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More than 450 faculty, staff and community members joined SLU to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. during its annual memorial tribute: http://bit.ly/2jG9XBM
More than 400 guests attended Thursday's celebration of Dr. King honoring local and national civil rights leaders.
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The St. Louis City Committee has approved SLU’s vision for Midtown. The plan is now headed to the full board for final consideration.
Stemming from University’s strategic plan and campus master planning process, the redevelopment effort seeks to better connect the north and south campuses by encouraging others to invest in the area.
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Register now for the annual Homecoming and Family Weekend, which will be held Sept. 22-25: http://bit.ly/2clDEUM
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SLU celebrated the opening of Spring Hall — the University's first new residence hall in more than 20 years — with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday: http://bit.ly/2aSNnnH
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Do you have your tickets yet? The men's gymnastic Olympic trials come to Chaifetz Arena this week. http://bit.ly/28LQ2B0
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Saint Louis University partners with Logan University to expand student learning opportunities: http://bit.ly/1TSQNs1
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See SLU's 2016 Midyear Commencement ceremony: http://bit.ly/2hpB5aq Congratulations to our graduates!
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The $134.2 million City Foundry project (pictured) is one of several major projects within a redevelopment area that SLU is looking to create.
Stemming from University’s strategic plan and campus master planning process, the redevelopment effort seeks to better connect the north and south campuses by encouraging others to invest in the area.
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SLU becomes first Jesuit institution to earn Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award: http://bit.ly/2bVJ5wn
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Don't miss Cirque du Soleil OVO at Chaifetz Arena now through Aug. 7: http://bit.ly/2aKTM1J
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SLU will host its inaugural "Billikens Night at BPV" from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 28, at Fox Sports Midwest Live! in Ballpark Village: http://bit.ly/1tpiDQH
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Denise Hooks-Anderson, M.D., shares a personal story of why a complete family medical history is so important: http://bit.ly/1TCPAQj
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Mary Contrary
a month ago
SLU President Fred P. Pestello tweet, "Jesuit colleges and universities are in solidarity with UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS and support DACA, religious freedom and boundless mercy." Wow, maybe this support of UNDOCUMENTED students is why AMERICAN students are treated in such an offhanded manner at this university, with poor financial support no matter how impoverished you are. This University is terrible. They have been written up nationally as a school with a large endowment which puts it's poorest students in the most debt. The average Pell grant student has $25,000.00 to shoulder out-of-pocket each year per the Washington Post. The Financial Aid office is rude, and condescending. In fact, the Administrative Staff in general has forgotten that their school is a business, and treat their customers, the students very, very poorly This is not a happy place where you are greeted with smiles and accommodation. Instead, anytime you ask for anything of the smallest caliber, they act like they are doing you a huge favor. Of course, it's a liberal school, so they cater to the whiner and crybaby students. No First Amendment Rights here. Everything depends on who has hurt feelings. Save your money and go to a University where you will be treated as an adult and with respect.
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Jacob Lazen
4 months ago
Bruh if you want a waffle machine i can sell you one for a penny. Come on down to the waffle machine emporium right of I-70 on Armstrong avenue. It's the building with the giant inflatable Chubby Checker (Earnest Evans) on top of it. To Get there just go round and round and up and down. True Story.
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Paul T. Backes
3 months ago
I love this school, since it is catholic. It also has a good campus.
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Stella Lee
9 months ago
Not too big, not too small, proper size of campus and inspired Catholic educational philosophy.....
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Philip Newell
3 months ago
This was a super venue for Gateway to Space conference. The students were highly engaged. The rooms were well appointed. The hall decorations are educational and visually appealing. The aerospace engineering labs have cutting edge equipment and projects.
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Grace Miklosovic
7 months ago
I recently finished my first year at SLU and I could not be happier with my decision to go here. I am in the nursing program and lived in a learning community last year. I met so many amazing people and I loved my professors. I had so many great opportunity a this year alone and I will also be attending The schools campus in Madrid Spain in the full.
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Chelsea Langeneckert
5 months ago
The staff at the registrars office needs a lot of work. They have made the process of requesting a transcript a disaster. As a "catholic" educational institute the school should understand the need of transcripts and do their best to accommodate students in there path of continuing education. The staff needs to work on both their customer service skills and conflict resolution practices. The behavior of the staff during phone conversations and email correspondence has been completely inappropriate. Our firm would separate from individuals with their antics as soon as possible. I have been requesting my transcript since July 28 and my new school has still not received it. It my understanding that my transcript was finally sent on August 8 but I have been given no proof of that. UMSL understood my concerns on the situation and offered to accept the transcript via email. I sent an email to SLU at 10:40 asking them to send my transcript to UMSL via email as soon as possible. After hearing no response, I sent two additional emails at 12:30 and 2:00 but still received no response or indication my emails had even been requested. I finally called the school at 2:30 and the assistant registrar argued with for several minutes about how I was insulting and didn't allow them time to respond. However, she was well aware of the situation and knew who I was before I even mentioned my name. Instead of arguing for several minutes with a disrespectful attitude the correct method for resolution would have been apologizing for my experience and trying to accommodate my needs. After I explained it is taking more time to argue then to fix the situation I was told it would be emailed that day. At 3:30 I received a completely inappropriate email in which I responded with my concerns on how the school handled the situation. In my opinion the school is more of hassle than it is worth. You should always put the education of your students or former students first instead of treating someone with utter disrespect. I have asked to sit down with whoever oversees the registrars office. I have several suggestions on how the staff can improve and work with students in a respectful and helpful matter.
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Blake Anderson
11 months ago
Beautiful campus, excellent professors and really nice people. If you are looking for a great private education, look no further.