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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

Registration Instructions

Registration is easy. Simply access the necessary forms online by following the instructions below. Parents may assist students, 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.

After you are successfully registered, you will receive a welcome email after the close of registration with helpful information. Be sure to share this email with your parents.

First-time Students

If you have not applied to participate in the 1818 Advanced College Credit program before, you can apply online as first-time student. Simply follow these steps to apply and be registered for the first time:

  1. Open new student application.
  2.  Create a login ID and PIN.
  3. Select 1818 program for application type and click continue.
  4. Select semester for which you're applying.
  5. Enter your full legal name.
  6. Click “Fill Out Application” and complete all six application sections.
  7. Click “Application Complete.”
  8. Agree to the terms and conditions.
  9. Save a copy of the confirmation screen for you and your high school records.
  10. Download, save, and review the 1818 Student Handbook.

Please note that due to volume of applications it may take a few weeks to process your application to activate and register you. Confirmation of final enrollment will be sent out the Friday after registration closes.

Please the observe the following items when completing Step #5:

  • For name, use your full legal name.
  • For the address, use the address where all 1818 Advanced College Credit communication will be sent.
  • For the phone, the first box is for your area code and second box is for the seven-digit number.
  • For personal information, SSN numbers must be entered if your parents want to receive a 1098-T form for tax returns.
  • For high school, look up the six digit ACT high school code and enter into the application.
  • For parental information, enter all relevant information for your parents.
  • For course registration, look up your CRNs from the CRN website and enter them to the CRN boxes in the application.
Returning Students

If you have previously registered for 1818 courses, you can register for a new term by following these steps:

  1. Login to MySLU using your SLUnet username and your password (Id + the last six digits of your Banner ID).
  2. Click the "Students" tab and then select "Add or Drop Classes." Be sure to select the appropriate term and then click "Submit."
  3. On the next screen enter the five-digit course reference numbers. Look up your CRNs.
  4. When the courses display under the heading "Current Schedule," your registration is complete.
  5. Save a copy of your registration screen for you and your high school records.
  6. Download, save, and review the 1818 Student Handbook.

Changes to Registration

If you registered for an incorrect class and need to be added to a correct course, contact your 1818 Advanced College Credit coordinator. If you want to drop a class, first check the 1818 Program Academic Calendar to make sure that the deadline to drop has not passed. Your 1818 High School Coordinator will fill out the change of registration request form on your behalf.

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:

High School Juniors and Seniors

If you are a junior or senior enrolled in high school courses that are eligible for SLU 1818 credit, you may participate if you have:

  • Student in grade 11 or 12 (junior or senior)
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above (on an unweighted 4.0 scale)
  • GPA Exemption for GPA of 2.5-2.99

GPA Exceptions for Juniors and Seniors
Juniors and seniors with a GPA between 2.5-2.99 may participate in the 1818 Program pending that the 1818 Advanced College Credit parental permission form is completed and submitted via the respective 1818 High School Coordinator at your secondary institution before the close of registration. 

High School Sophomores

If you are a sophomore enrolled in high school courses that are eligible for SLU 1818 credit, you may participate if you have:

All required forms should be completed and submitted to the 1818 Program through the respective 1818 High School Coordinator at your secondary institution.

High School Freshman

If you are a freshman enrolled in courses at the high school that are eligible for SLU 1818 credit, you may participate if:

  • The student meets the required 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 unweighted scale (no exceptions).
  • The student has scored in the 90th percentile or above composite score on his or her most recent standardized test.
  • The student receives parent and school permission using the 1818 Advanced College Credit parental permission form.

All required forms should be completed and submitted to the 1818 Program through the respective 1818 High School Coordinator at your secondary institution. 

Student Handbook

All students interested in or registering for the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program are required to review and become familiar with the policies and procedures of the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program. Students should pay special attention to the Student Handbook for the program.

1818 Student Handbook

1818 Policies and Procedures