Funds the Simon Recreation Center and programs provided by the Student Health and Counseling Center.
Funds the University's campus-wide wireless network.
Supports Busch Student Center.
Funds student organizations and campus programming. This fee is $30 for graduate students.
Provides daily copies of The New York Times, St. Louis Post-Dispatch and USA Today on campus.
Provides the undergraduate student population admission to all Billiken athletic events, including 1,000 seats in the student section of Chaifetz Arena for men's basketball games.
Covers the cost of student development programs aimed at the retention of students. The fee is charged to new freshman and transfer students during their first semester at SLU.
This is a mandatory program fee which helps to subsidize the cost of international student orientation. Workshops, transportation from the airport, shuttle transportation to local shopping, several social activities as well as meals will be provided. The fee is charged to all new international students.
All full-time undergraduate students are required to have a meal plan, including commuter students. The plan gives $300 in flex dollars and is assessed per semester.
This fee is assessed to all graduating students, regardless of participation in commencement activities. The amount of the fee varies based on degree program.
The John Cook School of Business provides its students access to several specialized software tool that allow them develop real-world skills and to be competitive in the job market and their professions. The fee is assessed per semester to all business students.