Petition Closed
Petitioning SLU Board of Trustees/Office of the President

SLU students, Alumni, faculty, staff, or St. Louis residents: A vote of No Confidence against SLU's President, Father Biondi


In the last year, allegations against St. Louis University President, Father Lawrence Biondi, have been mounting, culminating in an unprecedented no-confidence vote by a group of faculty. The extremely bad publicity that has growing this school year is seriously tarnishing the reputation of St. Louis University and, consequently, hurting anyone who has a degree from or is affiliated with SLU. More importantly, as a "St. Louis Citizen of the Century", Father Biondi is held up as a representative for the entire city, therefore every St. Louis resident is entitled to help decide if Father Biondi is the type of representative this city should have. Father Biondi may be the president of a private university, but he has also held himself up as a highly influential public figure. It is time that the students, alumni, faculty, staff, and the public make their opinions known. We are asking that either Father Biondi step down or the Board of Trustees intervene in this matter.

Letter to
SLU Board of Trustees/Office of the President
A vote of No Confidence against SLU's President, Father Biondi

In the last year, allegations against St. Louis University President, Father Lawrence Biondi, have been mounting, culminating in an unprecedented no-confidence vote by a group of faculty. The extremely bad publicity that has growing this school year is seriously tarnishing the reputation of St. Louis University and, consequently, hurting anyone who has a degree from or is affiliated with SLU. More importantly, as a "St. Louis Citizen of the Century", Father Biondi is held up as a representative for the entire city, therefore every St. Louis resident is entitled to help decide if Father Biondi is the type of representative this city should have. Father Biondi may be the president of a private university, but he has also held himself up as a highly influential public figure. It is time that the students, alumni, faculty, staff, and the public make their opinions known. We are asking that either Father Biondi step down or the Board of Trustees intervene in this matter.