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SLU Students
 

There are a number of resources and opportunities available for students in the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business. From study-abroad options to career development, learn how to make the most of your business education at Saint Louis University. 

Academic Resources

Dedicated academic advisors provide students support throughout their education at the Chaifetz School of Business. 

Learn more about undergraduate student academic resources
Learn more about graduate student academic resources

Financial Aid Information

Through the support of generous benefactors, the Chaifetz School of Business offers merit-based scholarships and financial aid to qualifying graduate students and upperclass undergraduates. 

Learn more about graduate financial aid

Service Leadership Program

The Chaifetz School's Service Leadership Program provides students an academic opportunity to develop leadership skills while becoming persons for others through service, leadership workshops and academic coursework. 

Learn more about the Service Leadership Program

Student Organizations

In addition to opportunities across campus, the Chaifetz School offers students business clubs supported by the school to enhance students' business education.

Learn more about Chaifetz School student organizations

Study Abroad

Chaifetz School of Business students have the opportunity to study abroad at Saint Louis University's Madrid campus, attend one of many international partner institutions or participate in short-term international immersion experiences provided by the Chaifetz School.

Learn more about study abroad opportunities

Wall Street Journal 

The Chaifetz School of Business partners with the Wall Street Journal to provide business students full access to the Journal.  Activate your membership to stay up-to-date with emerging trends, career advice and news from the business world.

Learn more about the Wall Street Journal partnership