04/18- Campus Kitchen is in need of help at the beginning of summer delivering meals to its clients living in the buildings across from Reinert Hall.
04/13- The objective is to reduce risk to the University by educating the community on how to protect SLU's data, network and other IT resources.
04/10- The symposium provides seniors a venue to showcase their academic achievements through professional presentations.
04/05- Normal hours of operation resume Tuesday, April 18.
03/23- In coordination with the Department of Public Safety, Simplex Grinnell will be performing annual inspections April 3-28.
03/22- The center is currently recruiting applicants for the 2017-18 academic year.
03/20- March's security patches for Microsoft Windows were sent to all PCs Monday, March 20.
03/20- The ceremony takes place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 25, in the Pere Marquette Gallery in DuBourg Hall.
03/16- The campus map has been updated to reflect the University’s latest building projects, including Spring Hall and Grand Hall.
03/16- The Office of the Vice President for Research hosted the 40th Annual Grant winner reception Jan. 27. Senior and junior faculty were recognized for excellence in research, and innovation and service awards were presented.
03/16- ITS has outsourced phone support to Blackboard, Inc., which will enable IT support to be available 24 hours per day, seven days per week, 365 days per year.
03/09- More than 600 students came to seek career opportunities and network with over 130 attending organizations at the fair, hosted by Career Services Feb. 22.
03/08- Students want to hear from SLU employees who utilize SLUCare and the MYCare program, as well as employees who receive care from other locales.
03/08- The SLU Bookstore, located in Busch Student Center, will have amended hours during spring break.
03/08- Select candidates who are unable to travel for the traditional interviews have been granted video interviews Tuesday, March 21, and Wednesday, March 22.
03/03- Students, faculty and staff who are registered in the City of St. Louis can vote in the St. Louis Municipal Primary on March 7.
03/02- Tickets are $25 each and are located in the in-field pavilion of Busch Stadium.
02/09- The partnership is tied to SLU's diversity and community engagement goals as laid out in the Clock Tower Accords.
02/03- Nominate your department or another department to be recognized and receive a candygram delivery.
02/03- Students, faculty and staff who are registered to vote and live in the City of St. Louis (including those who live on campus) can vote in the St. Louis Municipal Primary Tuesday, March 7.
02/02- Individuals who are juniors and seniors and identify as black or African-American are encouraged to participate.
02/02- Every department with graduate degree programs is encouraged to participate and compete for monetary prizes.
02/01- Overall, 641 pounds were collected, including 80 pounds of food that will be repurposed by Campus Kitchen.
02/01- Establishment of a list serve to send info about upcoming events for veterans is being developed.
01/31- The Saint Louis University Library Associates has selected acclaimed writer Margaret Atwood as the recipient of the 2017 St. Louis Literary Award.
01/30- Scholarships may be requested from Monday, Feb. 6 through Tuesday, Feb. 28.
01/26- C. George Ray M.D., was the fifth department chair of pediatrics from 1993 to 2001.
01/23- Students may submit nominations through Monday, Feb. 20.
01/18- The SLU Taizé community is looking for musicians (particularly guitarists and singers) to help with music for weekly Taizé prayer services.
01/18- CLCs are groups of six to 10 people who meet weekly to pray with Scripture and seek a deeper appreciation of God's activity in their lives.
01/12- Alison Thompson has worked as a full-time volunteer for the past 16 years, running refugee and internally displaced persons campus and field hospitals around the world.
01/11- Nominations for the 2017 SLU Star award are now being accepted. Submit nominations by Wednesday, Feb. 8.
01/10- The program aims to provide work groups, departments and divisions the opportunity to engage in service in the surrounding community while forming relationships.
01/05- Beginning Monday, Jan. 9, students, faculty, staff and visitors can pay for parking immediately east and west of Grand Boulevard using the Parkmobile app.
01/04- University Provost Nancy Brickhouse, Ph.D., has announced the members of the search committee to select the next dean of the School for Professional Studies.
01/03- Graduate students may apply for a fellowship award for exam preparation or thesis/dissertation research.
01/03- The group for SLU students will meet weekly to discuss the book Witnessing Whitness: The Need to Talk about Race and How to Do It.
12/22- Juniors and seniors who identify as black or African American are invited to participate.
12/22- English faculty, as their Christmas gift to the SLU community, offer their choices of the 10 most thought-provoking, absorbing and surprising books published this past year.
12/21- The program aims to build faculty and student scholarly partnerships to develop community-based projects and enhance University-community relations.
12/19- The OSPA offers reminders and instructions to ensure that each effort report is accurate, and to avoid potential compliance issues.
12/15- Employees can receive up to four free tickets to one or both of the following Billikens basketball games: the WBB game verses Mizzou on Dec. 21, or the MBB game vs. Winthrop on Dec. 22.
12/14- The deadline for the contest, sponsored by University Writing Services and the Office of the Provost, has been extended to Tuesday, Dec. 20.
12/14- Follow these instructions to conserve energy and prevent unwanted surprises upon returning to the office in January.
12/13- Various services available to the SLU community will have modified schedules over the holiday break.
12/13- Campus Kitchen seeks volunteer assistance with food delivery over the next month while students are on break.
12/08- There is limited space available for housing related to a camp or conference during summer 2017.
12/07- The Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Dec. 8 is the patronal feast day of the United States and a holy day of obligation in the Catholic Church.
12/07- The theme for the 2017 Sam and Marilyn Fox Atlas Week Program is "Visions for Global Change: Start Where You Are. Do What You Can."
12/06- Selected ideas include 1818 expansion programs, an assessment center for students with disabilities, Billiken Ventures, coding camps and more.
12/06- With winter weather in the forecast, Saint Louis University reminds students, faculty and staff about University and SLUCare policies that guide inclement weather closures.
12/06- The commencement address will be delivered by Paul Bracher, Ph.D., and the ceremony's student speaker is Laura Kleinschmidt.
11/30- Items such as soap, lotion and sweets are requested for the elderly at the Metropolitan Village Apartments near SLU's St. Louis campus.
11/28- Each gift to SLU supports scholarships, research, student services or the annual fund.
11/18- Students from the senior civil engineering class are working to redesign the Koeing Plaza above the lecture halls for their senior design project.
11/18- Several buildings on north campus will experience a 30-minute electrical service interruption in both the morning and afternoon Friday, Nov. 25.
11/18- Full-time employees will be eligible for four hours of holiday pay on the half-day holiday Wednesday, Nov. 23. Note that SLUCare follows a different schedule than the University.
11/16- Student Mail Services will begin adjusted hours on Monday, Nov. 21, and Busch Student Center's holiday schedule will go into effect Tuesday, Nov. 22.
11/14- From Nov. 14-18, SLU's international students will collect donations for food baskets for local families.
11/11- SLU-themed Christmas cards are available for personalization and purchase via the University's online stationery vendor, Bender Inc.