Part-Time PSEO and Dual Enrollment
Students participating in part-time PSEO through Concordia College in the fall should attend Orientation on Wednesday, August 4, 2021 from 9-11 a.m. or 1-3 p.m. Registration for this event is required!
Students accepted to the part-time PSEO/dual enrollment program are allowed to take 1-2 courses. You'll work with your high school counselor to ensure that the college courses you take at Concordia will also fulfill any remaining high school graduation requirements.
Part-time PSEO students interested in spring semester must submit all applications and forms to our Admission Office before Dec. 6, 2021.
Eligibility and Requirements
Juniors or seniors who attend a Minnesota high school and are Minnesota residents (or admitted to the North Dakota Dual Enrollment Program) may be eligible to take up to 8 credits (1-2 college-level courses at the 100 or 200 level) as a part-time PSEO student if they have a 3.25 cumulative GPA or above. We welcome eligible students to apply. Each application is reviewed individually and additional application materials, including test scores, will be considered. Students who participate in PSEO in the 11th grade will need to reapply for the following academic year and submit updated transcripts.
Part-time PSEO students will get to meet one-on-one with a member of our Registrar’s Office prior to each semester. Registration for PSEO students occurs after the current Concordia students have had the opportunity to register. Fall registration occurs in late summer and spring registration occurs in mid-November. Students will be contacted via their Concordia email to coordinate registration appointments. Students must deposit or submit their intent to enroll before they can register for classes. Students are not eligible to register until their Minnesota Department of Education PSEO form is received by the Registrar’s Office prior to each semester (MDE form not required for N.D. Dual Enrollment).
Moorhead High School Students:
Concordia hosts a registration day at the MHS Counseling Center prior to each semester. Watch your Concordia email for further instruction and sign-up information.