Your academic success is our first priority. At Saint Louis University, we help you navigate every step on your college journey, from your first real research paper to your first job post-graduation. We'll even help you choose a major.
SLU provides students with both an academic adviser and a faculty mentor. Guided study groups are available in some residence halls through our learning communities, or you can form your own with the help of SLU's residence hall staff.
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You’ll meet with your adviser and your faculty mentor regularly. Your primary advising office is determined by your major and the college where that major is housed. Some majors and programs — such as honors or pre-professional tracks — have a secondary adviser to help you meet those academic goals.
Meet one-on-one with your own academic coach to perfect your studying, note-taking or testing skills, and to learn about time management and goal setting. Learn about academic coaching.
The Billiken Bridge to Success program is an intensive, four-week academic summer program that accelerates your transition to SLU. Any first-time freshman admitted to SLU can voluntarily participate, or the Office of Admission may require a student to participate as a condition of admission.
If you require academic accommodations on an ongoing or temporary basis, SLU’s disability services staff can help coordinate auxiliary aids and services. Inquiries about reasonable university-related accommodations are kept confidential.
TRiO-Student Support Services is a grant program funded through the Department of Education that works with first-generation college students, those who come from a modest-income household or students who have some type of disability throughout their time at SLU.
SLU's U101 is one-credit course helps you transition from high school to college. Learn about major options at SLU, how to succeed in and outside the classroom, and how to find your place on campus.
SLU’s English Language Center works with any international student and non-native speakers, undergraduate or graduate.
The English Through Service program provides you an extra opportunity to expand your
language skills while volunteering in the St. Louis community.
If it has been some time since you’ve been in the classroom, this class can help you become more a self-directed, effective and efficient learner.
SLU’s Student Success Center offers tutoring specifically for several classes taught at the School for Professional Studies, including the subjects of math, chemistry and data analysis.
More than 90 percent of SLU students are satisfied with their careers or graduate studies. We want the same to be true of you. Discover what you can do with your major. Develop a résumé, interviewing and networking skills, or take advantage of our jobs database. Graduates can continue to use SLU’s career services' resources for life, free of charge.
Available to SLU students and recent alumni, the Workforce Recruitment Program can help you find employment opportunities with the federal government, from internships to permanent positions.