Students can come here for tutoring and study groups, as well as learning about time management and study skills. Services are free, and appointments aren’t necessary.
The CEP Director functions as an advisor for all CEP students, and can help them with any questions they may have about CEP or pre-college in general.
Offers one-on-one tutoring and other assistance to help any student at any stage of their work on a paper. Getting help at the Writing Center is free, no appointment necessary.
CEP Day on Campus Field Trips
PNW is proud to host CEP students on campus. These field trips, called “CEP Day on Campus”, are scheduled through the school administration. A typical day involves meeting with PNW Faculty, staff and students and sitting in a PNW undergrad class with other PNW students to get a feel for a college course. All groups are given a campus tour and an admissions presentation. The CEP Day on Campus can be tailored to include a visit to the Cadaver Lab, a Chemistry Lab, the International Language lab, a presentation from a PNW reference librarian to show how to use the online databases, etc.
1.What happens if I don’t pay by the deadline?
Answer: If full payment is not received by the deadline, you will be dropped from the college credit portion of the class. This could affect your Academic Honors Diploma. Once dropped, a student cannot be re-registered (even if payment is made after the deadline). No exceptions.
2. How will I be billed?
Answer: You will be billed twice each academic year, through both the mail and online — once in the fall, and again in the spring.
3. How do I get my transcript?
Answer: Contact CEP staff member, Tracey Radtke, to request either electronic instructions for requesting via your myPNW account or a paper form. Transcripts are free of charge. Transcripts will not be sent without you ordering them first.
4. Where can I find out which classes transfer where?
Answer: Either by calling us, checking online at www.transferIN.net or by calling the out-of-state/private college you’re interested in.
5. Is grading similar to that of Advanced Placement (AP)?
Answer: No, with Concurrent Enrollment from PNW you are graded like a regular high school class and the final grade is submitted to PNW by your high school instructor.
6. Do I need to apply after high school graduation?
Answer: You may have earned multiple college credits in high school through PNW; however, all graduating seniors must still apply as a “first time college student.”