How to Get Involved
There are plenty of groups and committees that employees can join at Saint Louis University in order to get involved with the University community. Below, you will find a list of groups that are presently partaking in activities that carryout Saint Louis University’s mission and values across campus.
- International Faculty and Staff Association (IFSA)
The IFSA assists new employees with their transition to the United States and to the SLU community. They are comprised of approximately 90 members that serve as a resource for international staff and faculty, as well as the entire SLU community. They are your first stop for information regarding international affairs and can help with anything from international research to international grocery stores. They even have a list of hundreds of ethnic restaurants in the St. Louis area. To find out more about IFSA, please CLICK HERE.
- MOVE Committee
The MOVE Committee was founded in 2010 as a sub-committee in Human Resources whose mission is: “Building community and employee engagement by reaching out and connecting with University individuals to enhance the SLU identity." The MOVE Committee is accepting suggestions for future MOVE events. If you would like to make a suggestion, please CLICK HERE.
Please see the calendar below for upcoming MOVE Committee events.
- Staff Advisory Committee (SAC)
Mission Statement In accordance with the Catholic Jesuit identity of Saint Louis University, the purpose of the Staff Advisory Committee shall be to communicate the interests and concerns of a diverse University staff; to function in an advisory capacity in the development, review and implementation of University policies which affect staff; to provide a means of communication with the administration, faculty, and students, and support them with the knowledge, skills, and abilities of the staff; and to create and nurture a spirit of unity among all employees at the University. To find out more about SAC, please CLICK HERE.
- The Women's Commission
Established in 1973 as The President's Advisory Commission on the Status of Women, its initial primary focus was affirmative action and equal opportunity. An Executive Board, widely representative of the women at the University, sponsors programs, provides a forum for women's concerns, and serves as a vehicle for communication about issues and opportunities for women in higher education. The Women's Commission has sponsored special workshops and seminars and, since 1978, has recognized the contributions of women to the University by honoring the "Woman of the Year" at an annual luncheon. Programs are open to all members of the University community. To find out more about Women's Commission, please CLICK HERE.