This information has been updated for advisement of fall classes.
When scheduling their advising appointments, students should select the earliest date and time available. ADVISING APPOINTMENTS WILL CONTINUE TO BE ADDED TO THE SCHEDULING PROGRAM UNTIL REGISTRATION BEGINS in April. If you cannot find an available time for advising, please try again in a day or two. You do not need to contact Dr. Beck or another advisor to schedule an appointment; simply wait and more times will be added to the scheduling program.
As an Honors student, you cannot register for classes without first completing the advisement process through the Honors Program. Early registration is a privilege available only to those students who are in good standing in the Honors Program and who fulfill all their advising requirements on time.
If you have decided to resign from the program, you must do so by first requesting a Program-Withdrawal Form from Ms. Diane Haun or Dr. Al Beck in Morrison Hall 203. Otherwise, you will still have an Honors "flag" that will preclude you from registering.
Specific instructions for registering through BearWeb are available online. Once you have been formally advised, you and other Honors Program students may begin registering for classes sometime after early registration commences. Note that the early registration schedule is tied to credit hours earned. All Honors students will register before the general student population within their classification, but possibly not at the same time as other Honors students with more or less credit hours.
Freshman and Sophomore Honors Students (based on your current year at Baylor, not on credit-hours earned):
You will receive an email from Dr. Beck with the name of your Honors advisor. Please schedule your appointment with this advisor rather than with another person. Note that advisors are located across campus and not necessarily in the Honors Suite.
These advisors advise all majors and preprofessional programs, including prehealth:
Dr. Al Beck
Morrison Hall 203.3
Ms. Courtney DePalma
Ms. Sarah Marcum
The following advisor advises only assigned prehealth students:
Ms. Michelle Savoie
Junior (Third-Year) Honors Students:
Dr. Charles McDaniel and Dr. David Ryden advise all juniors, and you should select your advisor based on the spelling of your last name. Please note that Dr. Ryden advises in his office in Sid Richardson 345F.
Dr. David Ryden
Sid Richardson 345F
3rd-year Honors students with last name A-Le
Dr. Charles McDaniel
3rd-year Honors students with last name Li-Z.
Click HERE and select a time with your assigned advisor.
Senior Honors Students:
Click HERE and select an advising time with Ms. Haun.
NOTE: Students graduating this semester must have registered for HON 4088, Honors Exit Review, and completed all Honors Program requirements.
All BIC students must meet with their Honors Program advisor for a review of Honors Program requirements. Your BIC advisor will discuss your general course requirements with you, but you will need to schedule an Honors advising appointment using one of the above links.
You must have your advisement flag cleared by both University Scholars and the Honors Program. However, first- and second-year University Scholars will be advised for their Honors Program requirements by their University Scholar advisor. As such, you do not need to be advised by an Honors Program advisor this semester.
University Scholars in their third year will need to be advised by their Honors Program advisor. See instructions above to schedule an appointment with Dr. Ryden or Dr. McDaniel.
Fourth-year University Scholars will need to be advised by Ms. Diane Haun. See instructions above.
You can schedule your Honors advisement by clicking HERE.If you have any problems arranging an advisement meeting, please email Al Beck and describe in detail the problem you are facing. He will work to resolve the matter as quickly as possible.
List of Honors Classes