21st Century Curriculum
Today’s scholars need critical thinking skills and a competency-based approach to learning that integrates the use of supportive technologies, inquiry- and problem-based methods, and 21st century interdisciplinary themes.
Campus Facilities/ Sustainability
A thoughtful, long-range approach to sustainable growth and infrastructure improvements are key to enhancing the quality of life and learning experience for students in a manner that furthers the mission of the School.
Campus Ministry/ Jesuit Identity
Jesuit education fosters the intellectual, moral and spiritual growth of SLUH scholars while emphasizing social justice and the value of becoming “men for others.”
In addition to academic prowess, students need the social, personal and emotional support from a professional counseling program that not only helps them develop into well-rounded individuals, but also provides the guidance needed to elevate their sites and achieve their full potential at the university level.
Financial Modeling/ Faculty Compensation
SLUH is committed to analyzing and implementing financial modeling that puts it in the best position to recruit and retain the most qualified educators.
A globally conscious education, which is needed to succeed in a world distinguished by interdependence, diversity and rapid change, properly equips SLUH scholars with the knowledge and understanding of culture, language, geography and global perspectives.