To find out more about how to become involved with the Senior Legacy Symposium, contact your academic department to inquire about specific project guidelines and the departmental mechanism of selecting students to participate. Each academic unit is charged with selection of students to the Senior Legacy Symposium from that area. Your academic department will be able to give you details on eligibility and timeline for selection.
Typical origination of projects may include Capstone projects, performance, and outstanding practicum/internship experiences. Others may include service learning experience, conference presentations of student work, an outline of practical experiences or other field experience, and individual research projects conducted by the student. The category of experiences which may be considered for inclusion in this demonstration of student experiences and work is nearly limitless, and is at the discretion of the academic unit/major.
Each student should utilize the reflection form and their faculty sponsor to address how learning in the major/area that culminated in their project has integrated the Saint Louis University Undergraduate Learning Outcomes. Saint Louis University strives to engage its students in five interrelated dimensions contributing to the development of the whole person: scholarship and knowledge, intellectual inquiry and communication, community building, leadership and service, and spirituality and values. Students should be able to articulate how these interconnected dimensions are integrated into their Symposium project.