Required forms each semester
Each semester a student plans to continue in the PSEO program, he/she must submit a new PSEO Notice of Student Registration Form. This form is to be completed by the student, his/her guardian (if under 18), and the high school counselor. This form must be submitted to the Anoka Technical College counselor located in the Student Success Center before the student is allowed to register for the next semester.
Students must also meet with a high school counselor to fill out the Credit Balance Sheet. This form will be used during your advising session while at Anoka Tech.
Students participating in the program must maintain a cumulative gpa of 2.0 or better in order to remain in the program. Students who fail to meet the 2.0 cumulative gpa requirement must make arrangements to return to their high school to complete their education.
Email Account at Anoka Tech
All formal communication between Anoka Technical College and students will be via Anoka Technical College email accounts. It is vital that a student checks his/her Anoka Technical College email account no less than once a week.
Important information about registering for courses will be emailed to the student’s Anoka Technical College email account. Nothing will be mailed to the student’s home, nor will phone calls be made to a student’s home to inform him/her of important Anoka Technical College information.
Registration for Upcoming Semesters
Students can login to their eServices account to find out when their registration windows open.
Students are encouraged to start shopping for courses early and add courses of interest to their Wish List to more smoothly expedite the registration process.
An advising appointment needs to be made with the Counselor or an Enrollment & Success Coach. The counselor, Erica Stene, can be contacted at email@example.com or at 763-576-4036. An Enrollment and Success Coach can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 763-576-7710. Students must submit the PSEO form and Credit Balance Sheet at their advising appointments. Without these forms, the student will not be allowed to register.
Transferring Courses to Other Institutions
Students are encouraged to use the Transferology website, which is an online tool that will help you view program requirements, course equivalencies, and see how courses you have taken or plan to take transfer to another college or university.
Students who plan to transfer Anoka Technical College courses to other institutions should consult with the transfer specialist at that school to determine transfer policies.
Anoka Tech Transcript Request Form
Buying and Returning Books
When buying books, students must present their printed class schedule and photo ID to the bookstore staff. Also, let the bookstore staff know you are a PSEO student.
Books must be returned to the bookstore. When returning books, students must present a photo ID. Students enrolled under the PSEO program must return books to the bookstore as soon as finals are completed. If books are not returned, the student will be billed for the full amount of the book.
College Credit at the High School
The high school determines the amount of credit to be awarded. However, no more than 4 semester credits can be required to equal one year of high school credit in each subject.
PSEO students are prohibited from enrolling in developmental courses (listed below 1000 level). If a student wishes to take developmental courses, he/she is allowed to, but the cost is the student’s responsibility.
Changing Class Schedules during the Semester
A PSEO student cannot drop, add, or withdraw from a class without consultation with the Anoka Technical College counselor and his/her high school counselor. Students who decide to drop, add or withdraw from class MUST come in and follow the correct procedure for dropping, adding or withdrawing from classes. There is more to the above procedures than simply attending or not attending classes. A student who chooses to no longer attend a class, but does not correctly withdraw from the class, will earn a failing grade. Again, it is necessary to see the Anoka Technical College counselor in order to begin this process.
If students withdraw from a course
, they must let the post-secondary institution and the high school know immediately. PSEO students should expect to be subject to the same procedures and/or penalties as any other high school student when withdrawing from or failing a course.
The PSEO program is only in place for fall and spring semesters. Students who wish to take courses during the summer must pay for courses on their own.
Students are responsible for informing their high schools of each semester’s grades.
Students are responsible for sending a transcript to any non-Minnesota State post-secondary institutions that they will be attending. Visit Records & Registration on the Web to request an official transcript.