Saint Louis University’s Division of Student Development is driven by the mission to provide you with programs, services and experiences that help you to develop as leaders.
Our goal is to help shape you into a successful graduate who is holistically formed, critically reflective and socially and personally responsible.
Debie Rudder Lohe, Ph.D.
Since January 1, 2020, Dr. Debie Rudder Lohe has served as interim vice president
of student development as the University embarks on a national search to identify
a new permanent division executive. Dr. Lohe brings to this role almost 25 years of
higher education experience and more than 10 years at SLU, serving since 2011 as director
of SLU’s Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning. She brings with
her a strong commitment to mission, values, teamwork, leadership, and to working collaboratively
across the University.
Understand the interconnectedness of multiple perspectives and cultural identities as part of a broader humanity, and express compassion for others, act in service to others and enact social change with others.
Value the importance of a healthy lifestyle, and balance physical wellness, mental wellness and spiritual development.
Understand the resources available to assist you in achieving your goals, activating your potential, while engaging in strategies to identifying and reach your post-graduation goals.
Embrace the ideal that learning is a lifelong endeavor; discover, reflect on and apply the knowledge acquired in classroom and out-of-class experiences to create deeper meaning.
Divisional Statement on Diversity
In support of Saint Louis University's Jesuit mission, the Division of Student Development is committed to maintaining an environment of mutual respect and dignity for people of all backgrounds and cultures. It is our mission to encourage and support a thriving and diverse community among our staff and students .
We honor the differences in our community, whether they be age, ability, race, religion, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation or socio-economic background, and prepare our students to thrive in a multicultural, diverse society. Our efforts are grounded in cultivating awareness, inclusion and engagement through intentional experiences, events and programs that demonstrate our commitment to excellence.