May 8, 2011

Saint Louis University Invests $1 Million in Aid for International Students

Saint Louis University has announced that it will provide $1 million in new institutional aid to international students for the 2011-2012 academic year. The University currently educates students from more than 80 different countries and is exploring new educational partnerships in
China and India.

"As we continue to recruit students from around the world, it is important that we remember that many of them face the same financial realities as our American students," said University President Lawrence Biondi, S.J. "This investment not only reflects our strong commitment to
our international students, but also our rising status as a global institution. "

Saint Louis University is enhancing its support of international students in other ways as well. The University recently completed a new Center for Global Citizenship, which brings SLU's internationally focused academic programs and support services under one roof. The center also features a 1,000-square- foot student lounge, state-of-the- art conference rooms with global teleconferencing capabilities and a classroom dedicated to supporting international teaching.

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