Career Services at Saint Louis University is here to support your hiring needs by helping you establish your organization’s brand on campus. You can connect with the campus community by posting a job on Handshake, scheduling information tables, attending career fairs and more.
Facts About Saint Louis University
Located in the city arts district of St. Louis, Missouri, Saint Louis University is home to more than 8,600 undergraduate students and nearly 5,000 students in graduate and professional programs. As a Jesuit, Catholic university, Saint Louis University fosters its students' intellectual and character development in a residential environment. Founded in 1818, SLU was the first institution of higher learning west of the Mississippi River and has nearly 100 academic programs.
Connect with Campus
Create an account on Handshake to post open job and internship opportunities, reserve space for on-campus interviews, register for recruiting events at Saint Louis University and more.
If you have established an account on Handshake, you can post internships and other employment opportunities directly from your dashboard.
On-Campus recruiting interviews are scheduled for full-time, internship and summer opportunities. All on-campus interviews are held in the Career Services suite, Busch Student Center 331, unless otherwise noted.
Handshake Guides to On-Campus Recruitment:
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To reserve space for an information table, contact Laura Schrubb at email@example.com. There is no cost to reserve an information table.
The following events are available for employer registration for a fee:
- Career and graduate school fairs
- Accounting pre-interview networking social
- Health care networking social
- Nursing career fair
Career Services Policies for Employers
If you have questions or concerns regarding the following career services employer policies, please contact our employer relations consultant, Laura Schrubb, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will only post positions based at commercial businesses. Home-based business, in-home dependent/childcare or nanny positions will not be posted. This is to ensure that Handshake provides students with safe and worthwhile work experience.
This policy applies to all opportunities, including full-time, internship and part-time positions.
Career Services defines any third-party staffing to be any organization recruiting on behalf of, or providing any recruitment services to, another organization. If you or your company falls into this category, please see the details below on our policy regarding third-party staffing firms.
Please create an employer profile on Handshake and request access to Saint Louis University. After requesting access, a Career Services staff member will review and respond to the employer profile in Handshake.
Submitting a request for access to Saint Louis University in Handshake does not guarantee access. If approved, employers must abide by the following requirements:
- All positions posted must be internal to the third-party staffing firm or must clearly disclose the client for which the third-party staffing firm is recruiting
- Review and abide by the NACE Principles for Third-Party Recruiters
If any member of an approved third-party staffing firm fails to uphold the standards discussed above, access to Handshake and Saint Louis University students will be permanently terminated for the entire organization.
The Career Services office reserves the right to ban any organization from campus for violating any guidelines related to office policies and procedures.
Employer usage of Handshake is limited to employment/recruiting-related purposes only. Registered employers must comply with all federal, state, and local laws and established affirmative action/equal employment opportunity regulations and guidelines.
Career Services reserves the right for any or no reason to deny access to any employer, and also reserves the right to refuse and/or edit job postings as deemed warranted by the University in the University's sole and absolute discretion.
Due to the prevalence of fraudulent employers using generic email addresses, Career Services requires all employers in Handshake to use an email domain specific to their company.
Employers using Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, AOL, MSN, Hotmail, email addresses from an internet service provider and all other generic email addresses for their company or any users in Handshake will be declined a connection with Saint Louis University.
Special consideration is made for not-for-profit organizations. Please email Laura Schrubb at email@example.com for more information.
All organizations offering services already provided by Career Services will be declined a connection with Saint Louis University in Handshake.
This includes but is not limited to professional resume writing, professional resume review, career counseling and job listings.
All third-party recruiters and staffing agencies should review our Third-Party Staffing Firm Policy.
No organizations or employment opportunities that require applicants to pay any fee will be approved in Handshake. This policy does not apply to colleges and universities recruiting for academic programs.
Internship compensation must meet the U.S. Department of Labor standards. The student and their academic program must agree upon all internships for academic credit.
All employers participating in on-campus recruitment must give two full weeks for students to decide to accept or decline the offer. All bonuses or other incentives should remain in full effect for the entire two-week offer period. The two-week offer period will begin when a written offer is extended to the student.
Employers can schedule a free tabling session in one of six locations on campus. Table availability is pre-set each semester based on the building and is reserved for employers on a first-come-first-served basis. Employers cannot schedule more than one table per building, per semester.
All tabling-session cancellations must be communicated at least 24 business hours before the schedule table. If a tabling session is canceled with less than 24 business hours of notice or the employer no-shows to the reserved tabling session, the employer will be given a warning via email and reminded of the policy, but allowed to keep their remaining tabling reservations. If there is a second offense, all future tabling sessions for the semester will be canceled, and the employer will be banned from tabling for the following semester. Special consideration will be made for extenuating circumstances.
To learn more about the various options for tabling on campus, contact Laura Schrubb, Employer Relations Consultant, at firstname.lastname@example.org.