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Welcome, SLU Alumni and Friends!

Whether in corporations, classrooms, courtrooms or the community, you’re out in the world putting your Saint Louis University degree to work. But even though you’ve left campus, you haven’t left the SLU family. You are a member of the SLU community forever, and we want you to stay in touch.

Dr Fred Pestello rides a golf cart through SLU's archways along Grand Boulevard in the 2023 golf cart parade

Be sure to share your contact information with us, and then explore the many ways to stay involved as a SLU alum. With opportunities ranging from providing career guidance to current students to attending your class reunion, there's something for everyone.

So don't be a stranger.

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Notable SLU Alumni

Explore news about Saint Louis University alumni to learn more about the Billikens making a difference in their communities.

Travis Hoffstetter (A&S ‘05), poses for a photo with his three children.

Travis Hoffstetter (A&S ‘05) started his college career at Saint Louis University unsure of what major or career path most interested him until a study abroad experience in Beijing helped him reflect on what he wanted to do in life. Now a lead designer for Meta in the San Francisco Bay area, Hoffstetter uses game design to help build the tools needed to create the Metaverse.

Delaney Clement headshot.

Newly named chief operating officer for the Archdiocese of St. Louis, Delaney (Damberg) Clement (SSE ’07) credits her SLU undergraduate experience as being foundational not only in how she approaches her work but also in how she embraces the possibilities that await her.

SLU alumnus Ryan Patel headshot.

When Ryan Patel found the Chaifetz Center for Entrepreneurship, he found more than a major — he found a lifelong passion. Today, he puts the leadership skills he learned at SLU’s business school to good use in his work at a tech startup. He also gives back to the SLU community by sharing his expertise as a mentor to fellow alumni and students.

Alumna Katey (Marcinkowski) Howes

Katey (Marcinkowski) Howes (DCHS ’99, Grad DCHS ’01) worked as a physical therapist for 12 years before becoming a children's book author. Learn more about Howes' journey.

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