Everyone associated with graduate education at Saint Louis University is here to serve you. Do not hesitate to call on any of us. If we don't have the answer, we will find someone who does.
It is generally recommended that students begin looking into graduate school during their junior year of undergraduate study. View a detailed timeline of when and how to apply to graduate school.
Campus visits and tours can be scheduled online at visit.slu.edu.
Yes. University staff can help set up a meeting with faculty when you schedule your visit to SLU.
For general information, contact 1-800-758-3678 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more specific program information, contact your program director or other faculty member. Contact information can be found on the program websites.
If you have received an assistantship or fellowship, you are required to attend the graduate assistant and graduate fellow orientations. We strongly recommend all other new graduate students attend orientation as well, but is not required.
University Writing Services has resources specifically for graduate students. It also offers one-on-one peer consultation and workshops, and facilitates writing groups.
The Donald G. Brennan Scholarship Fund, the Cathy Golden Scholarship Award and the Morgan Book Fund are all available to current graduate students. Many academic departments also offer assistantships and employment opportunities.
Yes, funding is available through SLU’s Graduate Student Association and sometimes through individual academic departments. Visit the Graduate Student Association website or contact department chairs for more information.
Students who are covered by an outside insurance provider have the option to waive the University's insurance plan. Details about the University Health Plan, including coverage and open enrollment dates, are available at the Student Health Center.
Emergency loans are available from the Office of Graduate Education. Contact Angie Rellergert, graduate education financial coordinator, at 314-977-2601 or email@example.com.
Every foreign national present in the United States for any portion of the previous year is required by law to file forms with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and all appropriate state tax offices. Because Saint Louis University is unable to provide assistance or advice regarding filing taxes, the Office of International Services has purchased access to an online tax preparation package that can help students file their taxes.
Students may receive a bill for fees not covered under their tuition award. Contact Student Financial Services at 314-977-2350 for billing assistance.