Get Ahead At SLU
Saint Louis University has a variety of courses to choose from in summer and winter sessions. With an average class size of just 30 students and a curriculum that has been specifically designed for virtual learning, you'll have an online experience that reflects the quality you expect from SLU. Plus, take advantage of lower rates per credit hour, shorter sessions and focused attention from your instructor. See what's available:
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|Full Term||May 22-August 11, 2023|
|Summer Three, Week A||May 22-June 9, 2023|
|Summer Three, Week B||July 24-August 11, 2023|
|Summer Four, Week A||May 22-June 16, 2023|
|Summer Four, Week B||July 17-August 11, 2023|
|Summer Five, Week A||May 22-June 23, 2023|
|Summer Five, Week B||July 10-August 11, 2023|
|Summer Six, Week A||May 22-June 30, 2023|
|Summer Six, Week B||July 3-August 11, 2023|
|Summer Eight, Week A||May 22-July 14, 2023|
|Summer Eight, Week B||June 20-August 11, 2023|
There are no classes on Memorial Day (Monday, May 29), Juneteenth (Monday, June 19), and Fourth of July (Tuesday, July 4). For a link to the 2022 academic calendar, click here.
Tuition varies by SLU college or school but starts as low as $650 per hour for undergraduate courses.
Drop/withdrawal dates and refund schedules for summer vary by program.
Here are just a few of the 150 plus classes offered this Summer at SLU. Due to our small class sizes, spaces are limited, so registration for the below is not guaranteed. Reserve your spot ASAP.
- General Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Introduction to Neuroscience I
- Calculus II
- Physics I
- Scientific Programming
- Intro to Environmental Science
- General Psychology
- Seminar in World Religions
- Geographic Information Systems
- Intro to International Politics
- Principles of Economics
- The Urban Community
- Human Communication and Culture
- Spatial Demography
Visiting Young Scholars
Visiting Young Scholars are current high school students who have the aptitude to succeed in 1000/2000 division courses at Saint Louis University. Qualified high school juniors and seniors may sit in SLU courses at the St. Louis campus, Spain campus or online.
Learn More About Visiting Young Scholars
Visiting/Non-Degree Seeking Students
Saint Louis University welcomes eligible undergraduate and graduate visiting students from any college or university to enroll in college credit courses at SLU, as well as all non-degree seeking undergraduate and graduate students wanting to take a course at SLU but who are not currently enrolled at another institution.
Visiting/Non-Degree students, either at the undergraduate or graduate level, are not formally pursuing a bachelor's degree or certificate at Saint Louis University (formal descriptions of admission classifications can be found here). For example, students:
- Taking prerequisites or to enhance academic potential before applying to a degree/certificate program
- Pursuing a bachelor's/master's degree or certificate elsewhere who plan to transfer credits to their home institutions
- Exploring courses for personal growth or career advancement
Students are welcome to apply year-round for all sessions/semesters at SLU and must submit a new application for every semester they plan to enroll.
Looking to take classes over the winter break instead? The Saint Louis University winter session offers undergraduate, online three-credit hour courses during the holiday break (mid-December to mid-January).
Learn More about Winter Session
Faculty/Staff Auditing Courses
Faculty or staff wishing to "sit-in"/audit a course should complete a Petition for Course Audit. If you are a faculty/staff member wanting to audit a class as non-degree seeking (not part of a particular program), please submit the form to email@example.com.