Saint Louis University Human Resources


Open Enrollment: Benefits open enrollment will take place from November 1 - 18.  More details to follow.

Faculty & Staff Feedback Survey Town Halls: Monday, October 24, 1pm-2pm - St Louis Room, Busch Student Center and Thursday, October 27, 2:30pm-3:30pm - Pitlyk Auditorium, Learning Resources Center

SLUstainability Month: October 1 to October 31.  Click here for a complete list of activities and events

Vitality Reminder for 2017: From October 1 to November 18, the University will sponsor the annual Vitality Check free screenings to employees and their spouses. Completion of the screenings and the Vitality Health Review (VHR) through by November 18 entitles individuals to a reduction on their 2017 medical insurance premiums. For more information on registering for Vitality Check screening, click here.

United Way Campaign:  This year's United Way of Greater Saint Louis pledge campaign at SLU will run from October 4 to October 31. The pledges and donations received from the campaign benefit more than 170 non-profit agencies in the greater Saint Louis Area. Click here for more information on the United Way.

Women Leading Women: Strategies and Support for Lifelong Career Development in Higher Education: The Women's Commission is sponsoring a four-part workshop series. This workshop will empower women to reflect on their strengths, establish measurable goals, identify strategies to support their professional goals and connect participants with campus women mentors.  Enrollment is now open for sessions that begin on October 26. Space is limited, and seats will be assigned on a first come first serve basis. Click here to learn more.

SLU SparksClick here to learn more about how you can recognize your colleagues with a SLU Spark.

Contact Human Resources


Wool Center
3545 Lindell Blvd, 1st Floor
St. Louis, MO 63103


Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.




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