PSEO Program/REACH Program
The Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program (PSEO) is a state-sponsored program that allows qualified sophomores, juniors and seniors to take college-level courses that apply to both high school graduation requirements and a college degree. It is intended to increase the range and depth of academic options for high school students.
PSEO Admission Requirements and Application Process
PSEO Bookstore Information
PSEO Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
PSEO Registration Information
Returning PSEO Students
PSEO Academic Advisors are available at each of our campus/center locations to answer questions and provide guidance about the PSEO program. Contact one of them directly for assistance.
The REACH program is a collaborative effort between Minnesota West Community & Technical College and area high schools. This partnership offers qualified high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn college credit in their high school setting during regular school hours. All REACH program courses are taught by pre-approved, qualified high school teachers who partner with faculty members from the college. Students who successfully complete a REACH program concurrent enrollment course receive high school credit and Minnesota West college credit.
Jennifer Bendix, PSEO and Reach Program Coordinator