Graduate Academic Resources

Graduate school can be challenging. That’s why the Saint Louis University John Cook School of Business works to ensure our students have the tools needed to succeed.

Graduate Involvement Opportunities

Don’t just attend class — be a part of SLU. Learn about the many ways you can be an ambassador for SLU and further your education.

Graduate Business Student Association

Formed in the fall of 1996, SLU’s Graduate Business Student Association (GBSA) is the representative body for all graduate business students enrolled in the John Cook School of Business.

GBSA is a committed advocate for student interests between the school, the faculty, the University, and any other bodies with whom students may interact. The association, in combination with the Graduate Business Programs office, sponsors various events during the year.

Invite a Prospective Student to an Information Session

We offer campus visits and monthly information sessions to learn more about our many graduate business degree programs.

Help at an Information Session

We are always looking for current students to help at our recruitment events. These events are a great way to share your experiences in the program (one-on-one with prospects), give tours, and help us recruit your future classmates. You can come for part or the entire event.

Nominate a Prospective Student

If you know someone who would be great for the SLU graduate business programs, contact us and we will waive their application fee. 

Awards

Neil Seitz Leadership Award

All graduating graduate business students are eligible to be nominated for the Neil Seitz Leadership Award. Graduate business students, full and part-time faculty and staff are encouraged to submit nominations.

Download the nomination form and state why you feel the nominee should be considered for this award. Nominations should be returned to the Graduate Business Programs Office by Wednesday, March 29.

Graduate Business Teacher of the Year

All graduate business faculty members who taught in the 2017-2018 academic year are eligible for nomination.

Download the application and state why your nominee should be considered for this award. Nominations should be returned to the Graduate Business Programs Office by Wednesday, March 29.

GMAT Resources

A graduate business education gives you the skills, preparation and credentials you need to grow your career. The GMAT exam is the first step to starting your exciting journey with our graduate business programs.

The GMAT is offered in St. Louis at the Pearson Professional Center located at the Center Forty Building at 1600 S. Brentwood Blvd, Suite 120. Students applying for any graduate business degree program must have their GMAT scores submitted directly from ETS or Pearson VUE.

To register for the GMAT, visit mba.com or call 1-800-717-4628. When asked for SLU’s GMAT codes, use the code for the program to which you will be applying:

Program Codes

  • One-Year MBA 5Q1-V0-67
  • Evening MBA 5Q1-V0-68
  • Master of Accounting 5Q1-V0-12
  • M.S. in Applied Financial Economics 5Q1-V0-19
  • M.S. in Supply Chain Management 5Q1-VO-72

GMAT Prep Course

The John Cook School of Business believes in helping prospective students excel on the GMAT. As such, our graduate business programs have compiled information about GMAT prep courses.

Learn more about local GMAT resources