PSEOP Application Deadlines & Options
PSEOP Admission Requirements
Apply for PSEOP Admission to Miami Regionals
PSEOP Frequently Asked Questions
For the 2015-16 academic year in the State of Ohio, College Credit Plus (CCP) will replace the program formerly known as Post-secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO) to enhance opportunities for high school students to simultaneously earn college credit and high school credit.
The Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio Board of Regents are in the process of establishing rules to govern the participation and administration of CCP. Miami University's Regional campuses will provide updated information once these rules have been defined.
For further information please go to: https://www.ohiohighered.org/college_credit_plus
Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program (PSEOP) Students: Application Deadlines & Options
The Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program (PSEOP) has been established to permit high school students in grades 9 through 12 to earn college and high school graduation credit through the successful completion of college courses. Download the list of recommended courselist (PDF). PSEOP courses are available on the Miami Hamilton and Miami Middletown campuses, and also at the Voice of America Learning Center in West Chester.
Students must apply to the PSEO program each academic year they wish to participate.
If a student plans to participate in both the fall and spring semesters, the application and all credentials must be received by May 1. If a student plans to participate in the spring semester only, the application and all credentials must by received by November 1.
PSEOP offers students two options:
- Option A allows the public, community or nonpublic high school student to choose, upon enrollment, college credit or both high school and college credit. In this case, the cost of the program is funded entirely by the student's family.
- Option B allows the student to receive both high school and college credit. For public high school and community school students, there is no transfer of tuition between student and college. The high school's state foundation will pay the college directly. If the student is enrolled in a nonpublic high school, or is home-schooled, the cost may be subsidized by funds set aside by the Ohio General Assembly in each biennium and awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. In order to receive this funding, the student must provide the state with the Application for Funding form and a copy of the letter of acceptance from the university. Public, community or nonpublic high school, or home-schooled students electing this option will not be required to pay for tuition or books.
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