Saint Louis University-Main Campus Reviews
St. Louis University is a great school that offers small class size and knowledgeable professors. I completed two degrees at the same time, sociology and criminal justice. The caliber of the students and the opportunities to bond formed lifelong connections for me. The only thing I saw a problem with is the available parking. The school is located in an area that is a little underfunded and can be a bit scary and dangerous, however, the campus itself is like a city within a city. Everything you need is on campus, and the surrounding area offers some of the most diverse entertainment and culinary experiences you can find anywhere. Definitely an A rated school.
A great private Catholic Jesuit institution that caters to the growth and development of the whole person. I have learned so much from my professors and my peers. I am grateful for the many opportunities to network and grow. This place is a home away from home. I truly recommend applying to SLU. They take pride in us, students.
Saint Louis University is a wonderful campus with diverse, motivated, and extremely creative students. My major specifically, had instructors with lots of background in the field of Health Management and Public Health. I believe that many of the relationships I made on campus with my fellow students and faculty had the greatest impact on my experience. However, the school claims to make the education affordable for all students and create student success. This is false. Students get very little, if any, financial aid unless they are international students and the students without a doubt create their own success by leaning on one another. The staff and services on campus do not compare in quality at all to the quality of faculty and student body.
Saint Louis University was a special place to attend as an undergrad. In the heart of St. Louis, students are actively engaged in community development and local service work. SLU's Jesuit mission permeates teachings in the classroom, extracurricular activities, and student life. The school places high value on diversity of background and opinion, challenging students to step outside of their comfort zones to serve and understand people from different walks of life. Students, faculty and staff treat each other with dignity and respect as they all work towards a common goal of pursuing excellence in academics, athletics, and societal well-being. I started like many students as a pre-medical student but decided I preferred the business end of healthcare. SLU's Health Management and Policy program gave me great opportunities for group work and individual projects centered on Lean/Six Sigma methodology, local and global health programs, and cost-effective program and policy design. I also chose to pursue a minor in Theological Studies which helped broaden my understanding of different faiths. Extracurricular activities like our incredible Relay For Life chapter and our active Alpha Phi Omega chapter (a service fraternity) kept me engaged even while I held a part-time job off-campus. Everyone at SLU wants to build a community, and as a girl away from home I was so grateful for the opportunity to see the true spirit of St. Louis.
Saint Louis University is a Jesuit University where the education is rooted in their mission in educating the whole person. I feel that this outlook on education is important in preparing a student for their future career. The Physical Therapy program is well equipped with professors that love their physical therapy career as well as teaching the students. They want students to succeed and that dedication to our education successfully prepares students for their future career.
I attended the Madrid campus of Saint Louis University and only attended the Missouri campus one semester. Overall it was an amazing experience, I highly recommend it.
Saint Louis University provided me with far than just a degree. Through college I was able to obtain real-world experiences, create lasting relationships with friends, classmates, and professors, and become a part of a large community. My time at Saint Louis University changed me for the better and I could not be more happy that I made the decision to attend SLU.
Small class sizes; the professors were willing to work with me; love the Jesuit mission
It is a great university for paving the way to your future. The only problem is that it is way too expensive for education.
Loved it, great atmosphere and had a great exerience, leadership had its ups and downs