Honors College Advising is an important benefit of membership in The Honors College. Honors students are encouraged to meet with their honors advisor regularly so that we may get to know you and help you achieve your goals. The advising staff is available to assist you with academic, personal and professional questions. Advising through the Honors College does not replace advising through your academic department. Your honors advisor will keep you abreast of the opportunities and benefits of membership in the Honors College in addition to encouraging your individual academic interests. We are here to help and look forward to working with you!
Any honors student may see an honors advisor to discuss such things as career goals, changing a major, honors courses, etc. However, honors advisors do not serve as the primary adviser for students with declared majors and cannot substitute for a student’s assigned academic advisor. A student’s assigned academic advisor will be able to provide the most comprehensive information on requirements in the student’s degree program.
As an Honors College student, if I choose S/U grading how will it impact my Honors eligibility?
- If you are considering whether or not to select the S/U grading you are strongly urged to consult with your major advisor in your Academic Unit before doing so, as well as an Honors advisor, in order to understand the full ramifications of such a decision on your progress towards a degree, qualification for scholarships, and etc. There are many factors to be aware of before choosing the S/U option.
- The Honors College will accept an S grade from a completed Spring 2020 course towards fulfilling Honors College requirements (enrollment, progress toward Certificate, non-GPA scholarship criteria). Your GPA for Honors-eligibility will be calculated based upon the existing letter grades on your transcript, from all semesters prior and from any graded courses in Spring 2020.
- No Honors College-related academic actions (dismissal, revocation of scholarships) will be applied until Fall 2020. At that time, if an academic action is taken and you feel that Spring 2020 has had an adverse impact on your status, you can use our appeals process.
- You should check with your department regarding departmental honors requirements, as these are set by the individual departments.
- Please refer to the University-wide FAQ and direct all subsequent questions to one of your advisors.
Scheduling an Appointment
Students may schedule a remote appointment through MU Connect or by calling 573-882-3893. If your call is not answered, please leave a message and a staff member will return your phone call as soon as possible.
Advising is available on a walk-in basis at the following times:
- Monday, Wednesday, & Friday: 9:00 – 11:00 AM and 2:30 – 4:30 PM in the Honors College office (2nd floor of Lowry Hall)
- 10:00 – 11:00 AM and 2:30 – 4:30 PM in the Honors College office (2nd floor of Lowry Hall)
- 2:00 – 5:00 PM in Mark Twain Hall
- 9:00 – 11:00 AM and 2:30 – 4:30 PM in the Honors College office (2nd floor of Lowry Hall)
- 2:00 – 5:00 PM in Schurz Hall
Early Registration Advising
Advising is available on a walk-in basis from 8:30-11:30 AM and 1:00 – 4:30 PM during Early Registration periods and during the first week of classes each semester. Walk-In advising is designed to assist honors students with quick questions and is not available for Pre-Health Professions Students.