The National Alumni Board, an advisory group that works to strengthen the connection between the SLU and its alumni, serves as a voice for the University’s 120,000+ graduates. Through its four committees — Alumni Merit Awards, Alumni Professional Development, Development and Fundraising, and Programming and Services — the board promotes and enhances programs within the Office of Alumni and Donor Engagement, encourages alumni participation in University events and philanthropy to SLU, and recognizes alumni achievement and commitment to the mission of Saint Louis University.
Lisa Anderson, School of Business ’82
John Beulick, School of Law ’88
Robert Blaskiewicz, School of Medicine ’75
Jeanine Blaskiewicz, College of Arts and Sciences ’70
Carroll Brennan, School of Medicine ’81
William Carlson, School of Medicine ’81
Valerie Davisson, School of Business ’87, ’92
Beth Gori, School of Law ’99
Randy Gori, College of Arts and Sciences ’95 and School of Law ’98
Patrick Lee, Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology ’59
Anne Perry, School of Nursing ’76
If you are interested in serving on the National Alumni Board in the future or would like to nominate an alumna/us, please contact Annelise Pivin at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jessica Pressler at email@example.com.
Share your professional experience with current students and alumni by becoming a mentor through SLUVisors, the University’s official online mentorship platform.
Celebrating your 50th, 25th, 10th or 5th undergraduate reunion this year? Help make
the celebrations happen by joining your reunion committee.
School of Medicine graduates celebrating reunions are also invited to help plan the festivities. Volunteer by contacting Elizabeth Wikoff at (314) 977- 7825 or firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the volunteer form.
Sign up to host a meal for current students in your field of study at the time, date and location of your choosing. Complete the host form or the volunteer form and someone will be in contact with you with more details.
School of Medicine alumni can sign up to be alumni mentors and help new graduates acclimate to their new cities and roles. Beginning in June of each year, the Office of Alumni & Donor Engagement will match recent medical school graduates with alumni in their local areas and in similar specialties. Complete this form to join.
An alumni group volunteers at SLU's annual day of service, Make A Difference Day, in the fall and for Alpha Phi Omega's Showers of Service in the spring. If you would like to participate, please complete the volunteer form.
Help ensure that SLU’s next freshman class is full of high-achieving students by volunteering to interview the applicants for the University’s two most prestigious scholarships, the Presidential Scholarship and the Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship.
Interviews for the 2017 freshman class will be held Feb. 11, Feb. 18 and March 25, 2017; registration for the 2017 interviews opens Dec. 12, 2016.
Volunteer at the Health Resource Center, the free, student-run clinic led by School of Medicine students. Clinics take place on Saturday mornings, and physicians and nurse practitioners are needed. Adjunct faculty status is necessary to volunteer, but a representative from the clinic will walk you through the process. Fill out the volunteer form to learn more.
SLU LAW offers its graduates multiple ways to stay involved with the school, from judging moot court sessions to providing legal services to the community.
As a SLU graduate, you are a tremendous source of information about the University, campus life and St. Louis for prospective students and their families. If you are interested in representing SLU at recruitment events across the United States, sign up to be a volunteer ambassador.