Students at Saint Louis University can use mySLU Share to allow parents, guardians or third parties access to their academic records, student accounts, financial aid, housing or conduct records.
This access must be given by the student. Saint Louis University cannot grant this access outside of this process.
Access a designated student's information online through mySLUShare.slu.edu. You may also access information in person or over the phone by identifying yourself and verifying your authorization using your four-digit access code found on your mySLU Share homepage. View Authorized Individual Access instructions for more information.
Yes, each authorized user must have a valid email address. Users who share an email address will have to create an individual email address in order to receive individual authorization.
Yes, students may have more than one authorized user with each having access specific to each of them.
Yes. Each access must be granted by the individual student.
Yes, an authorized user receives an email when access is granted or removed.
Contact the Office of the University Registrar with questions regarding specific student information at 314-977-2269.
One of the exceptions under FERPA includes information the University has designated as "directory information.” Saint Louis University has designated the items below as directory information:
Students have the right to refuse to let the University designate any or all of the above types of information as directory information by filling out a request to prevent disclosure of directory information form and returning it to room 22 in DuBourg Hall, One Grand Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63103.
Request to prevent disclosure of directory information
Request that your personal information not be published in the University phone directory People Finder, the commencement book or the Dean's List. This same form can be used to reverse your decision and have your name included in the above areas.
Recommendation/evaluation authorization and waiver
Write letters of recommendations or provide an evaluation that references student information protected by FERPA.