Going Forth into Our Third Century
Strength in Our Roots
Called to the Frontiers: Innovation in Our Third Century
Global Solidarity

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.

SLUH kicked off Black History Month with an all-school assembly that celebrated the accomplishments of black alumni and featured keynote remarks from Daniel Heard '04.

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.

Welcome from the Principal
Fr. Ian Gibbons, SJ

Solidarity, our theme for this academic year, is tied to our mission in so many ways. We promote service for the care of others, and our formation of students and faculty helps develop leaders capable of working toward solutions to the complex problems plaguing our world. In solidarity, we aspire to build God's kingdom here and now.  >>>More

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From Olympics to Oakland Avenue

One year after veteran broadcaster Steve Schlanger '89 called one of the most exciting moments in U.S. winter Olympics history, he graced SLUH's Father/Son Banquet as the featured speaker.

A Vacation with God

Longtime retreat leader John Lally '80 reflects on his experiences at White House and the value of dedicating a few days each year to God.

Men for Each Other

Over the years, one alumnus has observed a slightly different twist on the Ignatian "men for others" dictum that is equally, if not more remarkable.