Honors Advising is an opportunity for students after their first semester at Marshall to meet with advisors in the College each semester to discuss, primarily, current options for fulfilling the requirement that students complete two HON 480 Honors Seminars as part of the Honors Curriculum. Each semester there are several of these small, interdisciplinary seminars offered through the College by outstanding faculty from across the University. Enrollment in these seminars is by permission only and must be arranged in an Honors Advising Session. Those students who are nearest to graduation are given priority to complete these mandatory seminars. These Honors Advising sessions also allow the College to continue to “check-in” with students along the way and for them to ask honors-related questions. Honors Advising begins after the coming semester schedule is released and goes “live” for students. Sessions are booked by students according to a rolling invitation (based on total student credit hours earned) and are 15 minute appointments. First-Year students will receive their first invitation for Honors Advising in their second semester.