- More than 90% of students who transferred their credits from Minneapolis College’s PSEO program had their credits accepted at other postsecondary institutions, including Minnesota State colleges, private colleges and out-of-state universities.
- High school students are more likely to attend college if they have participated in a dual-enrollment program like PSEO
- The credits students take in concurrent enrollment gives them a head start on their college career
- PSEO offers convenient course scheduling
Apply as a PSEO Student
The Post-Secondary Educational Options (PSEO) program is a state program for high school and home-schooled juniors and seniors, which offers the opportunity to enroll in and attend college-level courses and apply earned credits toward high school graduation requirements and a college degree.
The PSEO program pays for your tuition and textbooks for college-level courses (numbered 1000 level or higher) taken for high school and college credit. See below for eligibility requirements.
If you have been a PSEO student at Minneapolis College and you are graduating from high school, apply as a returning student instead of following the application steps on this page.
If you want to take classes in the summer, are from out-of-state or missed the application deadlines, you may apply for Minneapolis College’s High School Non-PSEO Program.