Based on our commitment of service to others, we improve health and well-being locally, nationally and internationally through unique interdisciplinary approaches that inspire students, generate knowledge and engage individuals and communities.
Consistent with the Jesuit tradition of Saint Louis University, the College for Public Health & Social Justice continually strives for excellence in scholarship through nationally and internationally recognized performance in teaching, research and service.
The core of our mission is to seek truth, but as a Catholic, Jesuit institution we acknowledge that simply seeking truth is not enough. The methods we use to discover truth, the ends for which it is sought, and the ways in which it illuminates the world further are all essential aspects of our mission.
The Covenant of the College for Public Health & Social Justice
Members of the Saint Louis University College for Public Health & Social Justice community are called to action by our Jesuit tradition to be men and women for and with others. We contribute to health and well-being for all by balancing the ideals of:
Developing self-control and self-awareness to act with personal and professional competence
Cultivating relationships with integrity and respect, valuing the inherent dignity and worth of every person
Passionately pursuing social justice with vigor and to promote positive change
Recognizing the dynamic and complex nature of social injustice and responding with innovative solutions
Seizing chances to learn, grow, and evolve in our ever-changing world
Understanding our responsibility as members of a Jesuit university, serving others where and when there is need
In keeping with the Saint Louis University mission, we do this for the greater glory of God. We fulfill our commitment to service and action with passion and pride as students, faculty, staff and graduates of the Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice.