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Division of Enrollment and Retention Management

Saint Louis University's Division of Enrollment and Retention Management (ERM) is centered around a vision of working collaboratively with the University community to help attract, enroll, retain and graduate talented and diverse students who are dedicated to changing the world for the better.

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The  ERM division and its nine departments are dedicated to creating and sustaining a culture of engaged University-wide partnerships that enhance our distinctive Catholic Jesuit education through the development and implementation of highly effective and student-success focused services.

We welcome and retain quality students from the United States and abroad. ERM provides admission guidance, class registration, sound financial aid and scholarship assistance, and creates pathways for student success.

What We Do

The Division of Enrollment and Retention Management collaborates with the Saint Louis University community in synthesizing research and services to support the fulfillment of the University's mission, strategic enrollment vision, and our students' educational goals.

View the 2017-18 ERM Annual Report 

Download the 2018 Saint Louis University Profile

Who We Serve

The Division of Enrollment and Retention Management is committed to developing and using global best practices in student enrollment and success.

  • ERM works to build a strategic enrollment management culture focused on achieving the University's student profile and success goals in a manner that is consistent with SLU's position as a leading Catholic, Jesuit institution and national research university.
  • ERM consists of more than 140 team members supporting over 20 departments and programs.
  • ERM provides updates on the University's progress toward meeting the 2018 Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) goals.

Saint Louis University Enrollment Facts


Total Degree-Seeking Enrollment


Degree-Seeking Undergraduate


Degree-Seeking Graduate/Professional


Average Admitted Freshman GPA