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Summer Enrollment

Want to Earn College Credits During the Summer?

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The Summer High School Enrollment Program (SHEP) at Normandale lets you earn college credit during the summer.

High school students entering the 10th, 11th and 12th grades can earn credits when Post Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO) and concurrent enrollment funding is not available.

Summer session classes are accelerated: you’ll cover 15 weeks of curriculum in 5-7 weeks during the summer. Students spend much more time in class each day, and you will need to plan for study time.

Tuition, fees, and books are the student's responsibility. The Minnesota Department of Education does not fund these courses. Financial aid is not available. Some summer session classes may begin before your high school's term has ended. Students are expected to attend classes at the college.

How Do I Apply?

Contact the Normandale Admissions Office at 952-358-8208. Current Normandale PSEO students who want to take summer classes can proceed with registration and do not need to apply in advance.

Please complete these application materials and return them by email (as PDF attachments):

You will be notified of your admission status by email at the address from which you applied.

Additional Requirements

Fall and Spring Options for High School Students

Post-Secondary Enrollment Option

Qualified high school students can take on-campus or online college courses through the state's PSEO program.

See PSEO Program Details

Concurrent Enrollment

Take Normandale classes offered at your high school, earning both high school and college credits at the same time.

Find Concurrent Enrollment Details


Admissions - PSEO Office

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