Payments for tuition and other charges and fees at Saint Louis University can be made online using Payment Suite in mySLU, by mail and in person. You can also view charges and your account activity through Payment Suite.
Checks must include a student Banner ID number and be mailed to:
Saint Louis University
Office of Student Financial Services
P.O. Box 790165
St. Louis, MO 63179-0165
Payments may be made directly at the cashier’s office, located in DuBourg Hall, Room 4, on Saint Louis University’s north campus.
If you are a parent, guardian or other third party, students can give you access to Payment Suite and their e-bill independently of MySLU. This process requires two steps:
International students can make payments using Flywire by peerTransfer. Flywire accepts payments from any country — typically in your home currency.
Students enrolled in the payment plan with an enrollment fee will automatically be switched to the payment plan with the 1 percent interest charge if they are late making more than one payment. Interest charges and late fees will not be assessed until after Sept. 1 for the fall semester and Feb. 1 for the spring semester.
If any tuition, fees or charges owed to the University are not paid as and when due, we reserve the right to withhold transcripts or diplomas related to your enrollment and cancel your enrollment for a current term and/or registration for future terms. If you no longer plan to attend Saint Louis University, contact the Office of the Registrar for an official withdrawal at 314-977-2269.
Pay your semester bill in full to Saint Louis University. Full payment for the fall semester is due Aug. 1, 2016; full payment for the spring semester is due Jan. 2, 2017.
You can also enroll in one of two monthly payment plan options. The deadlines for enrolling in a monthly payment plan are Aug. 1 for the 2016 fall semester and Jan. 2 for the 2017 spring semester.
Typically, students with an outstanding balance of between $4,000 and $5,000 or more benefit from choosing the payment plan with the enrollment fee. Students with smaller outstanding balances are more likely to benefit from choosing the payment plan with the 1 percent interest charge.
1098-T tax forms can be retrieved by logging into mySLU, navigating to the student financial services section under the “Student” tab, and selecting the “1098-T” link. You will need your 1098-T to claim either the American Opportunity Credit or the Lifetime Learning Credit on your federal tax return.
If your financial aid exceeds your direct billed costs, you will receive a refund. Aid can be paid no sooner than 10 days prior to the start of the semester. After aid has been applied based on your choice, a refund check will either be mailed to the address you designated on your account, or deposited directly into a checking or savings account you've connected to your account.
To take advantage of the electronic funds transfer (EFT) refund process, click on the "Refund" tab in the payment suite of your mySLU account.
In accordance with the U.S. Department of Education, on October 30, 2015, new cash management regulations were published via the Federal Register (34CFR668.161-167). The Program Integrity and Improvement rules require the Saint Louis University to account for, and disburse Federal Title IV funds in accordance to these regulations. This information is published to comply with these regulatory reporting requirements.
On March 23, 2001, Saint Louis University (SLU) entered a banking services agreement with U.S. Bank. The agreement, and subsequent amendments, do not include services for handling student related Title IV credit balance refunds. However, since many SLU students bank with U.S. Bank, the U.S. Department of Education requires that we publish the contract for public review by Sept. 1, 2016 (See below).
SLU is contracted to market and directly offer enrolled students the option to open an account with U.S. Bank. While your SLU ID includes the U.S. Bank logo, you are not obligated or required to open or maintain a financial account with U.S. Bank; nor are you required to open or maintain a financial account with U.S. Bank in order to receive your refund via direct deposit. You are also not required to obtain an access device offered by or through U.S. Bank. (Federal Regulations [668.164 (d),(e), (f)].). SLU encourages you to research a financial institution that best fits your financial situation and needs.
This information is included in the University's annual disclosure that is communicated to all enrolled students each academic year. For more information, view the contract established with U.S. Bank.
Note that all future disclosures relating to these new regulations and banking services contract will be made to this webpage.