Saint Louis University1 N Grand Blvd, St. Louise, United States
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About Saint Louis University
Saint Louis University is a private research institution which was founded in 1818. With a total student enrollment of 7,450, and an urban setting, the university is located on a 286 acres sized campus in St Louis, Missouri. Its academic calendar is semester-based. Among National Universities, St Louis University is ranked 94th and 44th in Best Value Schools.
The university is a Jesuit Catholic school which is open to students of every faith. As a Jesuit university, a vital component of St Louis University's educational experience is service. In 2016, community members of St Louis University completed almost 1.5 million of service hours. This outstanding dedication to outreach earned St Louis University on place reputable President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for 9 consecutive years.
Mission trips and specialized retreats are organized by the Campus Ministry all through the year, and daily Mass is held in the church on campus. Besides religious extracurricular activities, students can as well choose from over 150 clubs and student organizations at St Louis University, including over 20 sororities and fraternities.
The Saint Louis varsity sports teams, Billikens, are active competitors of the Atlantic 10 Conference Division I of the NCAA. Off campus, the students are able to explore St Louis downtown, Missouri, which is home to the Anheuser-Busch Brewery, and numerous sports teams.
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