- About Us
- Program Benefits
- Participating High Schools
- Transferability Report
- Course Descriptions
- Policies & Procedures
- Academic Records Policies
- Adjunct Instructor & Coordinator Policies
- Advisory Board Policies
- Curriculum Policies
- Faculty Liaisons Policies
- High School Participation Policies
- Partner Accolades and Awards Policies
- Registration Policies
- Tuition and Payment Policies
- Program Awards for High Schools
- Advisory Board
- Media Gallery
- Contact Us
Policies and Procedures
The following policies help outline the expectations individuals can have of the 1818 ACC Program.
General Program Information
The 1818 Advanced College Credit Program seeks to promote the mission of Saint Louis University through the College of Arts and Sciences by providing a high quality educational experience to high school students, faculty and administrators in the Jesuit tradition of collegiality, cooperation and mutual respect.
The 1818 Advanced College Credit Program provides an introduction to college-level expectations for high school students by challenging students to attempt a rigorous academic curriculum, encouraging faculty to continue their personal academic endeavors, and supporting administrators in enriching and extending the high school curriculum.
Saint Louis University is fully accredited through North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Saint Louis University is a founding institution of the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP).
Saint Louis University's 1818 Advanced College Credit Program complies with Missouri Department of Higher Education (MDHE), "Dual Credit Policy, " Adopted June 10, 1999.
Saint Louis University's 1818 Advanced College Credit Program complies with the Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE) Dual Credit Task Force.
The College of Arts and Sciences within Saint Louis University maintains ownership of the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program. The following policies assist in insuring the integrity of the program.
- No teacher will participate in the program without the approval of the appropriate University department.
- Before the beginning of each semester, the University may disapprove any teacher or course, if such an action is deemed necessary by the appropriate University department.
- The appropriate University department Liaison will approve the syllabi for all courses.
- University department Liaisons will consult with adjunct instructors regarding departmental student performance expectations, and assessment strategies.
- All adjunct instructors will comply with the respective University departmental assessment plans and strategies.
Future Admission to Saint Louis University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Saint Louis University
221 N. Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63103
Exploring the Policies
The 1818 Advanced College Credit Program policies are for information purposes and does not constitute a contract.
Although the policies were prepared with the latest information available at the time of publication, all statements and schedules including, but not limited to, tuition fees, charges, courses, admission, graduation requirements, general regulations and curricula are subject to change at any time.