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High School Students

Adventure Awaits at CSU Pueblo

You have the opportunity to earn both college and high school credit while in high school through the Concurrent Enrollment Program (Formally the PSEO, Post Secondary Educational Options) courses taught on our campus and the Senior to Sophomore Program courses taught at your high school.

High School Programs

Under Colorado's Postsecondary Options Act, high school juniors and seniors may register for classes at Colorado State University Pueblo. Students must submit an application for admission approved by their high school counselor. In some cases, the high school district may pay for the student's tuition.

Senior-to-Sophomore Program

We also offer a Senior-to-Sophomore (STS) program by agreement with various high school districts. High school students in this program are afforded the opportunity to study in university-level courses while remaining in their high school classrooms.                                                    

Course Selection and Registration

The purpose of the Concurrent Enrollment Program is to supplement your educational opportunities by choosing classes that are NOT offered at the high school level.

  • Course selection may vary based on the school district's approval; upper-division courses are exempt.
  • Students are required to follow current catalog requirements and submit ACT, SAT, or Accuplacer scores for various courses, including English, math, and science.
  • After all required information is submitted to your high school counselor and approved by the school district, it is then submitted to CSU Pueblo.
  • Registration for Concurrent Enrollment classes is based on space availability. All students must register with the Concurrent Enrollment Coordinator. 
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Registration is Open

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Registration for both summer and fall courses is open for continuing students. Students can register for classes in self-service Banner or reference the following instructions and resources.

High School Programs

Penny Grinstead

Connie Miller

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