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Welcome, SLU Alumni and Friends!

Whether in corporations, classrooms, courtrooms or the community, you’re out in the world putting your Saint Louis University degree to work. But even though you’ve left campus, you haven’t left the SLU family. You are a member of the SLU community forever, and we want you to stay in touch.

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Be sure to share your contact information with us, and then explore the many ways to stay involved as a SLU alum. With opportunities ranging from providing career guidance to current students to attending your class reunion, there's something for everyone.

So don't be a stranger.

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Notable SLU Alumni

Explore news about Saint Louis University alumni to learn more about the Billikens making a difference in their communities.

Michael Jones II poses for a headshot in front of a brick building on a sunny day

Michael Jones II, Ph.D. (A&S ’10, Grad Ed ’12 & ’16) likes to say that he didn’t choose SLU, SLU chose him. Now he supports students through contributions to funds such as the Dr. Celerstine Johnson Book Fund.

Jody Sowell smiles for a headshot in front of spring greenery

Discover how Jody Sowell, Ph.D. (Grad A&S '11) went from a career in journalism to being named president of the Missouri Historical Society in St. Louis.

Beasley sits behind the SportsCenter desk at ESPN

Sports fans rely on the stats, data and history that broadcasters share, but the announcers don’t pull that information off the tops of their heads. They rely on people like Bryan Beasley (CSB ’11).

Anne Marie Ruhlin smiles in front of a green mountain backdrop

Although she graduated from the College of Arts & Sciences, alumna Ann Marie Ruhlin (A&S '69, Grad '70) recently decided to support future business leaders with a new scholarship in the Chaifetz School of Business.

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