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SLU 1818 and UMSL ACP

Through Saint Louis University's 1818 and UMSL's ACP College Credit programs, students can get a jumpstart on earning college credit while still in high school. The 1818 and ACP programs are designed to engage students as college students while taking classes at Nerinx and taught by Nerinx teachers.


COST:  $75/credit hour 

SLU 1818 Registration: click here     

Deadline: February 12   

Eligibility: Juniors and Seniors 3.0 GPA; Sophomores 3.5 GPA; freshman are not eligible 

Course Load Limit: Students who wish to enroll in 1818 courses may enroll in a maximum of 11 credit hours per semester. For yearlong classes, the credit bearing will be split between the fall and spring semester. For example, a 3-credit-hour yearlong course will be considered 1.5 credit hours in the fall semester and 1.5 credit hours in the spring semester.

More info about the SLU 1818 program: click here

Students can receive college credit from SLU 1818 if they are enrolled in one or more of the following Nerinx courses FIRST SEMESTER (registration for 2nd semester courses is in January):


COST: $70/credit hour

UMSL ACP Registration: click here   

Deadline: February 4   

Eligibility: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior - 3.0 GPA; Junior’s and Senior’s with a GPA 2.5-2.99 are also eligible with approval from from their principal and/or guidance counselor as well as permission from a parent or legal guardian  

Course Load Limit: UMSL ACP does not have a course load limit

More info about the UMSL ACP programclick here 

Students can receive college credit from UMSL ACP if they are enrolled in one or more of the following Nerinx courses FIRST SEMESTER (registration for 2nd semester courses is in January):



Use these helpful tools to figure out if the colleges you are considering will accept credit. 

SLU uses a database called Transferology. More transfer info, click HERE

UMSL uses a database through UCONN. More transfer info, click HERE



Beginning with the spring (January) 2022 semester, high school juniors and seniors may be eligible to receive a scholarship that covers the tuition and fees for their dual credit or dual enrollment courses. To qualify, students must be taking dual credit or dual enrollment courses from a Missouri college or university and meet the eligibility criteria. Awards will be prioritized based on financial need determined by adjusted gross income (AGI) from the most recent tax year. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO.