Additional things to keep in mind about the PSEO Program:
- Some courses at Terra State Community College address subject matter that requires adult levels of maturity. PSEO students are college students and must complete all required coursework as well as adhere to course requirements - such as attendance, meeting deadlines, and professional behavior in class.
- It is the responsibility of the student to schedule his/her classes each semester at the College through the PSEO Office.
- Textbooks are the property of Terra State Community College. Students will receive one set of textbooks for every Option B course they are officially enrolled in. Textbooks must be returned at the conclusion of the semester.
- Academic information cannot be released or discussed with parents or guardians without the written consent of the student.
- Students are expected to be in classes when the College is holding classes, regardless of the student's high school schedule.
- Students are required to maintain a college cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher upon the completion of 12 credit hours for continued enrollment in the PSEO program. Students who do not meet this requirement may be placed on probation for one semester.
- Students earning an "F" in a college course are dismissed from the program for a period of one semester and are required to pay for classes, books, and associated fees for the failed course. Students receiving an "F" may petition for readmission to the PSEO program after sitting out for one semester (either fall or spring). Students must receive recommendation from their high school guidance counselor and write a short essay on why they want to be a PSEO student. High school GPA (3.0 or higher) requirements will still apply.
- Students grades are reviewed at the end of every semester to determine eligibility for continued enrollment.
- Students must submit a PSEO application for admission annually.
- Students who receive a grade of "I" (incomplete) have until the sixth week of the following semester to complete the coursework. Students are subject to paying for the course in which the "I" is received if the grade converts to an "F." Upon grade conversion to "F," the student is withdrawn from the PSEO program and billed for all relevant classes.
- Classes which are dropped or withdrawn from after the eighth calendar day of the semester will be subject to either partial or full payment of tuition, fees, and textbooks.
- Students are responsible for and expected to regularly communicate any issues, problems, or concerns with the Student Success Mentor - High School Students.
- Special circumstances may be considered after a review by the Student Success Mentor - High School Students, Director of Admissions and Enrollment Services, and high school guidance counselor.
For more information about the PSEO program, contact us!
Asst. Dir. Admissions Academic Advising for High School Partnerships