The Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program (PSEOP) at Cleveland State University is designed to provide qualified high school students with the opportunity to gain valuable college life experience and earn credit while supplementing their high school college preparatory curriculum. Cleveland State University has found that motivated and dedicated high school students who participate in this program profit immensely from the opportunity to interact with college students, faculty and staff, and experience first-hand the benefits and advantages of a metropolitan university. PSEOP is intended to complement rather than replace the high school preparatory curriculum. Students who qualify for the program may enroll in college courses under one of the two options.
- Option A: The student takes courses for college credit only and is responsible for payment of all tuition, books and fees.
- Option B: The student takes courses for college and high school graduate credit. Tuition, books and fees are paid through Ohio Department of Education funds.