Satisfactory/Not Satisfactory Grading information

April 1, 2020

College of Education Message Regarding Satisfactory/Not Satisfactory (S/NS) Grading All eligible Michigan State University students may request to have their grades recorded in a binary grading system of Satisfactory/Not Satisfactory (S/NS) for each eligible course in which they are enrolled during the Spring 2020 semester.   Students taking courses in the Kinesiology, Elementary Education, and Special… Read More »

The MSU Spring Career is back on…virtually

March 31, 2020

MSU’s VIRTUAL Spring Career Fair will be held over two days: April 23rd and 24th, 2020. Just because we’re not meeting in person doesn’t mean that we can’t use this event to connect with more than 200 employers seeking to hire MSU students for full-time, part-time, and (non-teaching) internship positions. The virtual platform used for… Read More »

A message to current teacher prep interns:

March 27, 2020

Dear Interns, The College of Education has been in contact with the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) which certifies and licenses teachers in Michigan.  The faculty and staff are working to ensure interns completing the teacher preparation program this semester will not have problems being certified to teach due to the closure of K-12 schools. … Read More »

Scholarship Opportunity

March 25, 2020
Scholarship Opportunity

Dear Dean of the School of Education:            The Pearls of Service Foundation, Incorporated, the fundraising arm of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® Pi Tau Omega Chapter, would like to invite the Juniors enrolled in the College of Education to apply for the Anglin/Birks Scholarship. We strive to serve our community and seek to identify deserving… Read More »

Counseling & Psychiatric (CAPS) update!

March 17, 2020

Counseling & Psychiatric Services (CAPS) Beginning March 17, as a COVID-19 preventive measure, CAPS offices at Olin Health Center, MSU Student Union, and the Neighborhoods will be closed. CAPS counseling and psychiatry staff will work remotely to help meet the needs of MSU students. Established patients with scheduled appointments will be offered phone or Zoom… Read More »

Express/Walk-in Advising update!

March 11, 2020

The College of Education makes the health and welfare of our students our top priority.  For that reason, we have elected to suspend Express/Walk-in Advising until further notice.  Academic advisors will continue to meet with students one-on-one through in-person scheduled appointments and are also willing to hold phone or zoom appointments during this time.  To… Read More »

Cancelled – Spring Career Fair – Now “Touch Free”

March 10, 2020

EVENT CANCELLED: Michigan State University has recently issued a directive to support public health and wellness of all students, faculty, staff, and visitors that includes limiting non-essential events for large groups. Given this new information and Michigan’s current state of emergency, we regret to inform you we have cancelled the Spring Career Fair scheduled for… Read More »

Professional Development Trip for Juniors and Seniors

February 26, 2020

Join TPP for a fun-filled day of professional networking and learning about future teaching opportunities in Midland, Michigan and the surrounding areas. Transportation and lunch provided. Not interested in working in Mid-Michigan? That’s OK! Use this trip as a way to practice: Talking about your skills and experiences as a future teacher Networking with school… Read More »

International Scholars Program

February 20, 2020
International Scholars Program

The Office of International Studies in Education is excited to announce a new program available for teacher candidates beginning next year. The Larry W. and Arlene M. Reeves International Scholars Program: Eligible students: Any MSU student admitted to the teacher preparation program in elementary, secondary, or special education as of fall 2020 is eligible to… Read More »

Student Leadership Positions in the College of Education

February 19, 2020

Want to improve the student experience in the College of Education?  Do you have thoughts, ideas, and/or suggestions on ways to enhance the College of Education for you and your peers?  Here is your chance!!  Join the Student Advisory Committee and advise and consult with the Dean on matters concerning student welfare.  This is your… Read More »