Meet with the faculty in our communication department. Tour leading-edge facilities at the Doisy Research Center. Experience the vibrant city life that teems along South Grand Boulevard. The best way to know if Saint Louis University is a fit for you is to experience it in person.
If you’ve been admitted to Saint Louis University as a graduate student, you will be invited to a special event designed just for you. The event will include a reception with current graduate students, faculty and staff as well as presentations from graduate admission, student financial services and housing.
If you are still exploring your options for graduate school, then attend one of our graduate education information sessions. Each session includes a presentation given by a graduate admission counselor with information on the application and admission process, academic programs, financial services and more. You’ll also attend a panel discussion with current graduate students and have the option of taking a campus tour. A meeting with a department representative may be able to be arranged.
To schedule an information session, call 314-977-2500 or 800-758-3678 and ask to speak with a visit assistant.
|Date and Time||Topic/Host||Sign up link|
|Wed., June 14, 2017,
5:30 - 7 p.m.
|MBA/Graduate Business Information Session||Register|
|Sat., June, 17, 2017,
starting at 10:30 a.m.
|Masters of International Business Information Session||Register|
SLU’s Office of Admission hosts webinars throughout the year that explain the admission process, outline academic programs and provide an overview of SLU’s online resources.
Webinar dates are added regularly, so check back throughout the year for info on upcoming webinars.
During the fall and spring semesters, representatives from SLU’s graduate admission office will visit academic and career fairs hosted at other college and university campuses. Check out the map below to find upcoming fairs where you can talk with SLU’s graduate admission counselors. To view dates and venues, click on individual locations.