On October 20, all students and faculty/staff dedicated more than 3,000 service hours to 20 organizations in the metropolitan area in gratitude to the City of St. Louis for 200 years of partnership and support.
Working for the Common Good
Dear SLUH Community,
Like any organization, SLUH strives to remain focused on mission. Incorporating our Ignatian tradition, we find that being reflective and deliberate in our decision-making process helps us to hold course. One way that we reflect on our tradition is to designate an over-arching theme for each academic year. For the past decade, we have been dedicating each year to a principle from either the Profile of a Jesuit Graduate at Graduation or Catholic Social Teaching. This year, we have taken the mantra of The Common Good as our framing device...
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