Center for Service and Community Engagement: The Saint Louis University Center for Service and Community Engagement was founded in the Fall 2009, with the intention of bringing together students, faculty, staff, and community partners through service, community-based learning, and research. The Center is housed in both Student Development and Academic Affairs, and also works very closely with Mission and Ministry.
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SLU Global Medical Brigades:
" We are a socially conscience network of volunteers who want to make a difference. A grass roots movement all over the country providing supporting health care and infrastructure solutions in the world's poorest countries"
BreakOut Mission Trips:
During Spring Break and Summer Break students travel in small groups to serve the poor and marginalized in various regions of the country and in Latin America. Recent destinations include El Salvador, Belize, Mexico, Appalachia, Detroit, New Orleans, and the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota. Through these service and immersion experiences, students encounter the social factors that contribute to poverty and respond to the call to service and solidarity.
"In support of Saint Louis University's Jesuit mission, the Cross Cultural Center (CCC) maintains an inclusive environment of mutual respect for people of all backgrounds, cultures and identities. It is our mission to promote multicultural awareness and education, provide support services to historically underrepresented and marginalized student populations and develop students into critically reflective and socially just leaders within society. Our efforts are grounded in cultivating knowledge and engagement through intentional collaborations, experiences, initiatives, and programs."
"Global Brigades is the world's largest student-led global health and sustainable development organization. Since 2004, Global Brigades has mobilized thousands of university students and professionals through nine skill-based service programs."
The Atlas Program
is designed to recognize the international dimension of Saint Louis University's academic programs and to celebrate SLU's role in international education and service in light of our Jesuit tradition. Over the course of its evolution, this one-week program has expanded its mission and has become an important program for promoting global civic engagement at SLU. One of the main goals of the Atlas Program is to increase awareness of the global issues that confront us today in an effort not only to promote discussion, but to inspire and inform action. It focuses on what we as global citizens can do to contribute to a better life for all people now and in the future. The Atlas Program is unique in that for one week of the year, it brings together members of the University community to focus on the global challenges that confront us in the 21st century.
is both a legislative body composed of students from various multicultural and social justice organizations. DLC is responsible for listening to and acting upon student diversity and social justice concerns to ensure that SLU is providing a safe and inclusive environment to all students.
The issues regarding diversity lie within the factors that hinder its breadth, not diversity itself. Those issues of inclusion, awareness, education, transparency, communication, and collaboration are what need to be improved in order to see diversity truly light up Saint Louis University's campus. Though our campus is not a utopian society that will be the first to see a world void of racism, sexism, classism, or any other form of discrimination, DLC will continue to work for a society that will foster students that lead by example in abolishing these injustices to create a more inclusive world.
NAACP is an organization that promotes diversity and social justice for everyone. We work on campus and in the greater St. Louis Community to insure all people are treated equally.
LCI's Vision Statement: To be the global leader in community and humanitarian service.
LCI's Mission Statement: To empower volunteering to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding.
is a group for those interested in urban planning or urban affairs, welcoming graduate and undergraduate students from all disciplines. Events will provide opportunities to network, raise awareness of urban issues, and volunteer in the community.
STEM Urban Outreach is a student group that provides outreach and service opportunities for SLU students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics fields.
The Student Health Advocates/Peer Educator (S.H.A.P.E.) program is one of the preventative arms of Student Health and Counseling Services at Saint Louis University.
The Beta Delta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated was chartered November 12, 1932. Beta Delta is committed to the purpose of Alpha Kappa Alpha, service to ALL mankind.