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Find the latest information about academics and advising, available internships, student organizations and more.

Academic Advising

Learn more about academic advising available at Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology. Meet your adviser, find dates and deadlines, and discover how you can succeed at Parks College

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Scholarships and Financial Aid

The application season for scholarships for the 2017-18 school year will begin March 1. Look for an email on your account announcing the official start. All admitted Parks College students with a GPA in good standing are eligible to apply. Graduate students can also learn how to apply for assistantships and fellowships.

Learn more about financial aid

Student Organizations

Looking to get involved? Check out the many student organizations at Parks College that will allow you to connect with fellow students and serve the community. 

Learn more about Parks College student organizations

Parks Peers for Student Success - P²S² Mentor Collective 

P²S² is partnering with an organization called Mentor Collective to create a new program to match new Parks students with mentors who have been in their shoes and know first-hand what it’s like to enter the SLU community. 

Learn more about the P²S² Program

Innovation Challenges

Challenge yourself and compete for a chance to win cash prizes at the Monthly Innovation Challenge. Students of all majors are invited to form teams and put their creativity to the test. 

Learn more about Parks College's Innovation Challenges

Grand Challenge Scholars Program

SLU’s Grand Challenge Scholars program gives you the opportunity to make the world a better, more inclusive place. As a Grand Challenges Scholar, you'll receive certification on your transcript from the National Academy of Engineers, one of the highest honors in the industry.

Learn more about the Grand Challenge Scholars Program