Campus resources continue to be here to support students through this challenging time.
Please know that during this time not all phone lines are being actively monitored during normal business hours as some staff members continue to work remotely. Email is the preferred mode of communication; however, should you choose to call, please leave a voicemail as they will be checked regularly. A representative from the appropriate office will get back with you as soon as possible.
As we are committed to maintaining a strong sense of community for all of our students, we have also included ways to engage with many of these resources remotely.
Academic Advising: (How to Find My Academic Advisor). Academic Advisors will conduct virtual advising appointments via phone or online. Students may schedule advising appointments through EAB Navigate. Academic Advisors will provide information to students about their scheduled appointment and advising next steps. Students may contact their academic advisor via email for more information or assistance.
Blueprint for Success: First-year students have the option to participate in Blueprint for Success, which is a free, 5 session series focused on success in the new year. The application is open through February 3, 2021 and the small groups (including other first-year students and a facilitator) will begin meeting virtually February 8, 2021.
English Language Center: Current students should schedule appointments through EAB Navigate. Students will select “INTO SLU” from the dropdown menu of available services and then select “English Language Center.”
Math Help Sessions: Help sessions will be held remotely via drop-in Zoom meetings. Students will need to access the provided spreadsheet with their SLU account to access the Zoom links with the active tutors.
Other Academic Resources
SLU Bookstore: Contact the SLU Bookstore at 314-531-7925 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Find the bookstore on Facebook @slubookstore and Instagram @slu_bookstore. Visit the SLU Bookstore website for information on how to return rented textbooks.
U.S. Bank: The on campus branch of U.S. Bank can be reached at 314-533-1041.
Financial Aid and Student Employment
SLU has developed a revised way of collecting information for financial aid: the Special Circumstances Relief Application.
All students (undergraduate, graduate and professional) who have experienced loss of income or other special circumstances that their ability to afford educational expenses for the 2020-21 academic year are encouraged to fill out the application.
Open Student Worker Positions
Career Services is keeping a database of available student worker positions. If there is not an opportunity to continue working for your office or department and you would like to keep working, email Floyd Welsh, Director of Career Services, at email@example.com .
Health and Well-being
Center for Service and Community Engagement: Contact the Center at 314-977-4105 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Find the Center @SLU_CSCE on Twitter; Center for Service and Community Engagement on Facebook and @SLU CSCE on Instagram.
Office of Student Responsibility and Community Standards: Contact the Office at 314-977-2376 or email@example.com.
Student Health Center: 314-977-2323 (nurse is available on-call after hours)
University Counseling Center: 314-977-TALK. Center will be open during normal business hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CDT.
SLU-Madrid: Please refer to this campus’ website for the latest updates.
International Services (Study Abroad): 314-977-2318
International Services (International Students): 314-977-2318