Post Secondary Enrollment Options Program (PSEOP)
Established by Ohio lawmakers in 1989, the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program (PSEOP) enables qualified high school students in grades 9-12 to take college courses for which they can earn both high school and college credit.
1.) to help students increase their readiness for and access to college;
2.) to help students decrease the overall cost of their college education;
3.) to help students decrease the time it takes to earn their college degree.
PSEOP ADMISSION PROCESS
FALL SEMESTER 2014
|February and March||Step 1: Collect and review information about PSEOP.|
|by March 30||Step 2: Notify your high school that you plan to participate in PSEOP sometime during the next academic year.|
|by April 2||Step 3: Work with your high school guidance counselor to complete and submit your UC Clermont PSEOP application materials.
Remember to include the following:
Mail all materials to the following address:
Dr. Debra Clark
|April - June||Step 4: Take the required UC Clermont Placement Tests. [NOTE: Dr. Clark will send you a letter that identifies the testing dates available for prospective PSEOP students.]|
|by early August||You should receive a PSEOP acceptance or denial letter.|
|June – August||Step 5: Attend a mandatory PSEOP Orientation.
Prior to the orientation: Select your 14FS course(s).
At the orientation: Get your confirmed 14FS schedule and learn more about PSEOP at UC Clermont.
|August 25||Step 6: Begin your Fall Semester classes at UC Clermont.|