Connect to College (C2C)
The Minnesota State College Southeast Concurrent Enrollment program (C2C) provides high school students the unique opportunity to earn college credits through freshmen-level courses taught in the high school by credentialed high school instructors mentored by college faculty.
C2C is one form of Post-Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO) as established by the Minnesota Legislature and governed by the Minnesota State Board Policies and MSC Southeast.
Through a contract between participating high schools and the college, schools pay a flat fee of $3,000 per course directly to MSC Southeast. There is no cost to high school students to participate.
Minnesota State College Southeast is a member of the Minnesota Concurrent Enrollment Partnership (MnCEP) and the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP).
Are you eligible for C2C classes?
Check the PSEO/C2C Program Student Eligibility page to see if you meet the requirements to participate in C2C.
Jeannie Meidlinger, Director of Secondary Relations
PSEO/Concurrent program liaison
Melissa Carrington-Irwin, Dean of Students
C2C Academic Support Advisor
Holly Daley, Registrar
C2C Transcripts and Grade Reports
Chad Dull, Vice President of Academics
C2C Program Administrator