High School Supplemental Enrollment

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High school students who are not enrolled in the Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) program may still be eligible to register for courses at Century College through the supplemental enrollment process.

The supplemental enrollment process is for high school sophomore, juniors and seniors who are interested in registering for courses at Century College, but are either ineligible for the PSEO program, or are interested in taking summer courses.

Supplemental enrollment is not an open-enrollment program. Students must meet minimum criteria in order to be eligible and courses are offered on a space-available basis only.

Tuition and any other fees accrued are the sole responsibility of the student.

Eligibility Requirements

Seniors must be in the top 50% of their high school class; sophomore and juniors must be in the top 33%. Students that do not meet the class rank requirement, or come from a high school that does not rank its students (which includes home school and ALCs), may still be considered for the program through an appeal process that is described on page two of the application.

Enrollment Steps

  • Step 1 – Meet class rank requirements
  • Step 2 – Take the Century College assessment test
  • Step 3 – Complete and submit application materials with a $20 application fee to:
    Century College – Office of Admissions
    3300 Century Avenue North
    White Bear Lake, MN 55110
  • Step 4 – Register for classes during orientation

Application Deadlines

5 business days prior to the start of the semester (fall, spring, & summer)


Katy Melek
Admissions Advisor/PSEO