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Academic Advising - Student Information

Academic advising is an essential component of a student's educational experience at Saint Louis University. All undergraduate students are assigned a professional academic advisor who works with them throughout their time at SLU.  These advisors provide important information and guidance to help students achieve their educational goals, assist them in navigating various policies and procedures, and are often the initial point of contact between students and campus resources. Learn more about SLU's advising structure, outcomes, and locations.


Find My Academic Advisor

You can locate, email, and schedule a meeting with your advisor through Navigate Student.  To do so, log into Navigate Student:

  • Smartphone: install the "Navigate Student" app from Google Play or the App store and log in using your SLU credentials.
  • Computer: log into and select the "EAB Navigate-Students" app.

To email your advisor:  within the EAB Navigate app, click on "Resources" and then "People" to see the list of your Success Team.  Click the email of the person you'd like to email.

To schedule an appointment:  go to the "Appointments" tab on the main page and select "My Team" and "Meet with your Success Team," then select your advisor's name.

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Campus Resources and Support Services 

Saint Louis University has an extensive and diverse array of support services that will contribute to your success at SLU.  See Your Guide to Being a Billiken.


Degree Works

Degree Works is Saint Louis University’s online degree evaluation and is available via mySLU. Review your degree audit prior to meeting with your advisor or mentor, preparing any questions that you may have regarding your degree requirements.  You can also run a “what-if” scenario to see how your courses would fit into a different major or minor. 


SLU Academic Catalog

The Academic Catalog, updated every year, contains the latest information available at the time of publication regarding fees, courses, admission and graduation requirements, general regulations, and curricula.  Additional information may be obtained from your college or school handbook.