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1818 Tuition and Payments

Saint Louis University's 1818 Advanced College Credit program offers students the opportunity to earn college credit at a discounted rate.

Tuition for the 1818 program is billed based on the number of credit hours the student is enrolled in. View 1818 tuition rates. Upon successful registration, a tuition bill will be mailed to your home address. SLU bills tuition based on semesterly registration. Families will receive a tuition bill each semester their student chooses to enroll in 1818 courses. 

How to Pay Your Bill

There are two ways to pay your bills.

Pay Online

To complete an online payment, you will need the  student's banner ID number and tuition amount. If you do not receive this information within a month after the registration period ends (via email or mail), please contact

After entering the student's Banner ID number and contact information, select the "+enter" button to select one of the following payment methods:

  • Payment via Bank Account
  • Credit Card (payments made by credit card incur a nonrefundable 2.85% fee)

Make a Payment

Payments may be made in custom installments up to the tuition deadline. A confirmation screen and email will confirm successful payment of tuition.

Pay by Mail

You can also pay your tuition bill by mail by writing a check payable to “Saint Louis University.” In the check memo line, put your full name and Banner ID number.

Mail your check to:
Saint Louis University
P.O. Box 790165
Saint Louis, MO 63179

There is a $25 fee for returned checks and stop payments. Any overpayments made to the student's account are automatically refunded.

Tuition statements are sent after the registration period closes. If you do not receive a statement, please email the 1818 Program Office at to obtain a digital copy.

1818 Scholarships

1818 Scholarship Funding

A need-based student scholarship to assist students in paying their 1818 Advanced College Credit program is available. To request scholarship assistance, please speak with your 1818 Advanced College Credit coordinator at your high school as early as possible. We recommend doing this before you register for 1818 coursework.

Department of Higher Education Dual-Credit Scholarship

Dual-Credit Scholarships are available through the Department of Higher Education for students that meet certain criteria for financial need. The Dual-Credit/Dual-Enrollment Scholarship covers tuition and fees for high school students taking dual-credit or dual-enrollment coursework.

Scholarship Application Deadlines

Fall (August to December): October 1 is the priority deadline for the fall semester each year. Applications received after that date and on or before December 1 will be considered based on funding availability.  

Spring (January to May): February 1 is the priority deadline for the spring semester each year. Applications received after that date and on or before April 1 will be considered based on funding availability.

Learn more 

1098T Forms

1098T forms are mailed from SLU's servicer ECSI at the end of January. If you have not received a copy, you can get one from the student's mySLU portal under the "Student" tab, or you can pull them from the ESCI website using the student's name and social security number.