Saint Louis University honors its supporters through a variety of clubs and societies that celebrate the generosity of alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students and friends.
Their gifts support University operations, fund scholarships and faculty resources, and help secure SLU’s future.
The 1818 Society honors alumni and friends who have invested in Saint Louis University’s future through planned gifts. These gifts include bequest provisions in a will or trust, life income arrangements, lead trusts, life estates, gifts of life insurance, and beneficiary designations made with retirement assets or insurance policies.
The 1818 Society is named for the year of Saint Louis University’s founding and reflects the important legacy of planned giving donors, whose gifts make historic impacts on the University.
If you have included Saint Louis University in your estate planning but are not a member of the 1818 Society, please complete the membership enrollment form.
The Billiken Club honors donors who support Billiken Athletics each year. The generosity of this group of loyal alumni, parents and friends benefits all 18 Billiken varsity teams, enabling the University to provide a first-class intercollegiate athletics program that offers competitive scholarships, state-of-the-art facilities and outstanding coaches.
Membership in the Billiken Club is granted to:
For more information on membership benefits or to purchase tickets, visit the Billiken Club website.
Through the Corporate Partners Program, Saint Louis University is proud to recognize the many organizations that provide annual support by strategically investing in education, service and scholarship.
The DuBourg Society, named after the University’s founder, Bishop Louis William DuBourg, honors past and present contributors with a lifelong commitment of generosity to Saint Louis University. The society welcomes those who have given $100,000 or more to the University throughout their lives.
Friends of the Theatre recognizes those who support SLU’s Theatre Program. These contributors enable SLU to provide a robust theatre education in the Jesuit tradition, transforming today’s students into tomorrow’s creators who reflect and shape society through the arts. Membership is available to supporters who give $35 or more to SLU each year; for more information on levels and benefits, please call 314-977-3145.
This select group of supporters help ensure that SLU’s libraries remain among the best in the world by enabling the University to continuously enhance its collections. Membership is open to those who give $75 or more to any SLU library fund each fiscal year, and benefits include library access, cultural events and an exclusive invitation to the annual St. Louis Literary Award ceremony.
The Parents Circle Annual Giving Society honors current and former Billiken parents who provide annual leadership gifts beyond the cost of tuition. Membership is granted to those who donate $1,000 or more to any University fund per fiscal year.
All Parents Circle members receive:
The President’s Circle Annual Giving Society honors the donors who support Saint Louis University with leadership gifts of $2,500 or more each year. This select community of donors sets the pace for advancing the University’s mission of excellence in teaching, research and service to the community through their generosity. Contributions made by President’s Circle members may be directed to any school or program within the University.
All President’s Circle members receive:
The True to SLU Society honors those true-blue supporters who champion the University’s mission with a gift of any amount to any University fund in consecutive fiscal years. Whether they’ve given for two years or 20, True to SLU members are the backbone of Saint Louis University.
The White Coat Society celebrates the robust partnerships between the School of Medicine and its alumni and supporters. Membership is granted to those who support SLU’s School of Medicine with leadership gifts of $2,500 (special rates are available to young alumni) or more each year, contributing to the advancement of Saint Louis University’s Jesuit medical education.