We recognize there is a lot to consider when scheduling a visit to campus. Below you will find answers to our frequently asked questions to assist you in scheduling your visit.
You can register for any of our visit programs or an individualized visit at slu.edu/visit.
Whether or not you have visited Saint Louis University before, in this presentation you will learn about our extensive academic majors and programs, scholarship and research opportunities, Jesuit education, life on campus, living in St. Louis, and more. Your presenter will walk you through the application, admission, and scholarship process. Open to any high school student or transfer student.
Now that you have been accepted to Saint Louis University, you will want to hear more about residence life, dining on campus, the first year experience, and more. We will walk you through how to apply for housing, make your tuition deposit, and register for SLU 101 (our first-year student orientation program). Only available for students who have been admitted.
We are unable to share our current students’ personal information. You’ll meet your host when you arrive!
Yes, you can register for one of our academic sessions or meetings. In addition, our faculty and staff are available via email or a phone call if you have more questions after attending the session.
We offer a variety of visit options to best fit your schedule, at your request, and get all of your questions answered. If you have been admitted to SLU, we strongly encourage you to attend Admitted Student Day. This program offers a class visit, a meeting with the academic department to which you were admitted, one-on-one financial aid meetings, sessions on special programs such as pre-health and pre-med, and multicultural opportunities at SLU. You can interact with current students and faculty. Parents can attend a panel with Housing and Residence Life, Public Safety, Campus Ministry, and more. You can see inside the freshman residence hall options, the dining center, St. Francis Xavier College Church, and more.
Or you might want to consider “Admitted Student Lunch.” This visit focuses on campus life and culture as a freshman here at SLU. You’ll have the opportunity to hear directly from current students as they speak on topics such as academic success, living on campus, and extracurricular involvements. Additionally, you can eat in the dining hall, get more information about the final steps of the enrollment process, and meet one-on-one with an admissions counselor to further discuss financial aid, or any final questions you may have.
If you are still in the college search process and haven't yet applied we offer a variety of open house type visits such as Preview Day, Select Saturday, and Junior Visit Day. You can find more information and the registration link at slu.edu/visit.
We also offer options for an individualized visit on most week days. Check out our slu.edu/visit for offerings.
Almost all of our academic sessions or meetings are conducted by faculty members. They have office hours for prospective student visitors on the days that they are not teaching. It is our hope that we offer enough sessions that you can find a time or date that works best with your schedule. We strongly suggest you come during one of our visit program days like Admitted Student Day or Preview Day because on those days we can guarantee every single undergraduate program is available to speak with you.
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. Dates and times are subject to change due to inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances. We recommend that you check our schedule six to eight weeks before making travel arrangements.
Our tour is approximately one hour long. You'll see a classroom, a residence hall room, St Francis Xavier College Church, our main library and Academic Tech Commons, the quad, and our main mall that runs through the center of our campus. When the tour is complete, you're welcome to go into the Simon Rec Center or the Busch Student Center (visit our bookstore with the coupon provided). Those buildings are open to visitors during regular business hours.
Yes! On the registration form for individualized visits, choose the class visit option. We will assign a class for you based on availability and your academic interest that is listed on the registration form.
Yes, we have quite a few weekend visit options. Check out our website for more information. We do not offer weekend visits during exams, holiday breaks, or when the University is closed.
You're welcome to bring your parents, family, guardian or other. If one of your friends is attending with you, it is our preference that they fill out their own registration form.
You're welcome to participate in any activities for the campus visit except the class visit or overnight stay. Additionally, if your student is doing their admission interview on campus, we will ask for you to step out of the room throughout the duration of the interview.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll schedule a meeting for you during your visit with the appropriate representative.
Once your visit registration is submitted, you’ll receive an email confirmation. This confirmation will provide information on your schedule, where to park, which building to go to, and more. It also lists helpful links such as driving direction, suggested hotels near campus, and campus maps.