The Office of Admission at Saint Louis University can accommodate group visits of 10 to 100 visitors. We have special options for elementary through high school students, as well as high school counselors, transfer students, and community members. Please review the list of Frequently Asked Questions below before scheduling a group visit. You can find the group request form below.
Group Visit FAQs
What is included in our visit?
- High School Groups: These visits include a one-hour presentation and one-hour campus tour.
- Middle School and Junior High Groups: These visits include a 30-minute educational activity and 30-minute campus tour. The educational activity focuses on high school expectations, as well as a view of student life in college.
- Elementary School Groups: These visits include a 30-minute educational activity and 30-minute campus tour. The educational activity is designed to engage grade-school students in a conversation about the basics of college.
How far in advanced should I request a group visit?
At least two weeks’ notice is required, however please keep in mind that many of our dates fill six months to one year in advance.
When can my group visit Saint Louis University?
Groups may request to visit campus Monday through Friday, however Mondays and Fridays are very limited due to high volume in the New Student Visit Center. Please note that we do not accommodate groups in December and January, nor during midterms, finals, or holiday breaks. Click here to view Saint Louis University’s academic calendar.
Does Saint Louis University provide lunch?
DineSLU has limited options for groups who wish to eat lunch on campus. Our facilities are designed to accommodate our current students, making it challenging to accommodate large groups during the school year. You may contact DineSLU at caterSLU.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Will we view a residence hall?
Our residence halls are occupied by students. To respect for their privacy, we cannot bring groups of students into the space.
How many chaperones do we need to bring with our group?
Chaperones will be required to accompany groups at all times during the visit. Our required ratio is as follows:
- High School: One adult for every 15 students
- Elementary and Middle School: One adult for every 10 students
What if we are running behind schedule on our way to Saint Louis University?
Arriving on time is important. Please realize that tour guides’ schedules are limited due to their class schedules. In the event of a late arrival, we will offer an abbreviated presentation, but we will be unable to alter the tour time. Our tour guides are student volunteers with limited availability surrounding their class schedules. Please contact the Office of Admission as soon as possible to inform us of your late arrival, 314-977-2500.
What if we need to cancel our visit?
If you find it necessary to cancel your visit, it is essential that you give at least three days notice. Failure to do so may limit future schedule availability for your group.
Do you have further questions?
If so, please contact us at email@example.com and include "Group Visit" in the subject line.