The Division of Enrollment and Retention Management is committed to supporting Saint Louis University’s Catholic, Jesuit mission and to meeting its enrollment goals.
By utilizing a best practices approach along with supportive technologies in all of our endeavors, we strive to continually improve our processes to create a better experience for all we serve. In collaboration with the academic and student development enterprises, we seek to create an environment where students, from throughout the nation and the world, can be successful in their life-long academic, personal and spiritual pursuits.
SLU’s Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) plan is intended to provide a comprehensive approach to integrating all of the University’s programs, practices, policies, and planning related to achieving the optimal recruitment, retention and graduation of our students.
SEM Plan Framework ERMC Organization Chart
We will be a mission-centric, high-performance culture that values its people and community. We will translate mission into actions that bring distinction within the context of these themes:
As part of SLU's Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) plan, the Division of Enrollment and Retention Management will host a series of regularly scheduled discussions on campus each month to discuss topics such as data and research, recruitment strategies, enrollment goals and success rates at Saint Louis University.
This forum was created in order to help disseminate information across the University as well as gather feedback from stakeholders. All Saint Louis University students, faculty and staff are encouraged to attend.
Event Details: 3-4:30 p.m., DuBourg Hall, Room 117
November 2: New Student Profile and fall census summary recruitment yield analyses.
November 16: STEM/military/student veteran enrollment update/initiatives and graduating senior satisfaction survey results.
December 21: National Student Clearinghouse competitor analysis and summer studies update.
February 15: Fall-spring persistence analysis and financial aid, scholarship and annual SFS report.
March 15: Student success program update and summer studies update.
April 19: Developing academic communication plans and special populations recruitment update.
May 17: Pre-College and Access initiatives, Student Educational Services/Billiken Success program/TRIO updates, and 1818 program review.