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  • Next Steps

PSEO Student Admissions

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  • Registration

    Your next step is to register for classes. You must first visit with your high school counselor to determine what kind of courses you need to complete your requirements for your diploma. After those requirements are met, you can take electives in areas of interest to you. The legislature established this program on a "space-available" basis. This means you will register after regularly admitted students, so you may not always get your first choice. MSUM does not support PSEO taking on-line courses. Developmental, as well as some upper-division and major-specific classes are not available to PSEO students. Please note that English and Math classes are based on qualifying ACT or Accuplacer test scores. All other MSUM activities are open to PSEO students, with the exception of inter-collegiate athletics. You can also continue to participate in your high school's extra-curricular activities if you prefer.

    Dragon Registration Day

    PSEO - Fall 2014 Admits Registration Days


    We make registration easy at a PSEO Dragon Registration Day, a required program in which you’ll:

    • Meet with faculty and student advisors
    • Register for your class or classes
    • Receive your MSU Moorhead photo ID
    • Tour campus and learn about courses and student services

    The MSU Moorhead PSEO Coordinator will contact you by mail to sign you up for the PSEO Dragon Registration Day.

    Guests are welcome to attend! Be sure to bring your parents and guests so they can learn more about MSU Moorhead, too.

    You’ll receive additional information about scheduled events, parking and a map to campus by mail prior to your PSEO Dragon Registration Day.

    If you’re looking for accommodations while visiting the Fargo-Moorhead area, please visit www.fargomoorhead.org for hotel/motel information and options.

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    How do I participate and what classes and activities can I take part in?

    You must first visit with your high school counselor to determine what kind of courses you need to complete your requirements for your diploma. After those requirements are met, you can take electives in areas of interest to you. The legislature established this program on a "space-available" basis. This means you will register after regularly admitted students, so you may not always get your first choice. MSUM does not support PSEO taking on-line courses. Developmental, as well as some upper-division and major-specific classes are not available to PSEO students. Please note that English and Math classes are based on qualifying ACT or Accuplacer test scores. See the following link for more information. All other MSUM activities are open to PSEO students, with the exception of inter-collegiate athletics. You can also continue to participate in your high school's extra-curricular activities if you prefer.