During these uncertain months, Saint Leo University has made every decision with a singular priority in focus—The health, safety, and well-being of our students and our academic community.
As one of the consistently ranked safest universities in the State of Florida and as an institution founded in our core value of community, providing an environment that nurtures our students and fosters growth in all aspects of mind, body, and spirit has always been our greatest mission. Read below to learn more about what makes Saint Leo University a particularly safe place to call "home", especially now.
The university is currently planning to reopen all on-ground classes at University Campus on schedule in August. However, given that many experts have suggested there may be another peak in cases of coronavirus in the late fall, associated with the onset of flu season, the University has preemptively decided to adjust our instructional approach for the end of the fall semester.
Following the Thanksgiving holiday break, all courses at University Campus will resume online for the last two weeks of the term. This change will allow students who reside on campus the option to remain home following Thanksgiving and avoid travel during this time should they so choose. Our residence halls and dining facilities will remain open until the end of semester in accordance with our regularly published academic calendar for those students who would prefer to remain in-residence through this period.
Accordingly, room and board fees will remain the same.