Progress

Campaign Celebrates Successes, Sets Sights on Renovations

Thanks to the generous support of benefactors, SLUH has experienced remarkable progress in the areas of financial accessibility and program excellence. Some successes include:

  • Strong support for financial aid
  • Established College Counseling program, adding staff, strengthening programming and reducing the student/counselor ratio
  • Expanded retreat offerings and established the Madonna Della Strada Retreat Center
  • Created the James Guth ‘62 Innovation Lab, a 5,200 square-foot space to enhance STEM and robotics programming
  • Added Arabic language and culture studies to the curriculum

  

Moving forward, SLUH seeks to secure funding for several important projects to realize its 21st century campus vision, including:

  • The J. Anthony and Donna M. Dill Center for Academic Success
  • Renovation of SLUH’s chapel and David J. and Kelly E. Laughlin Campus Ministry Center
  • World Learning Center

In the News

Summer in South America
  • Global Education
  • Student Life

This summer Casimir Magruder ‘21 and Jack Rosenstengel ’21 studied at SLUH’s Jesuit partner school in Bucaramanga, Colombia for six weeks.

Nine Jr. Bills Complete STARS Program
  • STEAM

Nine students successfully completed a competitive summer program working with leading researchers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Going the Distance
  • STEAM
  • Student Life

The Jr. Bills-led team earned two awards at the 14th annual Missouri SuperMileage Challenge.

Entrepreneur at Heart
  • Alumni
  • STEAM

A cardiologist by trade, Dr. Jerry Dwyer '75 embodies an entrepreneurial mindset in a multitude of pursuits. 

East-West Solidarity
  • Alumni
  • Global Education
  • Student Life

SLUH's Chinese program remains one of the longest standing programs in the Midwest – and, given China’s global influence, it is exceedingly relevant.

Mind Over Matter
  • Counseling

Tim Curdt '90, Director of SLUH's Learning Center, discusses how SLUH is applying the latest brain-based research to its curriculum and support services.

Avec Férocité: The Life of Antwine Willis '19
  • Features
  • Student Life

Antwine Willis ‘19 developed the confidence and faith in himself, despite tremendous challenges, to become one of the dynamic leaders of his graduating class.

Going Forth into Our Third Century
  • Advancement
  • Features
  • Go Forth

SLUH celebrated 200 years of excellence with the announcement of Go Forth, a campaign investing $70 million in financial accessibility, program excellence and a 21st century campus.

Global Solidarity
  • Features
  • Global Education

The senior class put solidarity in action this January in St. Louis and beyond, providing more than 30,000 hours of community service at 66 sites in five countries.

Go Forth Inspires Transformational Giving
  • Advancement
  • Alumni
  • Go Forth

Tony '57 and Donna Dill are making The J. Anthony '57 and Donna M. Dill Center for Academic Success a reality through their extraordinary generosity.