As you prepare for your Senior Legacy Symposium presentation, consider the following questions to assist you as you reflect on your experience at SLU in relation to your project.
By developing a well-rounded educational foundation which incorporates learning through experience, by becoming scholars in their chosen fields, and by dedicating themselves to the advancement of knowledge, students are prepared for advanced study, for their careers, and for lifelong learning.
By developing the abilities of intellectual inquiry and communication, students are able to learn effectively, express ideas and concepts clearly, and apply their knowledge to new situations they encounter.
By welcoming and working with others, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, or gender, students build an inclusive community which leads to respect and compassion for human life and the dignity of each person.
By serving others and by promoting social justice, students become men and women for others who lead by their example.
By developing their spirituality, values, and openness to the transcendent, students determine principles to guide their actions and their relationships with others.
The Senior Legacy Symposium is sponsored by the Undergraduate Initiatives department, Career Services, and the VOICES project and is the winner of the 2009 Jesuit Association of Student Personnel Administrators (JASPA) Ignatian Medal for an Outstanding Campus Program.