Saint Louis University

There are many resources for you in your transition as a new student to Saint Louis University. The list below can be a quick reference for several of the offices or departments that you may need to contact.

With general Fall Welcome questions, contact the Student Involvement Center.
Student Involvement Center
Busch Student Center, Suite 319

With housing or specific move-in questions, contact Housing & Residence Life.
Housing & Residence Life
DuBourg Hall, Room 157

With academic schedule questions, contact your advisor. You should have received contact information for your academic advisor during SLU101.

Below are several offices and departments that may be helpful as a new SLU student. More information can be found on their office or department websites.

Admission Office
DuBourg Hall, Room 119
New Student Visit Center, Queen's Daughters Hall
314.977.2500 or 800.SLU.FOR.U 

Center for Service and Community Engagement
Center for Global Citizenship, Suite 130

The Center for Service and Community Engagement creates a coordinated interface between the University and the urban communities that surround it, seeking ultimately to prepare participants to be effective servant leaders and agents for social change, as well as to foster the creation of a just and equitable society by supporting efforts of students, faculty, and staff in the areas of community service, service learning, academic research, and community partnerships.

Cross Cultural Center
Center for Global Citizenship, Suite 134

The Cross Cultural Center is dedicated to cultivating and motivating diversity and cultural relationships among faculty, students, University administration, and the community. The office provides support and education regarding topics of diversity, and serves as a home to diverse student organizations.

Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness    
Wool Center, Room 114

The Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness (DPSEP) is dedicated to creating a campus environment that is safe and secure. Using its "community-based policing philosophy," the department is proud of its core values: community, integrity, service, and fairness. This office provides campus safety services that make the University a safe and comfortable environment for learning, working, and living.

Eckelkamp Center for Campus Ministry
Wuller Hall

Campus Ministry encourages students to grow in their own faith and to find support for that growth within the University community. It offers a variety of programs and opportunities for faith development for Catholic students and students of almost all other faith traditions.

Housing & Residence Life
DuBourg Hall, Room 157

The Department of Housing and Residence Life seeks to provide a quality living environment filled with learning experiences and resources. Trained student and professional staff are available in each residence hall and apartment building to serve as an immediate personal and academic resource.

International Services
Des Peres Hall, Room 102

The mission of the International Center is to enrich the academic experience of the Saint Louis University campus and community through the promotion of a global perspective in the University's education programs, and through the development of international education and exchange opportunities (study abroad programs).

Parent and Family Programs - Billiken Parent Association
Busch Student Center, Suite 313

Parents and families are a vital part of our SLU community, which benefits from their focused energy and commitment to student success. We invite you to consider all the ways in which our Parent Initiatives can assist you in supporting your student and making the Saint Louis University experience rewarding and memorable. We look forward to a partnership with you that lasts beyond your student's academic career. 

Parking and Card Services
Frost Campus, DuBourg Hall, Room 33
Medical Center, Caroline Hall C008

Parking and Card Services manages parking on campus as well as services associated with your SLU ID card. If you need to purchase a parking permit or have questions about meal plans, Billiken Bucks and Bonus Flex Dollars, contact this office.

Student Success Center
Frost Campus, Busch Student Center, Room 331
Medical Center, School of Nursing Building, Room 114

The Student Success Center at Saint Louis University aids students in fulfilling their individual academic and career potential by providing intentional, developmentally appropriate opportunities for self-reflection and discovery, encouraging experiential learning, and supporting students' discernment in vocational, personal and academic choices. Resources include tutoring and writing assistance, the University 101 program, Disability Services, advising and programs for students deciding on a major, the School of Nursing, Public Health and Doisy College of Health Sciences, annual career fairs, resume writing support, interview preparation, and assistance with finding jobs and assistantships.

Student Financial Services
DuBourg Hall, Room 121
314-977-2350 or 1-800-SLU-FOR-U

Student Financial Services offers merit-based scholarships and special characteristic awards in addition to need-based scholarships, grants, work, and loan programs. These programs are available to eligible students for all undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.

Student Health Center
Marchetti Towers (East)

Student Health provides confidential medical treatment, psychiatry and outpatient services, as well as a variety of educational programs for all Saint Louis University full-time, part-time, and graduate students. The staff includes one full time physician, two part-time physicians for well-woman care and orthopedic/sports medicine, two nurses, one medical assistant, and three support staff. 24-hour on-call emergency service is available through the office phone number.

Student Involvement Center
Busch Student Center, Room 319

Each year the Student Involvement Center creates fun and engaging learning opportunities that appeal to a diverse student body and compliment the educational mission of Saint Louis University while facilitating the transition of undergraduate students throughout the college experience by providing programs and support to enhance student success. Through coordination with academic and student development partners, we create opportunities for students to connect to the community, develop holistically, and engage in the Saint Louis University experience.

University Counseling Center
Wuller Hall, 2nd Floor

The University Counseling Center offers confidential counseling on a variety of issues, from transition concerns to chronic psychiatric disorders, for Saint Louis University full-time, part-time, and graduate students. The staff includes six licensed certified counselors and one psychologist. 24-hour on-call emergency services are offered through the office phone number. 

University Registrar
DuBourg Hall, Room 22

Services provided by the Office of the University Registrar include addressing frequently asked questions, graduation information, registration and transcript information, as well as online access to student records through Banner.

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