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Early Enrollment Program (EEP)

High school juniors and seniors may enroll in one regularly scheduled evening, Saturday, or online credit course per term on a seat available basis without any tuition charge. The early enrollment program may also be used during the summer terms following the sophomore and junior years for either one day, evening, Saturday or online course under the same conditions as the regular academic year Early Enrollment Program.

For more information, feel free to contact the PSEO office by phone at 740-374-8716 ext. 1411 or by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . An online EEP application can be found hereicon pdf

To participate in the program, students must observe the following guidelines.
  1. Students paying tuition will be given priority in the event that there are students waitlisted for the class. High school juniors and seniors will be required to pay the registration fee each term, purchase their own books and pay any applicable fees.

  2. The minimum enrollment in all courses will be met by other Washington State Community College students. The minimum number necessary to hold a class will not include high school juniors and seniors participating in this program.

  3. The high school junior or senior exemption applies only to courses controlled by Washington State.

  4. Participants must meet Ohio residency requirements.

  5. Students planning to enroll in English or math courses must take the COMPASS placement test.

  6. The Early Enrollment Program is not open to students admitted to the College through the Post Secondary Enrollment Option Program (PSEO) except for the summer term.

  7. Students who wish to earn high school credit through the Early Enrollment Program should contact their high school guidance counselor to make arrangements.

The Early Enrollment Program is designed to assist high school juniors and seniors who are Ohio residents in career exploration by allowing them to complete College classes while still in high school. Students interested in this option should contact the student services office to be advised of application requirements.

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