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1818 ACC Program at SLU Registration Process
Ready to Register? Let's Get Started here! Find out what you need to do!


Registration for the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program is an important step in starting your college career. By learning how to register yourself, make changes to your registration, and pay your tuition you are preparing yourself for what to expect in college when registering for courses.

We know it can be a detailed oriented process, so we've put together some information to help ensure a smooth registration process. 

Get Registered

Before you register you need to:

  1. Ensure you meet the 1818 ACC Program eligibility?
  2. Speak with your high school coordinator for the program or course instructor?
  3. Speak with your parents/guardians regarding the program?
  4. Ask if your school will be doing a registration session with all 1818 ACC students?
  5. Review to ensure you are registering during an open regular or late registration period?

If you know the answers to these questions above, you can start your registration by choosing which type of student to the 1818 ACC Program you are!

New Student?

Returning Student?

New Student Application 1818 ACC SLU Returning Student Registration



After Registration

Congratulations, you've registered for your courses! While you've successfully enrolled in courses, the process doesn't stop there! Remember the following dates!

Key Reminders

  • Turn in your confirmation page to your 1818 ACC Coordinator at your high school.
  • Be on the look out for a follow up email from the 1818 ACC Program office regarding which courses our system reflects you enrolled in.
  • Tuition bills are addressed to the student and arrive on the 15th of each month until paid.
  • All important deadlines for the semester are posted on the 1818 ACC Calendar including: course drop dates, tuition dates, non-payment drop dates, etc.

The process doesn't end with just these dates. A key step to being a college student means staying active in your education and knowing how to handle these various situations before they arise. We've outlined a few below. 

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