what comes after graduation, still new stressors emerge. In order to thrive, it is important that you practice self-care and take advantage of the resources and opportunities Saint Louis University has to offer.
The Simon Recreation Center offers drop-in recreational opportunities, as well as scheduled programs and events. It’s 120,000 square feet of activity, featuring six indoor basketball courts, four racquetball/handball courts, a bouldering wall, fitness center, spinning studio and indoor pool. Additional facilities, both indoor and outdoor, are available throughout our campus.
The well-being resources on this page can help you cope with stress, manage ongoing mental health concerns, respond to loss, make sense of traumatic events, and/or find strategies to navigate everyday challenges.
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This site provides SLU's sexual misconduct policy, resources for students and information on sexual assault education and prevention efforts on campus. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more Title IX information if you don't find what you need on the site.
The experienced counseling professionals at the University Counseling Center provide care and consultation to SLU students. Staff members are highly trained clinicians who can assist with a variety of issues, such as adjustment to college life, troubling changes in mood and chronic psychological conditions. The University Counseling Center is fully accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services (IACS).
After the fall semester, you may have discovered more obstacles to success than you initially anticipated. Blueprint for Success is a free student success series offered at the start of the spring 2021 semester. As part of a small group, participants will be guided through five 75-minute sessions on topics, such as managing time, finding motivation and gaining confidence in your academic abilities. If you think you might benefit from support and accountability to change your current study habits, we are committed to helping you. Interested students are encouraged to complete the application, which is now available and closes on Feb. 3, 2021.
Saint Louis University Career Services is here to help you begin a process of self-exploration that can help you better make decisions about majors and careers. We are committed to delivering excellent career counseling and content related to your professional and vocational development.
The Saint Louis University Honors Program offers honors-only courses and smaller, seminar-style classes. Students are also encouraged to participate in internships, independent research projects and study abroad semesters.