For New Graduate Students

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WELCOME! The information on this page is relevant to students in the Executive MHA, MHA, MPH, MS Biosecurity & Disaster Preparedness, MS Public Health and PhD in Public Health Studies programs. Its goal is to help you get some of the important and required tasks taken care of before you begin class. We've also included a step-by-step process to help you register for class.
BS Public Health, BS Health Management, BS Emergency Management or BS Biostatistics students, click here.
BS Social Work, BA Criminology & Criminal Justice, MSW, MS Applied Behavior Analysis, MS Criminology & Professional Practice and PhD in Social Work students, LINK COMING SOON.

TASKS REQUIRED BY AUGUST 10, 2015
  • ACADEMIC INTEGRITY at SLU & CPHSJ
    • ACADEMIC INTEGRITY MODULE (PDF)     LINK
    • HONOR CODE & ACADEMIC INTEGRITY PLEDGE (PDF)     LINK
PURPOSE: To inform, educate and clarify the expectations of the College and University and the consequences that can result from violating the agreement or pledge.
TIME TO COMPLETE: 45 minutes - 1 hour
WHAT TO DO: Carefully review the Academic Integrity Module. Sign the Honor Code & Academic Integrity Pledge and return by August 10, 2015, to Patti Mazzuca, Data Coordinator, via email (pmazzuca@slu.edu) or physical copy (Salus Center, 3545 Lafayette Avenue, 1st Floor Room 1401P, St. Louis, MO 63104).
CONSEQUENCE FOR NON-COMPLIANCE: A hold will be placed on your student account.
PURPOSE: To inform, educate and clarify the expectations of the College.
TIME TO COMPLETE: 45 minutes - 1 hour
WHAT TO DO: Download and view the presentation and complete the survey by August 10, 2015. If you have difficulty accessing the survey, please contact Patti Mazzuca, Data Coordinator, via email (pmazzuca@slu.edu), phone (314-977-8186) or in person (Salus Center, 3545 Lafayette Avenue, 1st Floor Room 1401P, St. Louis, MO 63104).
CONSEQUENCE FOR NON-COMPLIANCE: A hold will be placed on your student account.

HOW TO REGISTER FOR CLASS IN BANNER SELF SERVICE

CPHSJ Mission

Based on our commitment of service to others, we improve health and well-being locally, nationally, and internationally through unique interdisciplinary approaches that inspire students, generate knowledge, and engage individuals and communities.

CPHSJ Values

Collaboration
Innovation
Practice
Justice

CPHSJ Covenant

Ability
Developing self-control and self-awareness to act with personal and professional competence

Community
Cultivating relationships with integrity and respect, valuing the inherent dignity and worth of every person

Tenacity
Passionately pursuing social justice with vigor and to promote positive change

Ingenuity
Recognizing the dynamic and complex nature of social injustice and responding with innovative solutions

Opportunity
Seizing chances to learn, grow, and evolve in our ever-changing world

Necessity
Understanding our responsibility as members of a Jesuit university, serving others where and when there is need

In keeping with the Saint Louis University mission, we do this for the greater glory of God. We fulfill our commitment to service and action with passion and pride as students, faculty, staff and graduates of the Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice.