COLLEGE IN THE SCHOOLS (CITS)
Concurrent enrollment provides high school students the opportunity to take college-credit courses in their local high school. The courses are taught by college-credentialed high school teachers, who work in collaboration with Hibbing Community College’s faculty. Students enrolled in the College in the Schools (CITS) program have the opportunity to receive a rigorous education, save tuition money, and earn college credit while remaining in a high school setting.
The college or university will make the final determination on a student's readiness based on college placement tests (or nationally-standardized test scores). Students must place at college-level to register for classes.
If you are interested in CITS, talk to your high school guidance counselor and college/ university admissions staff or go to Minnesota State Post-Secondary Enrollment Options. For more information on Hibbing Community College's CITS program, please see below.
What do I need to apply for CITS courses?
- PSEO/CITS Application Form (You do NOT need to pay the Application Fee)
- PSEO/CITS Application Instructions
- PSEO/CITS Frequently Asked Questions
- PSEO/CITS Authorization for Release of Information
- Department of Education Notice of Student Registration (this form must be completed each semester, please see three options for signature below)
- Include an official copy of your high school transcript.
- If you have previously attended another college or university you will be required to submit official transcripts from that institution.
- Submit all of these required documents to an HCC advisor or counselor.
What are the Important Deadlines?
The application deadline for fall semester is May 30th. The application deadline for spring semester is December 1st.
PSEO/CITS Zoom Informational Meeting
CITS Course Outlines
ALHE 1500 Introduction to Nursing
ALHE 1510 Health Care Core Curriculum
ALHE 1520 Nursing Assistant Skills Set
ALHE 1600 Medical Terminology
CHEM 1020 Introduction to Chemistry
ENGL 1065 Composition 1
ENGL 1090 Composition 2
ENGL 2120 English Literature 1700 to Present
ENGL 2220 American Literature 1865 to Present
HIST 1055 European History to 1789
HIST 1060 European History 1789 to Present
HIST 1250 U.S. History to 1877
HIST 1260 U.S. History 1877 to Present
MATH 1020 Advanced Algebra
MATH 1300 Trigonometry
MATH 2101 Calculus 1
PHYS 1010 Introduction to Physics
PHYS 1020 Introduction to Physics 2