Whether you're a first-time or returning student in Saint Louis University's 1818 Advanced College Credit Program, help is available throughout the registration process.
The 1818 Program is designed to engage students as college students. As such, the program encourages students to take responsibility for their 1818 involvement, including registration deadlines. High schools are encouraged to register students together on-campus online, but students can register online on their own. School officials may request virtual or on-site assistance from Saint Louis University staff to help with the registration process.
Students planning to enter pre-professional health programs or medical school should take special consideration when registering for college credit science courses as these programs typically will not accept AP or dual-credit coursework in these disciplines
Starting or Continuing Your 1818 Coursework
The 1818 application and course registration process is being updated for fall 2021. Registration information will be available soon.
Parents may assist students in registering for 1818 but have limited rights in accessing their child’s college academic records. More information about parental rights is available through SLU’s Office of the Registrar.
Eligibility to Participate
You may apply to participate in the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program if you meet the following standards set by accreditors and state legislatures.
Juniors and seniors must have a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale and electronic approval of the 1818 course instructor or 1818 Partner Coordinator.
Sophomores are eligible to enroll in 1818 courses in certain circumstances, to include sequenced 1818 courses in mathematics (College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III) and foreign languages (courses numbered 1010 or above). Sophomores may be approved by 1818 Partners to enroll if the students have:
- a minimum 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale and
- completed the pre-requisite course(s) with a grade(s) of “B” or higher and
- provide a signed letter of recommendation from the principal and guidance counselor attesting to the student’s suitability to take this course for college credit and
- provide written permission from a parent or legal guardian and
- electronic approval of the 1818 course instructor or 1818 Partner Coordinator
Freshmen are not eligible to enroll in 1818 courses.