Ready to dig into college before you finish high school? Apply to Morris and strengthen your ability to think logically, speak well and connect ideas that can lead to your passion!
Join our PSEO program and get a head start on college—there's no better way to prepare for our changing world and economy. Questions about any of the info below? Contact Admissions.
Through Minnesota’s Post Secondary Enrollment Option, Morris lets high school juniors and seniors enroll in college courses on campus.
To take classes as a PSEO student on the Morris campus, you must apply to Morris like any other student, but you don’t pay any tuition or fees or buy books. Special fees for courses such as private music lessons are not covered through PSEO, but these courses may be taken if the fees are paid by the student. If you are a full-time PSEO student and wish to live on campus you will be responsible for your room and board expenses.
No matter where you live, you can be a PSEO student at Morris. Explore our online courses which will fulfill some of your high school requirements.
Steps for PSEO Applicants
1. Complete an application.
2. Provide an official high school transcript with your GPA and class rank (if applicable).
Official transcripts must be mailed or faxed directly from your high school or, if included with your application, must be in a sealed envelope from your high school.
3. Provide an official score report for the ACT or SAT.
An official score report either comes directly from the testing organization or is recorded on your official high school transcript. Information about the ACT Writing Test is here. The Morris ACT code is 2155 and the SAT code is 6890.
4. Be on track to graduate from high school.
5. Demonstrate academic readiness for the jump to college.
Most PSEO students show exceptional maturity and are at or near the top of their class with above average ACT or SAT test scores. Want to talk to someone about these specifics? Contact Admissions.
6. Send any additional information (optional).
Feel free to include extra materials like written statements, letters of recommendation, resumes, and portfolios that you feel would help get to know you better. We encourage written statements if there are any extenuating circumstances we should take into account when reviewing your application.
7. In about three weeks, you’ll receive an admission decision in the mail.
8. Save your place!
So we don’t give your spot away, return the confirmation card included in your admission packet. Once we receive your confirmation, you will be able to schedule a registration session and complete the necessary steps to be a Morris student.