The SLU 101 Program is designed to meet the following student learning outcomes framed by the University-Wide Undergraduate Learning Outcomes and the University Mission.
Goals of the SLU 101 Program:
- Acquaint students with the University mission, Jesuit Catholic values, and the university's commitment to service and social justice that support individual growth and development.
- Provide shared experiences for students that promote their sense of belonging, help them build positive connections, and affirm their choice in attending Saint Louis University.
- Provide students time to learn about academic advising, degree requirements, student success resources, and establish a course schedule for the fall semester.
- Empower students with the ability to navigate and connect with the physical environment of the campus and identify campus resources.
- Provide opportunities for students to engage in reflection and dialogue about values, transition, expectations, and identity to assist in building an inclusive community.
Outcomes of the SLU 101 Program:
- Identify the basic principles of the University Mission.
- Describe their understanding of their academic requirements and expectations.
- Identify campus resources that are available to help them in their transition (social or academic).
- Name two ways they can become involved on campus.
- Establish a connection with one or more other students.