FAQs About PSEO
Here are a few of the frequently asked questions about how to get started as a PSEO student at WSU. If you have other questions, don't hesitate to reach out to Advising Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 507.457.5878.
Am I allowed to blue-card into a closed class as a PSEO student?
No, the PSEO program is a space available program. You are only able to enroll in classes that still have open seats.
How many credits can I take?
Do I have to pay any fees to be part of the program?
No, not for any required materials and activities. Expenses normally charged to students such as tuition and fees (activity, application, lab, field trip, etc.) are charged to the program.
The WSU Bookstore will provide materials and supplies such as textbooks, workbooks and lab manuals required for you to participate your courses. You must return these materials to the bookstore after the course has been completed.
You do have to pay for any supplemental materials and optional activities you decide to use.
Will I get a laptop?
PSEO students who are taking 12 credits or more will be provided with a laptop through the eWarrior Digital Life and Learning Program.
If a PSEO student is taking less than 12 credits, they may participate in the laptop program by paying the standard fee.
Do I have to meet with an advisor over my schedule or can I just register on my own?
How can I find an open course to take at WSU?
Check the Web Registration section in Student eServices to see what courses are currently available. The course will be listed as "Open" under the "Status" column.
Will WSU know if my high school will allow a course to fulfill a requirement?
No. PSEO students are responsible for checking with their high school to ensure that the WSU course will satisfy the high school's requirement.
Will WSU automatically update my high school on my progress?
No. Students must report their academic progress to their high schools. This includes all schedule changes, such as adding or dropping a course, and the outcome of each class (grade, pass or fail).
Fill out the transcript request form in order to have your transcripts sent to your high school at the end of the term.