Alumni Volunteer Form

Alumni Volunteer Form
There are many ways for alumni to get involved and stay connected to the university. We hope you find fulfillment in giving of your time and expertise for the good of Saint Louis University. Please complete the Volunteer Form and the Office of Alumni and Donor Engagement will be in touch with you.

Volunteer Information
First Name:
Last Name:
Phone Number:
Address 1:
Address 2:
Grad Year:
Please select all volunteer opportunities that interest you.
Reunions (Undergraduate and Medical School)

Help make your reunion a success! Reunion Weekend 2017 will be held in conjunction with Saint Louis University's Homecoming and Family Weekend September 21–24, featuring class parties and many other Homecoming activities.  No matter the amount of time you are able to commit, we have an opportunity for you.

I would like to:

Serve on Reunion Committee
Reach out to classmates
Attend reunion (formal registration will be available in Spring 2017)
Be featured in spotlight section of reunion communications
Be a Social Media Ambassador (share updates throughout the year on social media)
Make a gift
Send in photos from your time at SLU
Update contact information for reunion communications
If you have another way you would like to help with your Class Reunion, please tell us about it:
Med Reunion Volunteer
The Office of Alumni & Donor Engagement is seeking volunteers to help plan reunion activities and class dinners and to encourage classmates to attend Med Reunion weekend.
I would like to be contacted about being a Med School Reunion volunteer.
Help recruitment future Billikens! The SLU Office of Admission looks for enthusiastic and outgoing Alumni Ambassadors to represent the University at college fairs and other recruitment events. In addition, their office will host three interview weekends in conjunction with two freshman scholarships: the Presidential Scholarship and the Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship. Alumni can serve as interviewers and to aid in the recruitment of the University's fall 2017 freshman class. The scholarship weekends happen in annually in February and March.
Help at college fairs and other recruitment events (regional)
Serve as an interviewer during one of our scholarship weekends (local)
Alumni Professional Development
Become an alumni advisor! The Alumni Professional Development Program works to connect alumni with current SLU students, provide career development resources to alumni, and connect alumni to the appropriate personnel within the University for their Professional Development needs.
Help with alumni professional development
Be featured in career spotlight section of professional development communications
Be a contact for job shadowing and/or informational interviews
Be a contact for referrals to your company's HR department
Be a contact for employer site visits with a group of students
Serve on an alumni panel for an event or for a class
Black Alumni Association (BAA)
Become a BAA executive board member! The board aids in the advancement of Saint Louis University by engaging and connecting recent graduates through networking events, community service, mentoring current students and encouraging seniors to become active alumni upon graduation.
Help with Black Alumni Association
BOLD (Billikens of the Last Decade)
Become a BOLD advisory board member! The board aids in the advancement of Saint Louis University by engaging and connecting recent graduates through networking events, community service, mentoring current students and serving as admission liaisons in our communities.
Help with Billikens of the Last Decade
Connect with fellow classmates in your area by getting involved with an alumni club near you! Saint Louis University has 24 regional club cities throughout the country that allow fellow alumni the opportunity to connect with each other and reconnect with the University. The clubs exist to facilitate events in conjunction with the Office of Alumni Engagement, to foster these connections to SLU, and to help alumni find a sense of community in these areas.
Which city would you like to help in?
Serve in your local community!  
Regional club city service opportunity
Throughout the year, the Office of Alumni Engagement offers opportunities for alumni to do one time days of service, such as Make a Difference Day and Showers of Service, with nonprofits in St. Louis.
Local one time service opportunity
The Center for Service and Community Engagement offers alumni ongoing service with local organizations and agencies. For more information, please click here.
Women’s Council
Women’s Council is open to all women interested in furthering the mission of the University. Typically the Council hosts 3-4 meetings per year and volunteers serve on various committees like membership, programming, hospitality and scholarship. There are also opportunities for volunteers to serve as executive board members after some time spent on committees.
Help with Women's Council
Health Sciences Volunteers
A Billiken’s Table
Alumni from medicine, nursing, Doisy allied health professions, Center for Advanced Dental Education and the College for Public Health and Social Justice are invited to host a group of current SLU students for a meal to share your knowledge and experiences. Check below to receive more information about this program.
I wish to be a Billiken’s Table host.
School of Medicine Alumni/Resident Matching Program
Sign up to be matched with recent graduates of the medical school that relocate to your city for their residencies. In June of each year, the Office of Alumni & Donor Engagement will match new graduates with alumni in their cities and in similar specialties in an effort to connect SLU alumni and help the new graduates acclimate to their new cities and roles as residents.
I wish to be matched with a recent SLU medical graduate/resident.
Health Resource Center Volunteer
Physicians and nurse practitioners can volunteer at the free, student-run clinic on Saturday mornings. Click below to be contacted by a clinic representative for more information.
I would like to volunteer at the Health Resource Center clinic.