Did you know that Northwest State offers high school students the opportunity to take college classes while still enrolled in high school?

With the Post-Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO) high school students, grades 9-12, are able to earn high school and college credit through the successful completion of college courses at Northwest State.

There are two enrollment options for PSEO students:

Option A: permits eligible students to enroll in college courses for college credit. Students electing this option will be required to pay all costs incurred including tuition, books, materials and fees.
Option B: permits eligible students to enroll in college courses for both high school credit toward graduation and college credit. Students electing this option will not be required to pay for tuition, required books and materials or fees associated with such courses.

PSEO Enrollment Packet
This information provides you with qualification requirements, deadlines and all of the required paperwork necessary to enroll. You will find the application, intent to participate, guidance counselor verification, and college expectations. The deadline is June 1 for a fall semester start and December 1 for a spring semester start. Please note that your high school may have earlier deadlines.

Frequently Asked Questions
Still have questions about the Post-Secondary Enrollment Option? Check out these FAQs! For more information, students are encouraged to contact their high school guidance counselor, or call 419.267.1320 to speak to an admissions representative at Northwest State.