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Good academic advice is an important contributor to student success. Our advisors strive to enroll you in the best courses to further your goals. All Honors students are assigned to an Honors College advisor based on the student's major field. Honors College advisors supplement advice offered through University Advising and their major departments. Your Honors College advisor will monitor your progress through DARS, register you for your courses, and help you to better understand your certificate and degree requirements.
Meeting regularly with your advisor affords you an opportunity to get to know a faculty member well and to obtain quality counseling and mentoring from someone with direct experience of the program and the campus. Your advisor can also be a valuable conduit to scholar development opportunities and other enriching educational experiences.
Check out the links below for advising information, course descriptions, and pre-registraton information:
This form allows you to find your Honors academic advisor and their contact information.
This webpage provides nformation regarding academic advising at the University of Missouri - St. Louis beyond that of the Honors College.
MyDegree (formally DARS) allows students to track their academic progress and determine what requirements that still need to be fulfilled for their degree programs.
This link contains Honors College course descriptions to assist in planning your class schedule for the upcoming semester.
Use this form to prepare for your pre-registration meeting with your Honors advisor.
This link will allow you to view all courses and program information for all colleges and degrees offered at UMSL.