Below are some frequently asked questions about applying and being admitted to Saint Louis University as an international student.
All international applicants to Saint Louis University are required to demonstrate their English proficiency. You can do this by sending us your paper-based or internet-based TOEFL scores. SLU also accepts scores from the IELTS, the SAT and the ACT.
If you do not meet SLU’s direct entry requirements, we encourage you to apply to the Pathway or English Language programs offered by INTO Saint Louis University.
You must submit proof that you have the necessary financial support to attend SLU as an international student to receive an I-20 form. The estimated amount for tuition and living expenses for one academic year is $55,536 USD for undergraduate students.
Financial aid is available to international students attending the St. Louis campus. To determine your eligibility, you must complete the College Board’s CSS/Financial Aid Profile.
You are automatically considered for SLU’s merit-based scholarships as part of your application for admission. In addition, there are two scholarships that require separate applications and are open to first-time freshman — the Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship and the Presidential Scholarship. There are also several scholarships specifically for transfer students from other colleges or universities.
We recommend contacting your international admission counselor to check on the status of your application.
Your electronic admission packet contains instructions on next steps and other useful information. You can also reference the Be a Billiken check list.
The office of International Services offers airport pick-up services before the start of the fall, spring and summer semesters.
Contact SLU’s Information Technology Services (ITS) at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 314-977-4000.
Still have questions? Contact your international admission counselor or visit SLU's Office of International Services, which will walk you through visa information, arriving in St. Louis and getting acclimated in the U.S. and on SLU's campus.