Week of February 6, 2023
Welcome to week 3 of the semester!
Now that the semester is under way, some big deadlines are coming up. Please read this newsletter carefully so that you do not miss these important deadlines. Summer classes can now be seen in accesspoint in the “search for classes” tile. Summer and fall registration/advising dates can be found below as well.
Have a great week everyone!
Fall 2023 Student Teaching Applications due by 4:00pm Monday, February 6.
Just a friendly reminder to those planning on student teaching in the fall, you should have attended one of the mandatory student teaching meetings on Friday, January 27 and the deadline to apply is 4:00pm today.
GPA Exception Application Deadline – 4:00pm, Tuesday, February 7
If you do not meet the 2.60 cumulative GPA required to apply to the Professional Education Program
, but meet the Exception Policy
criteria on our website, you are eligible to apply for a GPA exception. NOTE: We cannot approve anyone who des not meet the requirements.
Professional Education Program Application Deadline – 4:00pm Wednesday, February 22, 2023
NOTE: Admission to the Program is required for a number of courses you must take and missing this deadline could extend your time in school.
The deadline to apply to the Professional Education Program for the spring 2023 semester is 4:00pm Wednesday, February 22. NOTE: a deadline is not the only day to turn in an application, it is the last day. Please do not wait until the deadline to apply as it takes time to process them all. Only completed applications will be accepted.
Applications are now being accepted in the School of Education Academic and Career Advising Center, 469 College of Professional Studies. Directions on applying have been emailed to everyone by Maggie Beeber and can be found in this Newsletter under Announcements and in your SOE Advising Guide as well as on our website
Remember, some majors and minors require additional items to be submitted to the Department of the major and the application and required criminal background check must be received by our office. For more information on additional requirements, see our website
Not sure if you should apply? Check out the requirements in your advising guide or our website
. If you have a graduation plan, you should check that. We can only accept applications from those who meet all requirements to apply. If you are still unsure, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
with your name, ID# majors/minors and ask if you should be applying to the program.
Registration Information for Summer 2023 and Fall 2023
- Schedule of classes/Shopping carts/Registration times
Now: Summer schedule is available in accesspoint under “search for classes.”
Monday, March 6: Fall schedule of classes, shopping carts go live and registration appt times set.
NOTE: When you open accesspoint, choose MY CLASSES and then look at your “registration dates.” Choose the term you want to see and you will your start date/time for your appointment. Do not scroll down to “open enrollment” as that is after everyone on campus registers. You do not want to register later than your assigned date and time or you may not get the courses you need.
Summer registration dates – note that this is happening AFTER Spring Break this year…not the week before.
Monday, March 27 @ 12:01 a.m. – Seniors (90 credits or more completed towards graduation)
Tuesday, March 28 @ 12:01 a.m. – Juniors (60 credits or more completed towards graduation)
Wednesday, March 29 @ 12:01 a.m. – Sophomores (30 credits or more completed towards graduation)
Thursday, March 30 @ 12:01 a.m. – Freshman (under 30 credits completed towards graduation)
Monday, April 3 – non degree seeking students
Fall Registration dates
Registration for Fall will begin in Week 12.
Beginning April 17: Seniors and priority registration students
April 19: Juniors
April 21: Sophomores
April 26: Freshman
Withdrawing and Adding Courses
Withdrawing or adding a 16 week course February 3-April 8 requires special permission
and withdrawals result in a "W" on your transcript, which does not affect your GPA. There is a Late Drop and Late Add form in your accesspoint FORMS tile and you must use this in order to accomplish this.
We highly recommend that all teaching intent students are involved in at least one student organization involved in teacher education each year. You will be invited to their meetings through this newsletter and some through your email as well. This is a great way to stand out among your peers when you are applying for jobs. Many students are involved every year they are in school and that is your competition! Most meet one hour per month.