Minnesota State College Southeast
A Technical & Community College


College Credits for High School Students

PSEO Student 3Get a head start on college! In partnership with area high schools, MSC Southeast offers several programs that allow students to earn college credits in the high school classroom, college classroom, and online.

Save time and money. Begin your college education while you're still in high school and save thousands of dollars on a 4-year degree. Many college credits can be transferred; each transferable credit is worth hundreds of dollars you won't have to take out in student loans.

Graduate career-ready. Our career and technical credits will get you ready to earn a great salary right after you get out of high school. Online and lab classes teach the high paying technical skills that are in high demand by today's employers.

The best part of taking college credit before you graduate from high school is that it's FREE. That's right -- no cost for tuition, books, or fees! College credit funding for high school students is made possible through the state of Minnesota and partnerships with area high schools.

Whether you want to learn how to weld or how to write a poem, Minnesota State College Southeast has the college coursework that works for high school students!

Start by talking to your high school counselor about PSEO, or contact MSC Southeast PSEO Coordinator Shannon Schell at 507-453-2743 / sschell@southeastmn.edu for more information.


Shannon Schell - 2015

Shannon Schell,
PSEO Coordinator/Advisor - C2C Program Coordinator


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