All PSEO + Dual Enrollment
Standardized test results are not required for PSEO or Dual Enrollment students.
Work with your school guidance counselor and your college advisor to ensure you take classes that will fulfill your high school requirements and also be beneficial in your academic pursuits after high school.
The official high school transcript comes to Crown directly from the high school in a sealed envelope or through an electronic transcript service. An official homeschool transcript includes classes, grades, cumulative GPA, expected graduation date, and a parent signature and is mailed in a sealed envelope or emailed from a parent’s email.
Crown is regionally accredited so credits should transfer elsewhere, but ultimately it’s up to the other college to decide what will transfer. See Transferology for assistance planning your coursework.
Apply through the School of Arts and Sciences Admissions office at 952-446-4142 for on-campus degree programs and through the School of Online Studies admissions office at 952-446-4300 for online degree programs.
Courses offered at Crown are listed in the Catalogs. The complete listing of courses available each semester can be found in Our.Crown. Courses run over a 15-week semester. Classes are taught from a biblical worldview; however, not all the books provide that same worldview. Contact the Director of PSEO/Dual Enrollment with any questions about the classes.
Students taking on-campus classes and online students who live near the College will be required to attend a registration day in the summer which will also provide some orientation information. An optional orientation/Welcome Week is provided for commuter and residential students. Online orientation will be offered through the learning management site for online students who live at a distance.
Crown offers 15-week classes every semester on campus and online. Online classes are broken into weekly requirements with Thursday and Sunday deadlines.
- Advisor (assigned at time of registration) helps with registration; answers questions
- Bookstore lists and sells all the books required for each class
- Our.Crown is your source for student email, class list, schedule, forms, unofficial transcript
- Canvas delivers course content
- Disabilities Services provides academic accommodations as needed
- Library offers books, e-books, journals, research databases, study space
- Catalog provides academic information, course descriptions
- IT Helpdesk offers technology resources and answers to technology-related questions/problems
- Career Services resume, networking, cover letter advice and more
You must pay your bill before the classes begin.
Classes in School
See the Crown College School of Online Studies Catalog for options.
Freshman and sophomore level courses are available to high school juniors and seniors.
You will work with our Department Chair at Crown to
- Review the curriculum
- Create a Crown College syllabus
- Obtain approval
Professors need a master’s degree from a regionally accredited college.
Course Assistants need a bachelor’s degree with a major or minor in the content area.
They will need to go through the application process before being approved to teach.