Complete and submit the Crown College PSEO Application for Admission.
PSEO HIGH SCHOOL
Unity High School
Your high school is a College Classroom
Crown offers the Post-Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO) to qualified students at Unity High School. This program permits students to earn college credit without leaving Unity. Crown offers these PSEO classes in a hybrid format. Students attend math class with Ms. Breid, while receiving additional instruction and feedback from an online professor from Crown.
Unity students may also take Crown PSEO courses that are offered completely online. These courses have a low student to instructor ratio and are offered in a 15-week format.
Why choose PSEO at Crown?
VIDEO Dr. Darin Mather provides an overview of the program and its emphasis.
- Free college-level classes for MN residents.
- Classes conveniently offered at your high school.
- Face-to-face instruction from teachers.
- Courses taught from a Christian perspective.
- Classes are fully-accredited and transferable almost anywhere.
FUTURE PSEO STUDENT
You’ve got a bright future ahead of you.
Discover the better way to experience college. Get a jump start on your future while discovering more about yourself. Save thousands of dollars by completing college courses early.
Cost of taking PSEO courses
That is 20 million saved by PSEO students at 4-year colleges in 2016-2017
Cost of books for PSEO courses
in-class, online, or blended
Scholarships are available to students who attended Crown as PSEO students and then enroll as full-time first-year
students the following academic year. The maximum amount of this renewable scholarship is $2,000 per year. Students
must demonstrate financial need as determined by the FAFSA. Students enrolling in the School of Online Studies are
eligible for a 25% off tuition scholarship.
View your PSEO courses
These courses are specially selected to ease you into the college experience, meet high school requirements, and fulfill college general education needs. Courses with Crown College count toward both high school and college credit. Best of all, they are free!
Check out the course list to see what options are available.