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- AOTA Hill Day 2014
- Apply for FREE at Information Night
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- Back to School Shopping
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- City Center Stands Out in Salem
- Concert will put you in a “Merry Mood for Christmas”
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- Free Health Fair This Saturday at the Calcutta YMCA
- Get Prepped to Present Your Research - 10th Annual UGR
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- Horticulture Students Learn from Industry Experts
- Insurance Studies Preps for Gamma Iota Sigma Charter
- Kent’s Role in Cross-County Basketball Game
- Kent State Closed Dec. 24 - Jan. 1 for Holiday Break
- Kent State East Liverpool Celebrates the Naming of John J. Purinton Hall
- Kent State East Liverpool Holds Annual 100 Club Reception
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- New Club Focused on Healthy Bodies and Minds
- Nursing Department Volunteers at Health Fair
- Nursing Groups Forming at the East Liverpool Campus
- OTA Students Volunteer at Schizophrenia Walk
- Polar Express Party to be Held at East Liverpool Campus- Dec. 6
- President's and Dean's Lists Announced for Fall 2014
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- Radiology Students, Staff Support Charity Walk
- Rural Scholars Hold Summer Workshop
- Rural Scholars Learn at Waste Management Facility
- Rural Scholars mentors present Justice Talking
- Salem Earns Tree Campus USA Distinction
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- Salem Students Shine at Research Conference
- Serving it up on Fat Tuesday
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- Studying Insurance in Indianapolis
- Third Annual Asian Culture Fair Held at Kent State East Liverpool
- Welcome President Warren
- White House Representative Holds Discussion at Kent State East Liverpool
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- Kent Salem Hosting State Research Conference
Attend College While in High School!Posted Feb. 12, 2013
Interested in attending college while still in high school? PSEO is the answer!
Kent State at Ashtabula's Post-Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) Program is designed to provide qualified high school students with access to college level course work. College courses taken under the PSEO Program may also fulfill high school graduation requirements, if approved by the student's local school district.
Fall 2013 Applications are due June 1, 2013. Applications are available online.
Participation in the PSEO Program at Kent State Ashtabula is not intended to replace course work available at the high school, but rather to enhance the educational opportunities available to students while in high school.
In general, students seeking admission must demonstrate their academic preparation for the challenge of college study. Ideally applicants to the PSEO Program should have a cumulative high school grade point average of 3.0 or higher, a minimum ACT composite score of 23 and COMPASS scores that indicate college readiness. Students must also have a B average in the subject area in which they desire to enroll at the University.
Students who do not meet these criteria are eligible to apply for admission and will be evaluated for acceptance to the PSEO Program based on their high school curriculum, cumulative high school grade point average, ACT scores, and letters of recommendation.
Students must also participate in Kent State at Ashtabula's Post-Secondary Assessment and Information Session (PAIS) where the students will complete Kent State's COMPASS placement assessment in composition, mathematics and reading. Following the PAIS Program, a required personal interview will be scheduled. Students applying to the PSEO program will not have the option to re-take the COMPASS assessment.
For more information or to request an application packet, please call (440) 964-3322.