Visits and Events
Saint Louis University has a variety of campus visit options to accommodate your needs and fit your schedule. We invite you to explore our beautiful, urban campus and welcoming community. We want you to feel like our guest; let us know if you’d like to see the residence halls, meet with a faculty member, chat with a Jesuit or even sit down one-on-one with a current student. Check out all the options below. If you have any questions, our visit assistants are available Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at 800-SLU-FOR-U or you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org any time.
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- Admission Presentation
Attend an hour-long admission presentation followed by a student-guided campus tour.
- Individual Visits and Billiken-for-a-Day
Visit SLU on your own schedule. Options can include an academic or services meeting, information session, admission interview, campus tour, an overnight stay and/or the opportunity to attend classes with a current student.
To schedule, call 314-977-2500 or 800-SLU-FOR-U and ask to speak with a visit assistant.
- Select Saturday
Can't visit during the week? We choose one "select" Saturday every month for your busy schedule. This event includes a presentation on admission, academics, student life, financial aid and more! You'll also meet some current students and you can ask them anything in a panel setting. The visit concludes with a tour of campus.
Jan. 24: Click here to register
- Cultural Connections: Tuesday, Jan. 20
Open to all students, this evening event focuses on the multicultural opportunities awaiting SLU students. You can take a campus tour, learn more about your major, speak with current students, apply for admission and even have your application reviewed by an admission counselor.
This event also includes an in-depth look at one of SLU's most prestigious awards, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship. This scholarship is for academically qualified students who will strive to become leaders on our campus and are committed to Dr. King’s ideals of diversity, inclusion and service. Be there to hear more about this opportunity from SLU admission counselors, TRIO students, and current Martin Luther King Jr. scholars.
Click here to register
If you are a prospective graduate student, please click here to register for the Graduate Cultural Connections event.
- Admitted Student Lunch: Saturday, Feb. 7 or Saturday, March 28
This Saturday visit offers admitted students a unique, in-depth look at SLU! From touring our freshman residence halls to interacting with current students and staff, future Billikens will see what life is really like on campus. Eat lunch in the Griesedieck cafeteria, speak to faculty members about the major you’ve been admitted to and learn about the next steps in the enrollment process. Parents, we didn’t forget about you! You will attend special information sessions about financing a SLU education and the support available to your sons and daughters to help them along the journey to commencement.
Feb. 7: Click here to register
- Admitted Student Day: Monday, March 23 or Monday, April 13
Are you ready to be a Billiken? SLU is definitely ready for you! This high energy campus visit maximizes your time on campus and helps make that challenging college decision as seamless as possible. The optional overnight stay on Sunday allows admitted students to experience life in our residence halls and get a taste of the fun and excitement on our campus. Bond with current students as you listen to one of SLU’s award-winning a cappella groups, attend the Sunday evening student Mass in St. Francis Xavier College Church and experience a typical night on SLU’s campus. On Monday, students will attend an actual class while parents learn more about financing a SLU education and support services on campus. You and your parents come together to meet with a representative from your declared major, as well as learn more about special programs, including Honors, Pre-Med, Pre-Law, study abroad and much more.
Registration will open on Monday, Feb. 9.
- Transfer Open House: Wednesday, March 25
No matter where you started your education, SLU is a great place to finish it. This open house for admitted and prospective transfer students offers an in-depth look at the academic and social opportunities on SLU’s campus. Learn more about the transfer admission process and meet the transfer admission counselor who will guide you through the steps to becoming a Billiken.
Registration will open on Monday, Feb. 9.
- Junior Visit Day: Monday, April 20
The college search process can be overwhelming, so it’s never too early to start preparing and SLU is here to help! This event for high school juniors offers an overview of the college application process and a detailed look at SLU. You can take a tour of campus and meet with an admission counselor to discuss all the academic and social opportunities that await you on our beautiful, urban campus. The event includes an optional overnight stay on Sunday.
Registration will open on Monday, March 9.
- Graduate Education Events
Attend a presentation given by a graduate admission counselor with information on the application and admission process, academic programs, financial services and more. Also attend a panel discussion with current graduate students and you have the option of taking a tour of the Saint Louis University campus. A meeting with a department representative may be able to be arranged.
Click here to register for one of the following Friday dates:
- Feb. 6, 2015
- March 20, 2015 (Admitted Student Event)
- April 17, 2015 (Admitted Student Event)
- May 1, 2015 (Admitted Student Event)
Visit SLU on the Road to see if a SLU representative will be visiting a location near you.
Webinars are offered for international students; to register, click here.
SLU welcomes groups to visit campus. Read group visit guidelines and learn how to schedule your group visit by clicking here.
Please Note: In an effort to show our guests a more realistic view of residence halls at SLU, we use rooms that are occupied by current students. We want to ensure and respect our students' privacy and busy schedules; therefore, residence hall tours are limited during move-in or move-out days, or near holidays and school breaks. Residence hall tours are also limited during the summer due to scheduled maintenance. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to ask a visit assistant.
Campus Visits are not available on the following days:
- Wednesday, Dec. 24 - Friday, Jan. 2, 2015 (Holiday Break)
*Dates and times are subject to change due to inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances. Please be sure to check our schedule 6-8 weeks before making travel arrangements.