FAQs

What do you want to know about Summer at SLU programs? Take a look at our most frequently asked questions. 

How do I see the details of the camps and academies?

Overview information is available on the K-12 Camps and Academies page. 

How are camps and academies organized?
K-12 Camps and Academies are organized by name of program, dates of program, and the grade the student will be entering in fall 2018.
How do I register for camps and academies?

Registration is specific to to each camp and academy. Click on the camp or academy you would like to register for and then click on the "register now" button. 

If I have trouble choosing a Summer At SLU program, who should I contact?
Contact the School for Professional Studies at summer@slu.edu or 314-977-8884. 
If I have questions about a specific camp or academy, who should I contact?
Contact the person listed on the individual program page.
Is financial aid available for college credit courses during the summer?
Scholarship availability is specific to each program - not all programs have opportunities. Contact the person listed on the individual program page for more information.
Are there scholarships available for K-12 camps

Thanks to generous donations towards the Pre-College Program Scholarship Fund as part of Saint Louis University's GO FURTHER campaign, the Office of Summer Studies is please to offer scholarship opportunities for our Summer At SLU PreK-12th grade educational programs. Scholarships are available for children who are interested in a variety of fields, but could not otherwise attend our summer camps or academies due to financial limitations.

The deadline for Summer 2018 scholarships was May 1, 2018. For more information, please contact Will Perkins.

Is there before and after care available for summer camps and academies?
Before and after care is specific to each program - not all programs offer it. You can find details about before and after care on the specific program page.
Are special accommodations available for students participating in summer camps and academies?
Yes. Special accommodations are available for students participating in summer programs. Saint Louis University is committed to supporting students and providing educational experiences through the facilitation of academic accommodations and services. We allow equal access and opportunity to all University programs, services and experiences. Our goal is to create a safe and supportive campus community for students with disabilities or any other special accommodations.
How do I register for college level summer courses?
Application and registration for college level courses is specific to the college credit program. 
As a high school student, can I register for college credit courses during the summer?

Yes, we offer college credit courses for eligible high school students entering their junior and senior year.

Are there opportunities to work in the camps and academies?

Yes, if you are a SLU student, faculty or staff member, there are opportunities to work in a Summer At SLU program. Submit your resume, program interest and availability to summer@slu.edu for more information.

What is SLU's Policy for the Protection of Minors?

Review SLU's Policy for the Protection of Minors, which mandates that certain measures be taken for the protection of person under the age of eighteen (18) years ("minors") who are participating in programs held on the University's campuses, or programs under the direction or control of the University regardless of location. The policy applies to the members of the University faculty, staff, student body and volunteers, and the members of outside organizations who are engaged in the conduct of a program that serves or incudes minors. 

Does SLU have a Title IX policy?  

Saint Louis University prohibits discrimination based on race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, or veteran status. In addition to these federally protected classes and based on our Catholic values and tradition, we are committed to protecting the dignity of each person and therefore extend our non-discrimination policy to include sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. All University policies, practices, and procedures are administered in a manner consistent with our Catholic Jesuit identity.

For more information, visit SLU's Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity.