Martin Luther College participates in Minnesota’s Post-Secondary Enrollment Option program.
To enroll in the PSEO program at Martin Luther College the student must

  1. be a Minnesota resident,
  2. be high school senior with a 3.25 GPA or higher or a high school junior with a 3.5 GPA or higher,
  3. interview with MLC admissions office personnel or submit a written recommendation from either a high school teacher, guidance counselor, or principal.

In addition to academic requirements for admission, PSEO students are expected to have the maturity level necessary to meet college standards.   Students interested in the Post-Secondary Enrollment Option should consider the following before applying for enrollment.

  1. In addition to following the high school policies, students must adhere to policies, requirements, and standards of Martin Luther College as outlined in the student handbook and the undergraduate catalog.
  2. Students are responsible for their own transportation.
  3. Students are responsible for communicating with their parents.  The Federal Education Right to Privacy Act (FERPA) covers all PSEO students.   Martin Luther College will not discuss anything relating to a student’s academics with anyone (other than MLC offices and the student’s high school), including parents, without the student’s written consent.
  4. Students must seek help when needed.  Help can be provided by the professor and the Academic Success Center.
  5. Students should complete all assigned coursework whether or not it is graded.
  6. Students are expected to attend classes even when their high school may not be in session.  High school events are not considered excused absences from the college; this includes breaks, athletic events, music/drama performances, college visits, etc.

Interested high school students should contact the Admissions Office for information.