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Campus Status, Plans and Safeguards

COVID-19 Planning

Saint Louis University has been in-person for the 20-21 academic year. Our shared responsibility to adhere to our strict public health safeguards — such as wearing a mask, social distancing and reporting COVID-19 symptoms and exposure — are key to our success.

Fall 2021

Saint Louis University plans to offer in-person classes and operate campus as normally as possible next fall.  Learn more

Watch a video reflection from University President Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D., a year into the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Life at SLU in the COVID Era

While new public health practices will be required of each of us on campus, we understand much of a student or employee’s life happens elsewhere.

While our on-campus environment now includes social distancing and health safeguards, we are consistently exploring ways to foster social dynamism while promoting safe, responsible action. While thinking creatively, we can participate in social activities while honoring OneSLU and protecting the greater St. Louis community.

Get Involved

SLU's Student Involvement Center staff are working harder than ever to connect you with weekly events and movies,  late-night activities and servant leadership opportunities. Check in with them to learn about what SLU's nearly 200 student organizations and  25 fraternities and sororities are doing to connect during COVID-19. Simon Recreation Center and SLU's Campus Ministry also offer virtual and in-person ways to connect. 


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