Who Will You Become?
An undergraduate education from Saint Louis University isn’t only about what you major in. As Catholic, Jesuit university, SLU educates the whole person.
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Here, you will participate in a well-rounded education that will prepare you to reach your goals and graduate ready for whatever comes next.
You will have the support to choose a minor, more than one major, or both. Structure a degree program that is uniquely your own. Choose from accelerated programs that save you both time and money on the way to a graduate degree.
And during your time here, it’s likely you will study abroad and nearly certain that you will volunteer in the community or around the world.
Academic Resources at SLU
Being admitted is only the first step. At SLU, first-year students are encouraged to enroll in University 101, a one-credit course that introduces you to campus resources and eases the transition from high school to college. From there, you’ll have access to academic support ranging from your own advisor to topical study groups, to our writing center and resources that help you plan for your career.
Honors and Scholars Programs
At SLU, it’s cool to be smart. You can enter as an honors student, pre-law or pre-med student. Students accepted into our highly selective scholars programs can be placed on a guaranteed admittance track to School of Law or enjoy early application privileges to the School of Medicine. Scholars programs also exist for business, social work and physician assistant programs.
Already thinking about grad school? At SLU, there are many freshman-entry, five-year degree programs that let you graduate with both your undergraduate and graduate degrees or prepare you for future study. Check out which graduate degrees SLU offers and our resources for graduate students on campus.
What Does a Billiken Look Like?
Average High School GPA
Top percent of ACT and SAT scores in the United States
Students enrolled in the 2019 freshman class
Foreign countries represented in the undergraduate student body