All students are required to meet with their advisor to create a program plan that fulfills the requirements for the certification and/or degree. It is the student's responsibility to meet and follow procedures as stipulated by the School of Education and the Graduate School.
Advising areas: Educational Administration & M.Ed. for Practicing Educators, with study options in Curriculum & Instruction (C&I), Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and Student Academic and Social Success (SASS), as well as, the Endorsement Tracks, Special Education and TELL
(253) 692-5698 email@example.com
Bachelor of Arts in Education and MEd Elementary and Secondary with Teacher Certification Programs
(253) 692-4437 firstname.lastname@example.org
Doctoral Program in Ed Leadership (EdD) and School Psychology Program (EdS) (note: Walker is the Enrollment and Student Services Lead who directly supervises academic advisors and is the main advising point person for the School)
(253) 692-4367 email@example.com
Students can also seek the advice of any faculty member as needed. Such informal advising is common and highly encouraged. The expertise of faculty should be sought to assist students with career choices or any other professional advice and decision-making.
Dr. Julia Aguirre: Bachelor of Arts in Education and Teacher Certification Programs (all tracks)
Dr. Laura Feuerborn: Education Specialist in School Psychology Program (EdS)
Dr. Matthew Weinstein: Master of Education for Practicing Educators (MEd)
Dr. Kurt Hatch: Educational Administration Certification Program
Mr. Tom Hathorn: Manager, Office of Field Placements & Partnerships (across all certification programs)