Winter session 2020-2021 has concluded. Winter 2021-2022 will be offered from December 20, 2021 - January 14, 2022 - more information will be announced soon. For questions about winter session, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All classes are offered exclusively online and registration opens on October 18, 2021. Students may take only one course during the winter session in either the four or five week session. Each class is three credit hours.
No incoming, first-time spring 2022 freshmen or students taking fall 2021 Madrid courses can enroll in the winter session.
Find frequently asked questions and general information below. Visit Banner Self-Service for specific course details and registration.
Participating in our optional winter session allows undergraduate students both online and on our physical campus to take courses required to complete their degree in a flexible way that fits into their schedule.
The winter session will be offered entirely online.
The winter session is open to current undergraduate students in good academic standing at Saint Louis University, including Visiting Students and students enrolled in the School for Professional Studies. No incoming, first time freshmen or Madrid students are permitted to take classes through the winter session. A winter session course cannot be your first class at Saint Louis University.
Traditional undergraduate students wanting to take a winter course in the School for Professional Studies (please see course listings above) must receive approval from their college or school. In conjunction with your academic advisor, submit the Petition to Enroll in SPS Course by non-SPS Student to begin the approval process.
Please note: Tuition reduction for School for Professional Studies partnership students does not apply to the winter session.
If you are a current SLU student, you can register for a winter session course starting on October 18, 2021 via Banner Self-Service through your MySLU account.
If you are a non-SLU student, please fill out the visiting student application and a staff member will assist you with registration.
Students can only take one winter session course.
A staff member from the Summer-Winter Office at Saint Louis University will be available to answer questions during the winter session. Contact Jacob Wierson, summer-winter program coordinator at email@example.com for assistance.
Registration and Class Information
Registration will be open for the winter session via Banner Self-Service on October 18, 2021. Students may take only one course during the winter session. Each class offered in the winter session is three credit hours.
If you are a traditional undergraduate student at SLU registering for a course in the School for Professional Studies and need assistance, please contact the School for Professional Studies at 314-977-2330 or firstname.lastname@example.org and an SPS academic coach will assist you.
The registration period for the 2021-2022 winter session will begin on October 18, 2021 and end on December 9, 2021.
Students can acquire textbooks at the Saint Louis University Bookstore located in the Busch Student Center on campus. To purchase textbooks online or for store hours during the winter session, please visit their website.
Consult the class syllabus for specifics on all class information, including assignments and examinations. There will be no class or assignments due on Dec. 24, 25, or Jan. 1.
The department of Academic Support has partnered with the Summer-Winter Office and Distance Education Office to provide Smarthinking for the winter session. Smarthinking is an online tutoring tool, offering students course-based tutoring sessions for select courses and writing feedback.
In addition to Smarthinking, University Writing Services will also offer asynchronous and synchronous consultations. Students may schedule an appointment with a writing consultant through EAB Navigate, available in the Tools section of the MySLU portal. Consultants will be available from December 7 through January 16 (please note: University Writing Services will be closed December 24 to January 1).
For more information on University Writing Services and Smarthinking, please contact Kelly Herbolich, director of Academic Support at email@example.com.
If you have questions or need assistance in submitting an accommodation for the winter session, please contact Kendra Johnston, Director of Disability Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 314-977-2372.
Tuition and Fees
Winter session tuition is $770 per credit hour. There are no additional fees.
Winter session bills will be sent out to students on December 10, 2021. Tuition is charged separately from the spring semester.
Financial aid is available on a limited basis for the winter session. Please contact Student Financial Services at 314-977-2350 or via email at email@example.com.
The tuition refund schedule for winter 2021-2022 will be announced soon.
Students have access to certain campus facilities during the winter session. Below are the special hours for each building.