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What's the Scoop at SLU?

Between all of the paperwork and processes and the sometimes confusing array of SLU acronyms, there's much to learn about Saint Louis University. Our What's the Scoop at SLU? Facebook Live webinars are designed to give families opportunities to learn more about how the various campus departments and offices are working to support their students. You'll also have a chance to meet the faces behind the names and ask any lingering questions.

Upcoming Webinars

Date/Time Topic and Link Panelists Description
Watch Recording

University Counseling Services

Melissa Douglas, University Counseling Center

Reflect and Reset in 2024: sponsored by the Counseling Center. Recap the year for your Billiken regarding health and well-being, how you can support your students transition out of spring, and how to prepare strategies for the summer. We also identify effective resources for the end-of-summer turnaround. 

Watch Recording

The Dean of Students Office

Donney Moroney, Assistant VP and Dean of Students

We understand that you want your student to be successful while attending college. Part of the process is helping them find their voice and support. This webinar will explain how families can balance supporting their students without hindering the development of their independence. Meet Donney Moroney, the dean of students to learn how her office's services assist students in navigating the institution.

Watch Recording

Career Services

Cori Israel, Assistant Director, Career Services

This webinar educates parents and family members on Career Services Resources, as well as upcoming events for students. Parents and family members are encouraged to consider ways they can partner with us (i.e. help at an event, host a SLU student as an intern, post their company jobs on Handshake for SLU students, etc.)

Watch FAFSA Recording

The New FAFSA Form

SLU Financial Services

Learn about the scholarship and financial aid process and prepare to complete the 2024-2025 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Registration is open to high school students and families, current college students and their families, and anyone wanting to learn about the FAFSA Simplification changes.