☰ In This Section

Get a head start on your college degree!

Through Bethel’s PSEO and dual enrollment programs, you can experience life in the Bethel community and get a jump start on your college degree—all while completing your high school credit requirements. Our online and on-campus program options make this opportunity accessible to you wherever you live.

How to Apply for PSEO How to Apply for Dual Enrollment

Application Deadlines

Fall Term 2022 

Students with a high school graduation year of 2023 or 2024 are eligible for early college for fall 2022. 

Early Admission Deadline: March 1
March 1: Completed application deadline 
March 15: Admissions decisions mailed

Regular Admission Deadline: May 1
May 1: Completed application deadline
May 15: Admissions decisions mailed
June 1: Deadline for students to confirm enrollment

How does Early College work?

Get ahead on your college degree

PSEO and dual enrollment students can enroll in most classes at Bethel, giving you the flexibility to work on general education credits and a college major all in your final years of high school. Residents of Minnesota should apply for PSEO, while those who live outside of Minnesota should apply for dual enrollment

Fulfill your high school requirements

Choose from a number of courses that commonly fulfill high school graduation requirements. Learn more about the courses we offer to give you a good starting place when working out graduation requirements with your high school counselor.

Experience life at Bethel

It’s just like college, because it is! Choose from online and face to face course options, and if you’re over 17 years old (on or before move-in day in August) you can live in Bethel housing with another early college student. (Families are responsible for financing room and board.)

It is the policy of Bethel not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, gender, or disability.