Honors students are advised by both the Director of the University Honors Program and by a faculty advisor in their major. The Director will also meet with incoming Honors students in a special session during orientation week. The Resident Assistant on the Honors floor is also available to give advice and help to Honors students.
For first year students of the Fall 2016 semester, please refer to the "Advising Checklist" before you come to orientation, and definitely before you come to your advising meeting. You will also need to bring the completed "Picking Your Brain" document to advising. The list of open Honors courses can be found here; this list will change as the courses fill up. We will hand out these documents at the first Honors orientation event, so don't worry about printing them out. They are presented here for your convenience. If you have any questions or concerns about what classes to take or just about the Honors Program in general, don't hesitate to contact us.
For those students coming in with AP credits, the transfer guide can be found here.
Loyola students have the benefit of taking classes at Tulane, Xavier, and Dillard Universties and Notre Dame Seminary as part of the schools' cross-enrollment initiative. Learn how here.
Honors students coming to advise with the Director should bring a completed Pre-Advising Form and a copy of her or his DPCL to the appointment. DPCLs can be found below. Students who enrolled in Fall 2012 or Spring 2013 should use this Pre-Advising Form and do not need to bring their Honors DPCL.
If you are a Loyola University faculty advisor of an Honors student, please consult the UHP Advising Guide and the "How Courses Count" documents below. Please note: UHP students do not take T-level Common Curriculum courses.
Please note that some of the DPCLs may be chopped off or otherwise difficult to read. Due to the way website content is handled, we cannot upload new ones at this time. Contact Chinh (the administrative assistant) for a cleaner, better copy!