Student Involvement Center

Make the Most of Your Time at SLU

The Saint Louis University Student Involvement Center is your essential guide to campus life and out-of-classroom learning.  

We connect you with:

  • Weekly events and movies
  • Late-night activities
  • More than 150 student organizations
  • Twenty-five fraternities and sororities
  • Servant leadership opportunities
  • Transition programming, including the First-Year Experience
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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events
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By the Numbers


Student organizations


Greek chapters


Oriflamme student leaders


Involvement ambassadors

Billikens After Dark

Billikens After Dark is a late-night, alcohol-alternative program that provides opportunities for SLU students to socialize in a safe environment free of the pressure to drink.

Our events are aimed to provide opportunities for students to collaborate, socialize, and get involved with the campus and community. We host events in collaboration with campus and community partners, as well as other organizations on campus. Our events occur after 8 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights throughout the semester. Billikens After Dark programs strive to:

  • Engage students in activities that model how to have fun without excessive and high-risk drinking
  • Acknowledge students' abilities to organize themselves around, respond to, and challenge the highly charged issues of partying and drinking
  • Unite student groups that might not typically work together, promoting collaboration, creating community and building coalitions
  • Provide alternatives to the typical college scene
  • Expose SLU students to a wide variety of cultures other than their own
  • Increase health and safety for all SLU students
  • Decrease crime, irresponsible conduct and unsafe behavior