Congratulations on your acceptance!
We are thrilled to welcome you to the Postsecondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) Program at Concordia University, St. Paul!
ADMITTED PSEO STUDENTS: NEXT STEPS
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Submit this form to confirm your enrollment in the PSEO program.
Step 1: Connect with High School Counselor
Connect with your high school guidance counselor to determine the classes you need to fulfill your high school graduation requirements. It is the student’s responsibility to know course equivalencies between CSP and the high school.
Step 2: Review FAQs
Review the Class Registration FAQs below
Step 3: Contact CSP Advising
- PSEO students cannot self-register, you will need to contact our Academic Advising Office ([email protected]) once you’re ready to enroll.
Your CSP Network Account (CSP Email & Student Portal) will be created approximately one week after you are admitted. At that time, you will be emailed information to help you get access your accounts.
CSP Student Portal
CSP’s Student portal is used for class registration, completing Financial Aid steps, and much more! You will need the following credentials to get started (refer to your personal email, subject line: CSP Network Account Information for this information):
- Your username
- Your CSP ID number
- Your 18-digit temporary password, this is a combination of the following components, in this exact order:
- The last four digits of your CSP ID number
- Your four-digit birth year
- For Example: if your ID number was L00001234 and your birth year was 2000, your temporary password would be: 12342000#Concordia
Access CSP Email
Login using the same username and password used above for your CSP student portal.
- Important Note: Please complete the 2-Step Verification Steps when setting up your CSP Email.
You and your family are invited to join us this Summer for our Admitted Student Day event on Thursday, June 22! This is a great opportunity to meet other golden bears and ensure you feel prepared and ready to start classes this Fall.
Details and registration to follow.
Review this important information at your own pace before classes begin. Once you complete it, you can refer back to it anytime.
- View the PSEO Online Orientation
*Login to the orientation using your full CSP email address and password
- View the PSEO Online Orientation
Upon completion of your high school academic year, please ensure your official transcript is sent to Concordia by your high school to complete your admission file.
To be considered an official document, transcripts must be received in a sealed envelope from the school or through secured electronic delivery to [email protected]
before classes start
Each incoming student in the on campus PSEO program must submit a photo to Card Services to be used for their CSP ID.
- Learn more and submit your photo on the Card Services website
ID cards will be available for pickup at Card Services (Meyer Hall 124) during the first week of classes.
Note: If you are taking all your PSEO courses online, you will not receive or need a CSP ID card
Textbooks will be available for pickup at our Admitted Student Day Open House events and during the first week of classes.
NAVIGATING TO THE BOOKSTORE | CSP Map & Directions
- University address: 1282 Concordia Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55104
- Park in campus Lot B (free! no permit required)
*Lot B is located on Hamline Avenue, approximately 1 block south of Concordia Avenue
- Enter CSP at the Library Technology Center (east of Lot B)
- Turn left down the hallway past our Comet’s Café and Library, and you will see the CSP Bookstore main entrance
- Go past the main entrance, and turn left down the hallway
REMEMBER TO BRING:
- Your CSP ID number (i.e.: L00XXXXXX)
- Your CSP class schedule (printed copy or ability to pull it up on a device)
If you plan to park on campus or commute to your classes, you must register any vehicles with CSP Security.
To register your vehicle(s) online please go to our parking permit registration site.
Ensure you have the following information available:
- Your name, phone number and address
- Your student ID number
- Your vehicle make, model, VIN number and license plate
Once you register online, you can pickup your permit from our CSP Security office (Meyer Hall 124) during the first week of classes.
We know that most of you are new to CSP, and as you prepare for your first day of class, you may be wondering how you will navigate around campus. We want to help!
To view your class schedule:
CSP Student Portal Steps
- Login to CSPConnect
- Go to the Registration Card
- Click on View Student Schedule by Term
- Select current term
To find your classes on campus:
- Prior to the first day of classes your schedule will be updated with the classroom building code and room number your class will be held in
- Use this map to find your class locations
Need more help?
- CSP staff will be posted around campus on the first days to help guide anyone who needs assistance
- Feel free to stop by the Office of Admissions (LMC 100) or the Academic Advising Center (Luther 110) and we will be happy to help
Concordia participates in the College Pass program through the Twin Cities Metro Transit.
Bus passes cost $165 per semester and are valid for use on the following dates:
- Fall: August 15 – December 31
- Spring: January 1 – May 31
A Summer Semester College Pass costs $85 and is valid between June 1 – Aug. 14.
Passes can be purchased at our cashier window on campus once they become available.
- Cashier location: Administration Building (AD) 115
- Cashier phone: 651-641-8206
- Cashier hours: 8am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday
Determine the accommodations that may be available to you at Concordia by contacting Student Accessibility Services at [email protected].
Visit Concordia’s Student Accessibility Services webpage for more information.
It’s not too soon to plan ahead!
We know you’re in the midst of the college search process, and we hope you’re considering CSP! Because you’re enrolling in our PSEO program, you’re eligible for our CSP PSEO Scholarship, which awards $1,000 annually to PSEO alum in our traditional undergraduate program. And, the essay requirement is waived for you when applying to CSP!
Class Registration FAQ
PSEO students will be invited to register for classes via email.
Credit load can vary from 4-16 credits per semester. Typically, Juniors may take up to 12 credits per semester and Seniors may take up to 16 credits.
Primarily general education courses, a selection of elective, and major course offerings. Course levels must be in the 100 – 200 range. Additional approval is needed for any courses above the 200 level.
Excluded from PSEO: Religion courses, private music lessons, independent studies, summer courses, courses with required travel, work-study, DII athletic, sand upper-level courses (300-400).
- Open the CSP Course Catalog
- In the “Search by Term” field, select “Fall Semester 20XX”
- From here, you may customize your search as you wish:
- Subject field
- To search all subjects: Click on the first option (Accounting), scroll to the bottom of the list, and select the last subject (Theatre) while holding the “Shift” key
- To narrow your search by subject: Click on your subject of interest. To select multiple subjects, hold on the “Ctrl” key while selecting the areas of interest
- Schedule Type field
- PSEO students are eligible to take courses from the “Traditional Face-to-Face”, “Traditional On-Line” and “Continuing Studies On-Line” options
- Subject field
REMINDER: PSEO students can only take courses between 100 – 299 *The level is indicated before the title of the course
No. PSEO students are only eligible to register for fall and spring semester courses.
- The cost for all required textbooks is covered under the PSEO program. It also covers supplies that are required specifically for a class (ie: art supplies, film, etc.).
- Textbooks and materials provided to the student are the property of the postsecondary institution and must be returned by the student after the course has ended.
- The program does not cover general school supplies such as notebooks, pens, pencils, etc., or non-consumable supplies such as, instrument rental, uniforms, etc.
- Shipping costs will be the responsibility of the PSEO student.
According to MN Statutes section 124D.09 Subd. 20,
“All textbooks and equipment provided to a pupil and paid for under subdivision 13, are the property of the pupil’s postsecondary institution. Each pupil is required to return all textbooks and equipment to the postsecondary institution after the course has ended.”
Therefore, all PSEO textbooks and materials must be returned to the Concordia University Bookstore by the last day of Finals Week within the semester in which the books were used.
If a PSEO student fails to return textbooks and materials to the Bookstore by the end of Finals week, a hold will be placed on the student’s record. The student will not be able to purchase any additional books and materials for the following semester until a fee equal to 100% of the original purchase price is paid in full at the Business Office.
The Bookstore cannot accept textbooks and materials for return after the semester deadline.
Students who wish to participate in the PSEO program for subsequent semesters must complete and submit the “Post Secondary Enrollment Options Program Notice of Student Enrollment” Form (Form ED-01763-11) to the Academic Advising office each semester.
Please refer to our academic calendar for important dates throughout the academic year.
You will only need to take a math placement test if you plan to enroll in math courses. All other courses do not require a placement/accuplacer exam.
Please contact Admissions with any questions you have about enrollment. Email [email protected] or call 651-641-8230.