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Education: Current Students - Advising & Success Center

Welcome to the College of Education's Current Student Advising & Success Center

We are glad you have chosen education as your major or are considering a major in education. All students declaring education as their major are considered pre-education students and are advised in the Student Services Office until admitted to the College of Education.

Forms

We strive to make your interaction with the College of Education at Armstrong State University the best possible experience. The following forms (or links) are helpful resources to assist you during the application process and throughout your time at Armstrong. Some of the forms are needed by all candidates; other forms apply to specific areas of study within the College of Education.

Pre-Education Academic Advisement

Pre-Education Academic Advisement

All education students are required to meet with their academic advisor during the fall and spring registration periods. If you have questions about undergraduate program requirements or are a new student needing advisement, please contact your academic advisor, who will be happy to assist you. If you have a Bachelors degree and are interested in certification options please contact the Graduate Admissions Coordinator Greg Dziuban.

Helpful Hints

In addition to satisfying university admission requirements, applicants are reminded to complete all application requirements for the College of Education:

Admissions Forms (Undergraduate)

Pre-Education Core Worksheet Forms

Admission to Candidacy

In addition to satisfying university admission requirements, applicants are reminded to complete all application requirements for the College of Education:

Graduate Academic Advisement

Graduate Academic Advisemenet

After being accepted, graduate teacher candidates and other graduate students will be assigned an academic advisor who is a faculty member from their department. Prior to acceptance, advisement will be done by Greg Dziuban, Graduate Admissions Coordinator.

Admissions Forms (Graduate)

In addition to satisfying university admission requirements, applicants are reminded to complete all application requirements for the College of Education:

Post-Baccalaureate (Post-Bac) 112K
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
Advanced Certification: Master of Education (MED)/Endorsements

Appeals
Faculty Forms
General Forms
edTPA
Helping You Pay

We encourage you to learn more about scholarships, grants and financial aid at Armstrong and take advantage of all opportunities that exist.

Please contact us if you have any questions about these forms or any of our programs.

Educator Resources

Lesson Plans
Teaching Resources
Technology
Interactive White Board
Mathematics
High School Resources
Middle School Resources
Other Useful Links

Professional Links

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