Students offered admission to University Campus must submit a nonrefundable $500 enrollment deposit to reserve their place in the entering class. The deposit will appear as a credit toward tuition costs for the student's first term of enrollment.
Once the deposit is received, University Campus students will continue to receive important information regarding residence life, on-campus housing, registration procedures and orientation. Students should regularly check their Saint Leo email account. For information on how to set up your Saint Leo email, view instructions here.
If you are an international student without a Zip Code please enter 99999 when prompted.
Contact us at (800) 334-5532 or (352) 588-8283 anytime Monday-Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. EST to deposit by phone. When you submit your deposit, you’ll also need to be prepared to advise us if you plan to reside in campus housing.
To deposit by mail, download and complete a Deposit Certificate and return it with your $500 nonrefundable tuition deposit. You may submit your $500 deposit by check (made payable to Saint Leo University), money order or credit card. We accept VISA, MasterCard, DISCOVER and American Express.
Mail your payment and completed Deposit Certificate to:
Saint Leo University Office of Admissions P.O. Box 6665, MC 2008 Saint Leo, FL 33574-6665
In order to secure your spot with the university, students offered admission to University Campus must submit a nonrefundable enrollment deposit to reserve their place in the entering class. The deposit will appear as a credit toward tuition costs for the student's first term of enrollment. A service fee will be applied to payments made using a debit or credit card. By depositing, at the time housing opens for the fall, you will be given priority for housing, as well as have the opportunity to apply for Saint Leo University grants and scholarships.
Students should only submit their enrollment deposit to the school where they plan to enroll, and then notify other schools to which they have been admitted of their decision. Saint Leo University and many other schools reserve the right to rescind offers of admission for students found to have submitted more than one enrollment deposit to different schools.