The first stop for any undergraduate student considering a career in education is the Office of Student Services. Our advisors provide academic advising for prospective students, pre-education and education major students, and post-baccalaureate students. We also provide information on applying to our teacher preparation program, degree and certification requirements, and finding a teaching position.
If you are interested in declaring an education major, your first step is to complete the Online General Information Session, which will give you a program overview. After completing the session, call our receptionist at 621-7865 to schedule an advising appointment.
Students who are in the College of Education as pre-education majors or as majors can call Student Services at 621-7865 or stop by the Student Services desk in room 247 (on the ground floor at the west end of the College of Education building) to make an appointment with an advisor. Appointments are generally available on a first-come, first-served basis; however, advising is limited during priority advising weeks to students in the priority groups. Bring your Advisement Report, plan of study, unofficial transcripts, and any other pertinent papers to the appointment. Students are assigned an advisor based on the first letter of their last name. Current advisor assignments can be found here.
Student Services offers walk-in advising during Fall and Spring semesters Monday through Thursday from 9:00 - 10:00 and 1:00 - 2:00. You may see any advisor who is on duty that day (not necessarily your assigned advisor).