UMSL to waive online fees for fall semester due to COVID-19

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ST. LOUIS – The University of Missouri-St. Louis will continue to waive fees for online courses this fall. The university has been waiving online fees for the summer.  Currently, UMSL is seeing a 4-percent increase in credit hour enrollment.

The university is planning to hold in-person classes open this fall while increasing its online courses. Additionally, UMSL has stopped using ACT/SAT test requirements for students over 24.

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