Senior to Sophomore (S2S)


Student Resources

S2S is St. Cloud State University's concurrent enrollment program for high school students and is an alternative to the on-campus Post-Secondary Enrollment Option Program (PSEO).  

Application and registration

To participate in the Senior to Sophomore program you first must be admitted as a St. Cloud State University student. After completing an online application, a determination of eligibility will be made with high school records. Juniors must be in the top one-third of their class and seniors in the top one-half. 

Once admitted, you will need to activate your Star ID using the email address you used to apply.

Then you'll register online for the course(s) you will take.

Our tutorials show step-by-step instructions for completing applications, registration and managing your Star ID. 

Our Student and Parent Handbook explains grading, academic policies, dropping or withdrawing from classes and transcripts.

Key student services

  • Email. Use your StarID to access your account.
  • IT Services. Your Star ID and password also will allow St. Cloud State network access from home or campus. Miller Center Library computers provide direct access.
  • Miller Center's Library. A library barcode, available from Amber Schultz, allows checkout of books, publications and study tools and access to studies, databases and other materials. We ask students to activate their Star IDs before an in-person or online Miller Center visit.
    1. Students and faculty have access to all online databases and electronic journals on and off campus from any computer with Internet access. Questions: HuskyTech, 320-308-7000 
    2. You can access the library catalog and databases through the homepage.
    3. Information on general resources is in the S2S Program Course Guide.
    4. Library assistance is available 24/7 at Ask A Librarian
    5. You may check out books for 4 weeks and are limited to 25 items with one renewal for books. 
    6. Fines are $1/day for late materials. Users pay the replacement cost plus a $10 processing fee for unreturned materials.
  • Campus visits. We encourage at least one arranged by the course's teacher. We suggest it include a library orientation session.
  • Advising & Student Transitions, Centennial Hall, Room 210, 320-308-6075. Academic advising is available on general education situations, program options and course selection.
  • Course evaluation survey.