Summer Sessions

Visiting students are welcome to attend Saint Louis University's summer sessions. A transcript is not required if you have earned a high school diploma or an equivalent by June.

Visiting students from other colleges and universities are required to be in good academic standing at their home institution and must fill out the online summer visiting undergraduate application.

If you intend on receiving credit at your home institution, consult with your adviser there for approval of course work before you register for courses at Saint Louis University. Visiting graduate students should contact graduate education for more information on registering for graduate courses.

Summer Visiting Registration

To enroll in summer courses as a visiting undergraduate student, complete an online application. Once you receive your confirmation email providing your SLUNet ID, you can register for courses through Banner Self-Service.

No student is officially withdrawn from the summer sessions until a change of registration form has properly been filed. For application or registration questions, contact Laurence Washington at 314-977-2255 or

Summer Programs Tuition

Undergraduate programs
  • Summer per credit hour: $710
  • Health sciences professions per credit hour: $1,400
  • Madrid campus (part-time) per credit hours: €505
  • School for Professional Studies per credit hour: $630
  • School of Nursing per credit hour: $1,400
  • Summer enrichment program per credit hour: $685
  • Summer institutes per credit hour: $625
  • Summer institute: Theological studies per credit hour: $520
Graduate/professional programs
  • Full and part-time per credit hour: $1,075
  • Graduate summer institutes per credit hour: $550
  • Law part-time per credit hour: $1,250
  • Law program in Spain: $4,890
  • Madrid campus master’s per credit hour: €700
  • Full-time MBA: $22,670
  • Physician assistant second year: $7,900
  • Physician assistant third year: $7,110 

To finalize your summer enrollment, you are required to make a payment or payment arrangements. Limited financial aid is available for the summer sessions — usually consisting of student or parent loans. If you need financial assistance, contact Student Financial Services at or 314-977-2350.

Bills for Summer Courses

Bills for summer courses are generated beginning in May. If you register prior to May, your bill will not be calculated or mailed until the May billing cycle.