You can schedule an appointment with your Honors adviser online through mySLU, by contacting the University Honors Program at 314-977-3951 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, or by stopping by the University Honors office in Verhaegen Hall, room 119.
Faculty members can find more information on teaching honors courses on the faculty resources site. Log in with your SLU ID and password.
Robert's duties include overseeing the program's advising efforts, developing experiential learning opportunities, managing programmatic data, and teaching a section of the Honors Crossroads class in the Honors Learning Community. Robert has been a member of the Honors Program staff since 2014. He holds a B.A. (English) degree from Valparaiso University, an M.A. (International Relations Degree) from Webster University, and a Ph.D. (Higher Education Administration) from Saint Louis University.
Tina is the adviser for all Honors Program students. She provides guidance about the Honors Program curriculum for current and prospective students, assists students in creating short- and long-term curricular and co-curricular goals, develops strategies for academic success, and provides professional development and vocational discernment guidance. She joined the Honors Program staff in 2016. She previously worked in the Saint Louis University Law School Career Services Office. She holds a B.A. (English, Economics) from Drake University and a J.D. from Saint Louis University.
Annie is the program coordinator for competitive fellowships and scholarships. Although she works within the Honors Program Office, she advises all SLU students (undergraduate, graduate and even alumni) who intend to apply for competitive awards like the Fulbright grant, Marshall Scholarship, Rhodes Scholarship, Truman Scholarship and others. Her advising and guidance includes exploratory meetings with students to discern their interests, individual meetings to hone application materials, and interviews with faculty members to prepare students for application submission. Annie also serves as the mentor to the Presidential Scholars Society and teaches the Presidential Scholars section of the Honors Crossroads class. She has been a member of the Honors Program staff since 2014. She holds a B.A. (English) from Rockhurst University, and both an M.A. and a Ph.D. (English) from Saint Louis University.