The Office of International Services provides support for international students, scholars and employees as well as Saint Louis University students that wish to study abroad.
We are dedicated to the promotion of international student success and a global perspective for the University community and welcome the opportunity to help enhance your international educational experience at SLU.International Services Fast Facts
- Students from more than 70 countries study at SLU
- SLU offers more than 40 study abroad programs
- More than 800 SLU students are studying abroad all over the globe
The Office of International Services exists to promote the globalization efforts and mission of Saint Louis University. As a Jesuit, Catholic institution, Saint Louis University is committed to intercultural communication and cross-cultural understanding. The Office of International Services challenges and supports the growth of all members of the University as leaders with a global perspective.
We are excited to welcome our new students to campus for Spring 2015 Orientation!
Learn more about Orientation and get instructions for Arriving in the USA
Health Alert: Ebola
The Office of International Services and Saint Louis University's Student Heath Center is aware the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Ebola outbreak to be an international emergency, but has not classified it as a pandemic. At this time, we believe the Saint Louis University campus community is at a low risk of exposure to the virus; however, we are closely monitoring the WHO, Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and our local state and county health department advisories.
For more information on the Ebola virus disease, visit the links above or refer to the CDC's Ebola Fact Sheet.
Please note that Saint Louis University does not currently support student travel to Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone at this time, due to Ebola concerns.
Any international students, employees or scholars planning a trip home to West Africa or experiencing flu-like symptoms after returning from travel in the region should contact the Student Health Center (314) 977-2323.