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Undergraduate Applicants

Freshman, transfer or international undergraduate applicants to Saint Louis University can begin the application process online by filling out this form. SLU also accepts the Common App.  

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Accessing Your SLU Applicant Portal

Your SLU applicant portal  also provides access to applications for the following competitive scholarships and special programs:

  • Presidential Scholarship
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship
  • University Honors Program
  • Medical Scholars Program
  • Pharmacy Scholars Program
  • Physician Assistant (PA) Scholars Programs
  • Pre-Law Scholars Program
  • Micah Program

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Graduate Applicants

Applicants to SLU's graduate programs  may  complete different applications, depending on the college or school.

College for Public Health and Social Justice
Graduate Public Health Programs
  • To be considered for admission to SLU's graduate programs in public health or public health studies, apply via
Master of Health Administration Programs

For all other programs, apply online via

If you started your application through an outside service (for example, AAMC and SOPHAS) please log in there. If you started your application through, log back in here

Online Program Applicants

SLU offers many programs, including undergraduate degrees, graduate degrees and certificates, completely online.  

Begin Your Application to the School for Professional Studies  (Adult and Online Programs) 

 In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Campus Security Act, SLU's Annual Security and Fire Report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Saint Louis University; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to or accessible from, the campus.

The report also includes fire safety policies and statistics, emergency notification procedures, and protocols for missing persons.

The report is available on the web site or you can obtain a hard copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness located in the Wool Center, Room 114, during normal business hours.