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Post-Secondary Enrollment Options March 11, 2014 Agenda Welcome Bob Schuff – Berea-Midpark High School Applications, Requirements Patricia Sweeney – Cuyahoga Community College Merideth Cannon – Baldwin Wallace University Procedures Bob Schuff Questions
Post-Secondary Enrollment Options What it is and what you need to know!!!
What is P.S.E.O.P.? The Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program is a State of Ohio program that provides an opportunity for high school students to attend a local college or university and earn college credit.
Option “A” Option A allows high school students to earn college credit while attending high school. HOWEVER… –Tuition, books and fees are paid by the student/parents
OPTION “B” Tuition and books are paid for by the school district (additional fees are not covered). Credit earned through Option B will count as college AND high school credit. Transportation to and from the college is the responsibility of the student.
Requirements for admission Cuyahoga Community College –Open to 9 th thru 12 th grades –GPA: 3.5 for 9 th, 10 th ; 3.0 for 11 th, 12 th –MINIMUM 3.0 GPA IN SUBJECT AREA –Freshmen: limited to 1 course per semester Sophomores: limited to 2 courses per semester
Cuyahoga Community College –Place in English 1010 and Math 1200 OR submit ACT scores: English – 18, Math – 21 Prior to taking placement tests, students must either attend an in-person preparation session at the Western Campus or complete practice math and English problems on their own - Testing hours: Monday-Thursday: 9am-8pm ( must be seated for the test by 5:30) Requirements for admission
Dual Enrollment classes at Berea- Midpark –College Composition 1010 and –College Composition 1010 and 1020 Potential classes include: –Speech 1010 –Psychology 1010 –Math 1510 Trigonometry –Math 1520 College Algebra Meeting for students who qualify to be held in April.
Requirements for admission Baldwin Wallace – Seniors and Juniors –Cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better AND ACT composite score of 24 or SAT of 1100 critical reading + math (equivalent scores for the PLAN or PSAT will also be accepted) –Seniors can take up to 3 classes per semester –Juniors can take up to 2 classes per semester
Baldwin Wallace – Sophomores and Freshmen - Cumulative GPA of 3.9 or better AND ACT composite score of 24 or SAT of 1100 critical reading + math (equivalent scores for the PLAN or PSAT will also be accepted) -May enroll in 1 class per semester Requirements for admission
Cleveland State University - Applications for Fall 2014 are due by June 15th, 2014 (this includes the completed application: pseop.pdf, official test scores, official transcript and $30 application fee). pseop.pdf - Any student currently participating in PSEOP, who plans to continue next year, will need a new completed application and updated transcript in order to register. - Students currently participating in PSEOP will be eligible to meet with a counselor to register for classes beginning June 1st, Students must have previously submitted their updated application and transcript, be in good academic standing, and have no balance on their student account.
What’s Next? Submit the Intent to Participate Form by Friday, March 21, 2014 (choose Option B) Complete the application, including a transcript request. We will send the transcript and application to the college, but YOU need to request it!
What’s Next? Take placement exams (TRI-C) Testing center hours: M – Th, 9:00am – 8:30pm. Must begin testing not later than 6:00pm. Opportunity to take exams at Berea- Midpark in April Acceptance letters will be sent to you; BMHS counselors will receive a copy.
What’s Next? Have BMHS counselor check Authorization to Attend form (TRI-C) Schedule appointment with admissions counselor/academic counselor to select courses.
Application Deadlines Tri-C:April 15, 2014 for fall, December 1, 2014 for spring BWU:May 1, 2014 for both fall and spring semesters
Things to Consider How are college semester hours transferred to high school credits? –College hours are multiplied by.2 to equate with high school credit. ex.: 3 semester hrs =.6 high school credit 5 semester hrs = 1.0 high school credit
Total number of high school credits must be at least 2.5 per semester and 5.5 for the year. The maximum number of credits a student may earn must not exceed 7.0 for the academic year. Things to Consider
What about eligibility? –P.S.E.O.P. courses DO count toward eligibility. –Students must be scheduled for and earn 2.5 credits per semester, 5.5 credits for the year.
Things to Consider What about “honors” grades? –P.S.E.O.P. course grades WILL be considered as “honors” classes only at the 200 level or above. All others will be treated as regular classes: A = 4.0, B = 3.0, etc.
Things to Consider Will the credit I earn through P.S.E.O.P. transfer to another university? –Most colleges in Ohio will accept credit earned through the P.S.E.O.P. program. Out of state colleges are not required to accept credits as P.S.E.O.P. is an Ohio program.
Things to Consider Can P.S.E.O.P. students take evening, weekend, or distance learning classes? –YES! This allows more flexibility in scheduling between Berea-Midpark High and the college. –BW does not allow P.S.E.O.P. students to take evening or weekend classes
Things to Consider What if I complete the course, but I receive an “F”? –The student/family will be billed for tuition and books. –You will have an “F” on your transcript
Things to Consider What if I do not complete the course because I don’t like it? –You will have one week from the first day of the P.S.E.O.P. class to determine if you wish to drop; after that time, you will be charged for tuition and books, and the withdrawal grade will be an “F”.
Post-Secondary Meeting Tri-C West Wednesday, March 19th 6 – 7:30pm Theater
ACT/SAT Test Dates ACT –April 12 th (BMHS); late fee deadline is March 21 st. –June 14 th ; deadline is May 9 th SAT –May 3 rd ; deadline is April 4 th –June 7 th ; deadline is May 9th
Thank you for attending! Please see any Berea-Midpark High counselor to have the Intent to Participate form signed. The Junior College Meeting will begin shortly.