- About the College
Founded: July 2013. The new College combines the School of Social Work (1930) and the School of Public Health (1991).
Religious affiliation: Catholic, Jesuit
Dean: Edwin Trevathan, MD, MPH
Students: 1,083 (474 undergraduate students) from 40 states and 21 countries
Alumni: Nearly 7,500 worldwide
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At Saint Louis University's College for Public Health & Social Justice, we are dedicated to helping communities achieve health and wellbeing through our excellence in teaching, research and service.
This new College brings together SLU's fully accredited Schools of Public Health and Social Work. Bringing social work and all of the core components of public health into the college allows for a more comprehensive approach to public health education, research and community service, and provides a wider breadth of education opportunities and enhanced interdisciplinary collaboration. Together, we can do more.
One thread unites our diverse degree offerings - social justice and the desire to improve the health and wellbeing of the most vulnerable. The goal of each of our degree programs is to educate students to improve the lives of others and society as a whole.
|SLU College for Public Health & Social Justice
3545 Lafayette Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63104
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