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Partner Benefits

The benefits of the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program extend beyond the classroom. Faculty and staff involved in the program have the opportunity for professional development through trainings, mentorship and more.

Advisory Board

As a commitment to our belief that the 1818 Program is a partnership, the 1818 Program has established a semi-autonomous advisory board that reviews policy, makes recommendations and provides direction for the program. 

Current Members

Board Leadership

  • Brandon Hentze, Ed.D., Belleville West High School (Illinois)  
    1818 Advisory Board Chair
  • Erin Gabriel, Dowling Catholic High School (Iowa)
    1818 Advisory Board Vice-Chair
  • Kimberlee Gill, Summit Christian Academy (Missouri)
    1818 Advisory Board Secretary 

1818 Alumnus Representative

  • Adilyn Mueller, Saint Louis University (Missouri)

Private Secondary Representatives

  • Tom Becvar, Saint Louis University High School (Missouri)
  • Stephanie Kraleman, Ed.D., Chaminade College Preparatory (Missouri)
  • Ken Luecke, De Smet Jesuit High School (Missouri)
  • Dennis Matreci, St. John Vianney High School (Missouri)

Public Secondary Representative

  • Stacie Miller, Granite City High School (Illinois)

SLU Faculty Representatives

  • John Kalliongis, Ph.D., Saint Louis University (Missouri)
  • Michal Rozbicki, Ph.D., Saint Louis University (Missouri)

Ex-Officio Members

  • Jean Cox, Dean of Admission
  • Arline Cravens, Ph.D., 1818 Partner Relationship Manager
  • Bretton DeLaria, 1818 Program Director 
  • Christopher Duncan, Ph.D., Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
  • Yvonne Fisher, 1818 Data and Assessment Coordinator
  • Gayle Rogan, Ph.D., 1818 Director Emeritus
 Minutes

The 1818 Advisory Board meets quarterly to discuss programmatic items. Per the board by-laws, the board must publish the minutes from each meeting for review by the 1818 partners.

Review the minutes

Advisory Board By-laws

In 2017, the 1818 Advisory Board formally revised and ratified new guidelines and bylaws regarding board composition and governance. The revisions encourage greater collaboration and participation from the various stakeholders in the program and provides a forum for individuals to help advise program direction.

Review the board bylaws

Awards

There are a variety of awards available to instructors, coordinators and administrators involved with the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program. We offer incentive awards to acknowledge the growth of your dual-credit program with Saint Louis University, service awards honoring longstanding participation, and annual awards to spotlight an instructor’s, coordinator’s or school’s outstanding performance and commitment to excellence in teaching dual credit.

Award Honoree Archives

Graduate Education and Coursework 

Saint Louis University offers a variety of graduate coursework and degrees that 1818 partners can access. Partners may take up to nine graduate credits per academic year covered by the internal scholarship. Individuals may take courses as an unclassified student or seek enrollment into a degree program. All individuals are to adhere to the graduate admission and graduate program policies and procedures. For all questions relating to enrollment as a graduate student at SLU, please contact the Office of Graduate Admission.

Unclassified Student

This type of enrollment classification is often used by instructors or individuals who already hold a graduate degree but need additional coursework in the discipline for approval. Additionally, fully approved instructors, coordinators and administrators use this for professional development purposes. 

  1. Individuals should apply through the Office of Graduate Admission online as an unclassified student.
  2. If you have transcripts on file with the 1818 Program, please email 1818@slu.edu to request them to be forwarded to the Office of Graduate Admission.
  3. The academic department you wish to take courses in will review your application and has the final approval. 
  4. Once your application has been approved, the Office of Graduate Admission will communicate directly to you on next steps regarding course registration and account access.

All questions regarding the application process should be directed to the Office of Graduate Admission.

The maximum amount of graduate credits taken as an unclassified student that can be transferred into a degree-seeking program is six total credits. Students who chose to seek a degree must apply to the program prior to completion of the six hours.

Be sure to familiarize yourself with the 1818 scholarship policies below.

Degree-Seeking Programs

Prospective instructors or partners will enroll in degree-seeking programs to obtain full approval to teach for the 1818 Program in a specific discipline or for their own personal development. 

  1. Individuals should apply through the Office of Graduate Admission online to their specific degree program.
  2. If you have transcripts on file with the 1818 Program, please email 1818@slu.edu to request them to be forwarded to the Office of Graduate Admission.
  3. The academic department you wish to take courses in will review your application and has the final approval.
  4. Once your application has been approved, the Office of Graduate Admission will communicate directly to you on next steps.

All questions regarding the application process should be directed to the Office of Graduate Admission.

Be sure to familiarize yourself with the 1818 scholarship policies below.

Nationally Accredited, Quality Courses

As one the first programs of its kind in the nation, a founding member of the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Programs (NACEP), and one of only a handful of programs nationally accredited since 2014, the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program provides to partners and families a highly rigorous and quality college credit program.

Explore the SLU NACEP Accreditation Application

Discover Courses Eligible for 1818 Credit

New Partner Orientation

Each summer, new instructors and coordinators to the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program are required  to attend an orientation day. The day allows new staff to get acquainted with the program policies and procedures as well as meet program staff. Stipends, meals, parking and supplies are all provided at no cost to 1818 Advanced College Credit members.

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Professional Development Days

The 1818 Advanced College Credit Program offers a variety of professional development days throughout the year for high school administrators, instructors and coordinators. Content varies is tailored to specific audiences. Events might include college preparedness days for administrators, introduction to college advising for counselors and so on. Meals, parking and supplies are all provided at no cost to 1818 Advanced College Credit Program members. Sub-reimbursement for instructor development days is also available. Instructors are required to attend one discipline specific day related to their 1818 appointment to remain in good standing. 

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Submit External PD Documentation

Resources

Partners in the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program have access to a variety of SLU resources beyond the general benefits of free professional development, graduate tuition scholarships, on-campus class observations, and access to SLU faculty.

1818 Policies and Procedures

As an 1818 partner, it is important to understand the expectations, responsibilities, and how to access the full resources available to you. 

Download 1818 Program Policies and Procedures Handbook

Banner Help Resources

Banner Self-Service (or Banner) is your window into the data kept in the central campus information system. The system is available for faculty, staff and students to log in and securely view and update data and information that pertains to them.

Banner Instructions for Instructors and Coordinators 

Banner Login in through mySLU

Campus Visits

The 1818 Program has coordinated with the Office of Admission, Dine SLU and the Pius Library to offer 1818 classes specialized access when visiting the University. Student visits to campus can include information sessions, tours, library boot camp, research/classroom space, class visits, visiting with the 1818 Office, and lunch vouchers to be used during the visit!

All visits, regardless of purpose, must be made through the Office of Admission for liability and tracking purposes. 

Start Planning Your Campus Visit Today 

Collaboration Resources 

Collaboration for 1818 partners with other instructors, school, and SLU faculty liaisons serves as a hallmark and cornerstone to what sets SLU apart from other programs. In that spirit, the 1818 Program has developed online space for collaboration.

This space can be used to submit syllabi, submit assessment samples, access professional development materials, share ideas and lesson plans, and a space to communicate and develop inter-program partnerships.

Access the 1818 Online Collaboration Space

Stay Connected with Campus with SLU Newslink

Library Resources

Saint Louis University believes in the importance of cultivating academic excellence through elevating the level of research students and instructors engage in. As such, SLU has provided students and partners with on-campus access to the library and database resources and a specialized library assistant. Additionally, instructors have remote access to SLU's databases through the library website.

Information About 1818 Access to the Library

Instructor Remote Access to SLU Databases

Marketing Resources

Saint Louis University is proud to partner and provide access to a world-class education to all of our high schools. We encourage our program partners to leverage their partnership with Saint Louis University through utilizing the SLU logo and brand on their website, print materials and around the school.

For help or review of materials, please contact the 1818 Office and SLU Marketing and Communications Office. 

SLU Branding Guidelines and Logo Downloads 

Student Resources

As 1818 students, your students have access to the wide range of SLU academic resources from disability arrangements/counseling, tutoring, academic advising and a plethora of other support services. When advising a student in utilizing these resources, please ensure they notify the 1818 Office in correspondence by cc-ing 1818@slu.edu.

On-camps Academic Resources for 1818 Students 

Review the Student Success Center Resources 

Contact Disability Services

Technology Resources 

Students, instructors, coordinators and administrators are given university status in their various roles and therefore have access to a variety of technologies from the University including a SLU email through Office 365, Google Apps, Skype for Business and more!

Access the full list of IT Resources available from SLU to 1818 partners 

Contact SLU IT Support

Scholarships

Graduate tuition scholarships are available to instructors, coordinators and principals interested in pursuing graduate education at SLU or, under special circumstances, at another institution.

Eligibility requirements include:

  • Prospective instructors seeking necessary degree or additional credit hours for approval must agree to teach for the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program.
  • Current instructors using the scholarship for professional development must have and maintain program enrollment in their course for the duration of the scholarship request.
  • Coordinators seeking the necessary credentials to teach for the 1818 program must agree and certify that they will teach for the program and have enrollment in the program at their high school.
  • Administrators using the scholarship for professional development must have enrollment in the 1818 program at the school and maintain good standing of their institution in the program.
Internal Scholarships

Internal tuition scholarships are available for local program partners, particularly current and prospective 1818 Advanced College Credit Program adjunct instructors, coordinators and high school administrators. Scholarships will cover up to nine graduate credit hours per academic year per individual.

  1. Individuals should be enrolled in a degree program at SLU or enrolled as an unclassified student at SLU.
  2. Individuals should register for their courses each semester first.
  3. Individuals should submit the internal scholarship request form each semester.

Scholarship request must be submitted online before the appropriate deadline:

  • Fall: Sept. 9
  • Spring: Jan. 31
  • Summer: Depends on course part of term

No requests will be honored after the deadline submission due date. The 1818 Advanced College Credit Program may hold the right to refuse processing an award:

You will be notified by the 1818 program office via email once the scholarship is processed.

External Scholarships

External scholarships may be available under special circumstances to partners are unable to take courses through Saint Louis University. This includes 1818 Advanced College Credit Program adjunct instructors who are provisionally approved or who are working to meet requirements to apply for the program.

Special circumstances most often include the geographical distance of a partner high school from the SLU campus or that SLU does not offer a graduate program in the discipline they are looking to teach.

External scholarships can only cover tuition costs at another institution up to the cost of nine graduate credit hours at SLU per academic year.

  1. Upon completion of your coursework, submit copies of your transcript to the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program office.
  2. Submit the External Scholarship Request online.
  3. The  1818 program office will notify you via email once the scholarship is processed.

Please note: Individuals will need to upload a copy of the tuition bill and unofficial transcripts via the form to be reimbursed.

Dual Credit Pipeline Scholarship

The Dual-Credit Pipeline Scholarship is a partnership between Saint Louis University and Indiana University that allows active 1818 adjunct instructors to take online graduate courses to fulfill the Higher Learning Commission's 18 graduate hour requirement for individuals teaching dual credit with a master's degree in a discipline different than the one they teach.

Starting in Fall 2018, individuals can request scholarships that will cover up to nine graduate credit hours per academic year per individual at Indiana University. 

Fall Registration deadline is Aug. 13, 2018, and seating is limited based on availability.

  1. Review the Dual Credit Pipeline Course Catalog.
  2. Apply to Indiana University online.
  3. Submit the Dual Credit Pipeline Scholarship request to the 1818 Program.
  4. The 1818 program office will notify you via email once the scholarship is processed by SLU for payment to Indiana University.
  5. Check your Indiana University student account to confirm Indiana's receipt payment.
  6. Submit official transcripts upon completion of the course to the 1818 program office.  

SLU Faculty Partners

Each 1818 adjunct has access to an appointed SLU faculty member as a resource. These liaisons can offer guidance, answer questions, provide colleague support and give feedback for teaching SLU courses.

Liaisons are required to make annual visits to the high school classroom and share their observation reports with the instructor. Documentation of these meetings is required for accreditation purposes. Faculty liaisons can find important documents and forms in the liaison digital drive.

Submit Annual Report 

Summer Symposium

The required annual summer symposium for instructors and coordinators in the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program takes place the summer before the start of the upcoming academic year. The event brings together all high school instructors and coordinators for a topical education keynote, updates on the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program and protocols, and substantial time for departmental meeting with colleagues from the program and SLU faculty. Meals, parking and supplies are all provided at no cost to 1818 Advanced College Credit Program members.

Register Online