Saint Louis University enjoyed uninterrupted, in-person, on-campus instruction for the 20-21 academic year and expects even more of a return to normalcy for the fall '21 semester. Whether you are a prospective student or parent, or already part of the Billiken family, we know this is of crucial importance to you.
In the words of University President Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D., extensive human connection makes an on-campus Saint Louis University experience a life-changing one. In light of the broad vaccine availability that promises to only get better, we have begun planning for as normal a fall semester as possible, where we are back to operating largely face-to-face.
Having a fully-vaccinated community means all of us — people who are fully vaccinated, partially vaccinated or who are granted a University-approved exemption from vaccination — can work, study, teach, research, minister, dine and socialize without face masks and social distancing.. In fall 2021, we envision:
- Full classrooms and labs
- In-person study groups and advising
- Guest lectures
- Events, retreats, concerts and other typical campus social gatherings