Current Saint Louis University — Madrid students can find the information they need related to academics and student life.
Non U.S. students will receive account summary statements for tuition in their student email. It is the student's responsibility to forward this information to those who they consider appropriate.
Students who are U.S. citizens with permanent residency outside the U.S. who do not apply for U.S. financial aid may pay their tuition fees directly to SLU-Madrid.
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Students can apply for the host-family experience via the online application. Housing applications are processed on a first come, first served basis. Housing staff will instruct students via email on how to enter the housing database and select a host-family option. This is a slow process because students are allowed up to four days to undetake this selection.
Students currently in host-family housing arranged through the University who fail to make payments according to schedule will not be allowed to reserve host-family housing arranged through the University for a subsequent semester.
SLU-Madrid's bookstore provides faculty and students with required textbooks, University apparel and accessories, and photocopying services.
All full-time undergraduate students receive 100 SLU/Sodexo €uros at the beginning of every fall and spring term. Part-time students can load their IDs with SLU/Sodexo €uros as well, but they do not come pre-loaded by SLU-Madrid.
Any student can reload their ID with SLU/Sodexo €uros directly at The Unity or online.
SLU-Madrid does not have a medical center on its campus; however, all registered students are provided with Multi Sanitas Health Insurance for the duration of each term.
For pre-existing conditions, contact Rubén Borrás, M.D., a general practitioner who accepts Sanitas insurance, at email@example.com. If you need treatment for mental illness, contact the SLU-Madrid Counseling Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the event of a medical emergency, contact Spain's universal emergency phone number at 112.