Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow (STAT) is a student-led organization that educates current students on what it means to be alumni of Saint Louis University, build philanthropy awareness on campus and engage with alumni through networking, professional development and social events.
The purpose of STAT is to connect current students and alumni through the three pillars of the organization:
- Educate: STAT creates unique programming for current students that will help them prepare for their upcoming roles as alumni, including networking opportunities with alumni and the Life After SLU series.
- Engage: STAT fosters the Billiken experience through events such as Homecoming and Family Weekend and Senior Night at the Ballpark. In addition, STAT connects current students with alumni by offering volunteer activities at various local alumni events. STAT frequently partners and volunteers with BOLD (Billikens of the Last Decade).
- Give: STAT created the Students Helping Students Scholarship, an emergency need-based scholarship that is funded for students by students. STAT sponsors several fundraisers throughout the year to support the scholarship and increase philanthropy awareness across campus.
To learn more about STAT and how you can be a part of this organization, please email the Membership Chair.
Part of STAT's mission is to build philanthropy awareness on campus, and therefore we host multiple opportunities throughout the year for students to give back to Saint Louis University and fellow Billikens in need. Read below for our ongoing campaigns.
Save the date! The week of March 19th, we will be asking students to Pitch In Your Part for the Students Helping Students Scholarship. All gifts made during this week will be doubled, thanks to SLU’s Go Further Scholarship matching program.
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Students Helping Students Scholarship
Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow (STAT) is proud to promote the Students Helping Students Scholarship. This fund provides immediate one-time assistance to Billikens who find themselves in temporary need of additional funds to stay enrolled in classes and make progress towards graduation. The scholarship is awarded each Fall and Spring semester. The awards are made possible through generous gifts from students, alumni and others to the Students Helping Students fund.
You must have a current FAFSA* (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) application on file. You must not have received an award from the Students Helping Students Scholarship in the same academic year. Awards are not made during summer sessions. You must have taken all offered financial aid, including any loans available through Financial Aid. *International Students who do not have a FAFSA on file are encouraged to apply; however, please be sure you have exhausted all financial aid available.
To apply for the Students Helping Students scholarship:
1. Log in to your MySLU
2. Click on the Tools Tab
3. Click on the Scholarship Suite icon
4. Complete the general application questions upon entering the site (remember to hit Finish & Submit)
5. Hover over Opportunities (located on the blue banner) and select Ours.
6. Find and click on the Students Helping Students Scholarship and apply!
Please be sure to monitor your application to ensure completion of required items before the due date.
Please note: This is a new process for scholarship awards, so if you encounter any problems or have questions please email email@example.com.
Fall semester: September 10, 2018 at 11:59 p.m.
Spring semester: February 1
Awards from the fund are disbursed through a confidential application and blind review process led by Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow. Applications are reviewed in the context of the immediate need stated by the applicant in relation to his or her financial aid record provided by the Financial Aid Office. You will be notified by email if you were selected as a recipient no later than October 1.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- President: Megan Kress (A&S '19)
- VP - Alumni and Student Engagement: Kerry Anderson (Doisy '20), Sammy McCarthy (Parks ’21)
- VP - Marketing: Abby Ketema (CPHSJ ’20)
- VP - Membership: Sarah Maller (A&S ’21), Katherine Ward (A&S ’20)
- VP - Philanthropy: Kay Mastrocola (Doisy '20), Kristen Ward (CPHSJ '20)
- Advisers: Maggie Dermody, Kari Hinkle