Plan Out the Entire 2015-16 School Year
The 2015-2016 schedule of classes is now available. Registration begins on April 6th. Please be sure to review the schedule and select your classes before April 6th.
There are several ways to register:
1.) Fill out an online registration form, found here. Your Academic Advisor will then register you for the classes you request on April 6th.
2.) Local students, attend the Registration BASH March 31 through April 2 in Brouster Hall. Enjoy light refreshments and meet with an advisor to plan your schedule. All students who register for the entire year will be entered to win SLU prizes.
3.) Set up a time NOW to meet with your Academic Advisor.
4.) Simply log in to Banner on April 6th and register for the classes you want to take.
Hospitality SLUnited: The Premier Networking Event for Hospitality Professionals
All Hospitality Management students and professionals are invited to attend Hospitality SLUnited, a networking event hosted by Saint Louis University's Hospitality Management program on Thursday, April 16. The event will open at 4:30 p.m. with an industry panel discussion on current trends in hospitality. To learn more about Hospitality SLUnited, click here for the event flier. Please register online if you plan on attending.
If you are interested in volunteering for Hospitality SLUnited, please contact Katie Devany (email@example.com) by April 1, 2015.
Need assistance leveraging your career? The office of Career Services is available for one-on-one appointments for both current students and alumni. You can register by using SLU Appointments in your MySLU account or calling Susan Gale directly at 314-977-2830. Evening or phone appointments are available by request. Please note that resumes can be reviewed through CareerLink or by emailing Susan Gale directly.
Center for Workforce & Organizational Development
The Saint Louis University Workforce Center is offering college credit courses through SPS on any certification course, such as PMP, Security+, CISSP, CBAP, CISA, CISM and any Microsoft technical course. Click here for upcoming April courses at the Center.
Make the Most of Your Summer
Did you know SLU offers numerous Summer camps, programs and classes for students of all ages? Enroll your child in a basketball or culinary camp while you complete a college course. This summer, SLU offers something for everyone! Summer is a perfect opportunity to get ahead for fall. Summer classes at SLU are:
• Fully online for convenience
• Affordable with several scholarships available
• Offered in accelerated four- and eight-week sessions
Check out our online offerings on summer.slu.edu.
Reflect and Connect
Ted Talks: Embrace the Near Win by Sarah Lewis
Success encompasses countless failures and "near wins" that propel us forward. Can you think of any near wins that helped you while in pursuit of a goal? How did you learn from those near wins?
Information Session For Prospective Students
Do you know anyone who would benefit from a Saint Louis University degree? Invite them to our upcoming online information session on Wednesday, April 8 from 5:30 - 6:00 p.m., CDT. Click here for more information, including a link to register.
2015 Sam and Marilyn Fox Atlas Week
The Fifteenth Annual Sam and Marilyn Fox Atlas Week program will be held the week of April 12 through April 18, 2015 at various locations on SLU's campus. Click here to check out what Atlas Week is all about!
'I AM' Series--Cultural Diversity in Mental Health
How often do we look at mental health issues through the lenses of racial, cultural, and gender diversity? What is the influence of culture and gender on the perception and management of mental illness? Panelists from diverse areas of expertise will share their views on the stigmatization of mental health issues in different cultures, the treatment of mental illness among culturally diverse communities, and the importance of cultural competency in mental health care. This session aims to bring cross-cultural perspectives into the discussion on mental illness and enhance participants' understandings about cultural diversity in mental health issues.
This event will be held as part of the monthly "I AM" Identity Awareness and Multiculturalism Workshop Series sponsored by the Cross Cultural Center. The workshop series are constructed to facilitate new levels of consciousness regarding concepts of social identity, privilege, multiculturalism, diversity, and social justice. These sessions move beyond the "celebration" of diversity approach to one grounded in empowering participants to become aware and knowledgeable change agents by providing interactive, engaging, and dynamic experiences.
Date: Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Time: 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Location: Center for Global Citizenship Seminar, Room 124
For more information please email CCC@slu.edu or call (314) 977-2119.
Save the Date for the SPS Trivia Night
The 7th Annual SLU School for Professional Studies Trivia Night to benefit student scholarships will be held on Friday, November 6, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. Please contact Lisa Masters, SPS Development Officer, at (314) 977-3938 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to help or contribute. More information to come...
Contribute to the SPS e.advisor
We would love to feature SPS students in our next e.advisor! If you have any announcements you would like to include or if you just want to highlight a class experience, please contact Lauren Snowden at email@example.com.
Save These Dates
4.1 - 4.2.15
Registration Opens for the 2015-16 Academic Year
Online Information Session for Prospective Students
SLUnited Networking Event for Hospitality Professionals
I AM Monthly Discussion Event
Summer Term Begins
SPS Events Calendar
Study Tip of the Month
Instead of trying to retain new material all at once, try breaking new information into small chunks and reviewing it consistently over a long period of time. This technique is known as "spaced repetition."
Financial Aid Tip of the Month
Looking for scolarship opportunities? Aside from SPS scholarships, local scholarships are often less competitive and will consider criteria beyond GPAs and test scores. Consider doing a simple Google search for St. Louis (or your city) area scholarships.
You can connect with SLU SPS students and alumni via our social networking pages on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and YouTube. Chat with other current students and alumni about your experiences once you add our friends to your network. You may just find a business connection, a wealth of advice or a new study buddy!