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COVID-19 Planning

Saint Louis University is preparing for another successful semester amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In the words of SLU President Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D., extensive human connection makes an on-campus Saint Louis University experience a life-changing one. 

In fall 2021, SLU returned to almost pre-pandemic conditions in terms of the number of students living on campus, full classrooms, and a wide variety of student activities. And we did it safely, with no documented transmission in our classrooms, lab spaces or work environments thanks to SLU's vaccination requirement and campus safeguards.

As always, our COVID-19 team remains nimble to address the changing pandemic threat to our community members.  

Upload Booster Documentation 

All students, faculty and staff are required to obtain a COVID-19 booster vaccine dose for the spring semester. Proof of vaccination and boosters can be uploaded to SLU's vaccine portal, where exemption information and forms can also be found.

Visit the Vaccine Portal

If you still need to be vaccinated for COVID-19 or need to get a booster shot, please schedule an appointment at SLU's on-campus clinic.

SLU COVID-19 Toolbox

COVID-19 Prevention Basics

 Saint Louis University's current COVID-19 prevention guidance relies upon four critical COVID-19-prevention safeguards:

  • Being fully vaccinated and boosted or having a University-approved vaccine exemption
  • Wearing face masks when indoors
  • Health monitoring through daily symptom checks and periodic COVID-19 testing
  • Assisting our contact tracing team

All University community members, as well as contractors who work on campus, must abide by the same COVID-19-prevention safeguards — regardless of whether they are vaccinated or unvaccinated.

Learn More About SLU's COVID-19 Safeguards