There are so many ways to get involved at Saint Louis University. SLU offers an abundance of groups to cater to a wide variety of interests. Take some time and look through the list of organizations on SLU Groups. If you cannot find a group that meets your needs, the Student Involvement Center staff, located in Busch Student Center, Room 319, will be happy to assist you in the process of starting your own student organization at Saint Louis University.
Log into SLU Groups, the online portal to all of SLU’s clubs and student organizations. If you will be using the portal as part of your duties to a club or organization, make sure you’ve reviewed the SLU Groups users guide.
Stop by the SLU Fair, held each semester, for a chance to visit with different student organizations and learn about involvement opportunities throughout campus.
The Student Activities Board serves as a major programming organization on campus. Click here to find information about upcoming events and ways to get involved with SAB.
The Student Government Association serves as the student governing assembly for the Saint Louis University student community. Click here to learn more about SGA.
The Great Issues Committee strives to stimulate insightful, provocative debate on current issues that will inform and educate the SLU community.
The Involvement Center has developed multiple resources and materials that can help student organizations — and their advisers — succeed on campus. We want to help you and your organization plan well-built events that enrich the campus and the community.