Find answers to your frequently asked about moving into Saint Louis University residence halls this fall.
Your residence hall and floor will determine your assigned move-in day and time.
Parking passes are coming soon.
Oriflamme (Fall Orientation Leaders) will be present to assist with new student move-in on August 11-13. However, with COVID concerns and guidelines, their support will look different than it has in previous years.
Our plan is for Oriflamme Leaders to support families with their move-in efforts based
upon the comfort level of both the new student and our leaders.
Oriflamme Leaders will continue to support new students in their transition to SLU by leading them through our hybrid Fall Welcome program.
Modeling our successful move-out process in March, we have developed a similar strategic plan for move-in. We found that two hours was plenty of time to accommodate a family’s needs, and that this schedule significantly reduced the density of guests in our facilities at a given time.
In order to de-densify residence hall buildings during the move-in process and allow for social distancing recommendations, each student's designated helpers will be asked to stay only for their designated two-hour time slot. Because move-in will take place over several days, helpers will not be permitted to return to the residence halls. (Please see information about our fall 2020 guest guidelines for additional information.) Students will be permitted to leave their residence halls to shop and can assist each other if needed.
There will be health screening prior to entering residential buildings. We will require face masks for all those who enter residential buildings (with exceptions only for those with ADA accommodations).