Imagine a place that welcomes you for who you are—and for who you would like to become. A university with diversity . . . yet with shared values. Where you’ll learn from professors who not only know their subject—they know you. Where 13 colleges and schools and more than 85 degree programs offer ample opportunity for you to make the right choice.
Now picture a green, inviting, peaceful campus—a 300-acre oasis in the middle of a major American city.
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Size: 7,984 students
Gender: 60% female, 40% male
Geographic diversity: 50 states and 78 countries represented
Student-faculty ratio: 9:1
Average class size: 27 students
Faculty excellence: 99% of full-time faculty hold terminal degrees.
Student involvement: More than 170 organizations to join
Athletics: SLU competes in 18 NCAA Division I sports and is a member of the Atlantic 10 Conference.
Greek life: Eight fraternities and seven sororities
Jesuits: 50 Jesuits teach, study, and minister at SLU.
Service: SLU has been named nine consecutive times to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a school can achieve for its commitment to community engagement.
Saint Louis Universit yUndergraduate Programs
* Denotes program also offered at the graduate level
† Transfer students can apply to the Accelerated BSN program
• Accounting *
• Aeronautics *
- Aviation Management
- Flight Science
- Global Aviation
• Aerospace Engineering *
• African American Studies
• American Studies *
• Analytics and Enterprise Systems
• Art History
• Athletic Training *
• Biochemistry *
• Bioethics and Health Studies
• Biology *
- Biological Chemistry and Molecular Biology
- Biological Science
- Cell Biology and Physiology
- Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation
- Plant Science
• Biomedical Engineering *
• Biostatistics *
• Chemical Biology andPharmacology *
• Chemistry *
• Civil Engineering *
• Classical Humanities
• Communication *
- Advertising and Public Relations
- Communication Studies
- Journalism and Media Studies
• Communication Sciences and Disorders *
• Computer Engineering *
• Computer Science *
• Criminology and Criminal Justice *
• Data Science
• Economics *
• Education *
- Early Childhood
- Early Childhood with Early Childhood Special Education
- Elementary Education
- Elementary with Special Education for Mild/Moderate Disabilities
• Electrical Engineering *
• Engineering Physics
• English *
- Creative Writing
- Research-Intensive English
- Rhetoric, Writing, and Technology
• Entrepreneurship *
• Environmental Science
• Environmental Studies
- Advocacy and Discourse
- Economics, Politics, and Public Policy
- Natural Sciences
- Philosophy, Religion, and Ethics
- Society and the Environment Through Space and Time
• Finance *
• Forensic Science
• French *
• Geology *
• Geophysics *
• German Studies
• Greek and Latin Languages and Literatures
• Health Information Management
• Health Management *
• Health Sciences
• History *
• Information Technology Management *
• International Business *
• International Studies
• Investigative and Medical Sciences
• Italian Studies
• Latin American Studies
• Leadership and Human Resource Management
• Magnetic Resonance Imaging *
• Marketing *
• Mathematics *
• Mechanical Engineering *
• Medical Laboratory Science
• Medieval Studies
• Meteorology *
- Musical Studies
• Nuclear Medicine Technology *
• Nursing ?
• Nutrition and Dietetics *
- Culinary Arts
- Food Innovations and Entrepreneurship
• Occupational Sciences and Occupational Therapy *
• Philosophy *
- Health Sciences
- Society and Laws
• Physical Therapy *
• Political Science *
- International Affairs
- Public Law
- Public Policy
• Psychology *
• Public Health *
• Radiation Therapy *
• Russian Studies
• Social Work *
• Sociology *
- Gender, Sexuality, and the Body
- Health and Medicine
- Law, Crime, and Deviance
- Urbanization, Immigration, and Demography
• Spanish *
• Sports Business
• Studio Art
- Computer Art
- Graphic Design
• Theological Studies *
• Women’s and Gender Studies *
• Pre-physician Assistant
COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS
• College for Public Health and Social Justice
• College of Arts and Sciences
• College of Philosophy and Letters
• Doisy College of Health Sciences
• Parks College of Engineering, Aviation, and Technology
• Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business
• School for Professional Studies
• School of Education
• School of Law
• School of Medicine
• School of Nursing
Complete your degree at SLU
At Saint Louis University, we welcome transfer students and the diversity of experiences they bring to our campus. Because we know that each transfer student’s concerns are unique, we offer specialized programs and services to ensure a smooth transition. Dedicated transfer admission counselors will guide you through the process, from application to credit transfer to financial aid. Transfer-specific visit programs will give you the full SLU experience and make sure all your questions are answered.
No matter where you started your degree, we’d love to help you complete it at SLU!
SLU at a glance
Founded in 1818, Saint Louis University is one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious Catholic institutions. Rooted in Jesuit values and its pioneering history as the first university west of the Mississippi River, SLU offers nearly 13,000 students a rigorous, transformative education of the whole person. At the core of the University’s diverse community of scholars is SLU’s service-focused mission, which challenges and prepares students to make the world a better, more just place.
Beyond the classroom
At Saint Louis University, students learn by doing, building on knowledge and skills gained in the classroom with hands-on practice and lab work along with internships and service learning. Students in
all of SLU’s undergraduate majors—from business to health care to the arts and humanities—have opportunities to practice the real-world skills sought after by today’s employers.
SLU offers students something rare in higher education: the opportunity to study at a place where academic achievement and scientific advancement unite with a commitment to community. And that collaboration pays off: six months after graduation, 96% of our graduates are working, volunteering, or in graduate or professional school.
SLU’s campus in Madrid and more than 40 study abroad programs give you the opportunity to grow as a global citizen.
Our dynamic city
Amazing outdoor spaces, one-of-a-kind museums, world-class theater experiences, and a wealth of internship and job opportunities means St. Louis doesn’t just have “something for everyone”—it has something for you.
Home to nearly three million people, the St. Louis metro region is easily accessible by air, car, and train.
At Saint Louis University, students are in the center of everything. SLU’s campus in Midtown St. Louis stretches across more than 271 acres. Students and visitors alike appreciate the beauty and unique community in the middle of a bustling city.
A variety of visit programs—including transfer-specific events—are offered throughout the year to meet your needs. You can also set up an individualized visit to fit your interests: tour campus, sit down with an admission or financial aid counselor, shadow a class, meet with an academic department, and more. For dates, descriptions, and registration, go to slu.edu/visit.
Come see us!
We’re excited to show you around SLU! Get a taste of campus and schedule your visit at slu.edu/visit, or call us at 314-977-2500 or 800-SLU-FOR-U and ask to speak with a Visit Assistant.
Can’t make it to campus? Get a preview of what you’ll find through our virtual tour at slu.edu/about/st-louis/tours.