Postsecondary Enrollment (PSEO)
The Postsecondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) program enables public school students to enroll in courses at eligible postsecondary institutions in Minnesota, including Concordia, at no cost to the student or family (tuition, fees, books). PSEO encourages rigorous educational pursuits and provides a wider variety of course options to high school students.
Acceptance into the PSEO program at Concordia is competitive. Your acceptance will be based on your academic progress and available space.
Any 12th-grade student who is a Minnesota resident and attends a Minnesota school outside a 15-mile radius of Concordia may apply for full-time PSEO admission. Full-time students are allowed to take 3-4 courses each semester. Students wishing to participate would apply in the spring of their junior year, once semester one/quarter two grades are posted. ACT scores are preferred, but not required for admission. Full-Time PSEO is like starting your freshman year of college early- students will participate in orientation, live on campus, and can participate in campus activities.
Any 11th or 12th grade student who is a Minnesota resident and attends a Minnesota school inside a 15-mile radius of Concordia may apply for part-time PSEO admission. Part-time students are allowed to take 1-2 courses each semester. Students wishing to participate would apply in the spring of their sophomore or junior year, once semester one/quarter two grades are posted. Concordia has a similar agreement for students at Oak Grove and Park Christian Schools.