Volunteer

There are many ways to stay connected to SLUH, like volunteering with other alumni. Thousands of volunteers contribute their time, talents and knowledge to our community each year—and we hope you consider yourself one of them.

 

Volunteer Contact


SLUH Alumni Office

alumni@sluh.org

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Get Involved


ADMISSION Volunteers
 


ALUMNI SERVICE & SPIRITUALITY COMMITTEE
 


Class Captains & SLUH DAY Volunteers
 


Reunion VolunteerS
 


SLUH Archive Volunteers
 


 

Volunteer Opportunities


 

Admission Volunteers

Alumni and parents of current SLUH students are invited to assist with the admissions process. These volunteers help the SLUH Admissions team to recruit and enroll talented young men from all over the area.


Contact Director of Admission Ann Murphy to get involved >


 

Alumni Service & Spirituality Committee

The Alumni Service & Spirituality Committee establishes service projects and formation groups for the SLUH community. Volunteers on this committee assist with the annual Alumni Day of Service, and help build connections with nonprofits in the St. Louis area.


Serve with SLUH by contacting Hap Burke '82 >


 

Class Captains & SLUH Day Volunteers

Class Captains represent their class on the SLUH Alumni Board. Through regular outreach, these alumni leaders advocate for their classmates, promote community and build excitement for both the Jr. Bill Fund and St. Louis U. High Day—our November giving event.

  


 

Reunion Volunteers

In addition to inviting classmates back for their SLUH Reunion, Reunion Volunteers are encouraged to plan additional weekend events for their fellow Jr. Bills. Alumni classes ending in 2 and 7 will reunite at SLUH in Fall 2022.


Complete the Reunion Volunteer form >


 

SLUH Archive Volunteers

A permanent, ongoing effort inspired by the Class of '63, the SLUH Archive serves as the official catalog of all SLUH-related documents and artifacts. Alumni, retired faculty and staff, Jesuits and all in the SLUH community are invited to get involved.


Learn more by contacting Archives Coordinator Emma Prince >