REMINDER: Fall Semester will begin August 26, 2013.
New Policy: Private High Schools must complete the Advising Form for each student
Ms Beverly Walker, Director of Admission, Enrollment Services and Retention, 419.755.4786 for Application Processing, Eligibility Requirements & Acceptance.
High school students interested in the PSEOP program must attend a 'PSEOP Night', the information session with your guidance counselor at their high school or career center.
Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program(PSEOP)
PSEOP Option A
PSEOP Frequently Asked Questions:
Yes, but NOT as a PSEOP student. If you are wanting to enroll in summer classes, you will need to complete the steps for 'Concurrent Enrollment'. Payment will be required.
Once enrolled at the college, the student must maintain a college grade point average of a 2.0 or higher.
If you are taking courses at NCSC for high school credit, you MUST check with your guidance counselor to see how your high school will award credit for PSEOP classes. It will differ for each high school. Your guidance counselor MUST made this determination prior to registration at NCSC for PSEOP.
There are a list of classes you are NOT permitted to take as a PSEOP student, they include:
Prefix PTA, ADN, PNR, RAD, RES, OTA. Developmental Accounting, Math, Chemistry, Reading, or Writing. PSY260, CRJ160, CRJ171 and CRJ200 level classes. Practicums, seminars, internships, and academy classes. Please refer to cover of application for complete listing. Additional classes may be added without prior notice.
An 'Advising Form' must be completed by your guidance counselor before you will be allowed to register classes.
A class schedule for your quarter of interest will be available upto 6 weeks before the start of classes. The class schedule is available online. You are permitted to take evening classes and/or online classes. When it is time to register for classes, tell the advisor that you are interested.
Books and other materials REQUIRED to complete the course are free to PSEOP students. Students will purchase books at the campus bookstore using a voucher. A letter with detailed information on how and when to get your books will be mailed to you before the quarter begins. Books MUST be handed in to the CASHIER at the end of the quarter!
YES! Your high school and NCSC do not follow the same academic calendar. Just like different high schools have different days off, so does the college. A college academic calendar is available online and on-campus. The calendar shows all the important dates and scheduled days of no classes.
The college will rarely close due to weather. Any unscheduled closings due to unforeseen events will be reported on local TV, radio stations or wmfd.com
The campus has 24 hour security. Further information about Security and campus safety is available online.
The Student Success Center is available to assist you or direct you whatever your troubles. This should be your first stop for help. If you are in need of tutoring don't wait, a large tutoring center is available on campus.
Completing a class with a failing grade will have an IMPACT in different ways. If you are struggling with the material in a class, be sure to talk to both the Student Success Center at NCSC and your high school guidance counselor immediately. It is highly recommended you review the ODE information for PSEOP.
YES. In order to use some of the facilities on campus you will need a student id. You will be issued a 'validation sticker' from the CASHIER and with photo id will go to the Campus Recreation Center (CRC) to obtain your id. Id's can be used for discounts at participating local stores and restaurants, and free RCT.
Even though you have been attending NCSC as a PSEOP student, you must now complete the 'online application' to attend as a standard student, and call the Admissions Office 419-755-4761 to meet with an Admissions Representative. We recommend you start this process no later than May 1st of your senior year. Remember to apply for the 'HS Scholarship' the deadline is in March!!!
YES! Further information is available under Transfer Options
According to the Ohio Department of Education a home schooled student must enroll in a traditional public school, a community school, or chartered or non-chartered nonpublic school, and the student would be subject to all the same requirements placed on other students at that school. See ODE website for more information.
PSEOP Option A: This option allows the student to receive ONLY college credit. In this option, college credit (incl. tuition, fees, and all other costs related to the program) is funded entirely by the student or the student's parent.
PSEOP Option B: This option allows the student to receive BOTH high school and college credit. The cost (incl. tuition, fees, and all other cost directly related to the program) is funded by the state and the student's home school.
Final grades will be posted online through MyNC. By completing the PSEOP Application for Admission you have permitted your parents, the high school, and the Ohio Department of Education access to information regarding enrollment, course attendance and grades while enrolled as PSEOP.
By completing the PSEOP Application for Admission you have permitted your parents, the high school. and the Ohio Department of Education access to information regarding enrollment, course attendance and grades will enrolled as PSEOP.