Honors students at Saint Louis University work with a primary advisor and dedicated members from our staff who can help you meet the requirements of the honors program, select and register for courses, explore research and thesis options, plan for post-graduation and find scholarship opportunities.
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Schedule an Appointment
You can schedule an appointment with your honors advisor through the Navigate Student application on your phone (accessible on Apple or Android devices) or by accessing the EAB Navigate website via mySLU.
If you are making an appointment through mySLU, follow these steps:
- Log in to your mySLU account.
- Search and click on "EAB Navigate."
- Click on "Schedule Appointment" and select "Student Services" as the appointment category, then "Academic Advising" for the service.
- Select an appointment reason from the drop-down menu.
- Select "Honors Advising" for your location.
- Follow the prompts to select desired date and time.
The University Honors Program also has walk-in advising hours during the fall and spring semesters, which are posted in our weekly newsletter. Additional advising questions can be directed to email@example.com.
The University Honors Program offers group advising sessions prior to each semester, as well, providing you with an opportunity to connect with fellow honors students and to talk with advisers about the upcoming semester.
Honors students receive priority registration, which means you can register for courses one business day before registration officially opens. Registration dates are available through the Office of the University Registrar.
Honors advisers are not able to provide registration PINs. These PINs will be emailed to students in advance of the registration period by the registrar.
Finding Honors Courses
A complete list of honors-only and dual-listed honors courses can be found here. To search for honors courses using Banner Self-Service, select the appropriate term, campus and department and then click “Honors Course” in the attribute box.
Honors courses can also be found by searching either "honors" (in the case of HR 1900: Crossroads and some upper-level requirements) or the academic discipline (history, theology, etc.) in Banner's drop-down department menu. Honors courses in other academic departments are indicated by an "H" in the section number. For example, THEO 2750 H01 would be the honors section of THEO 2750 01.