Academic advising is integral to fulfilling the teaching and learning mission of the College of Education. Through academic advising students learn to become members of the university community, think critically about their roles and responsibilities as students, and be prepared to be educated citizens of a democratic society and a global community.
Students and academic advisors assume shared responsibility in the advising process. The ultimate responsibility for making decisions about educational plans and life goals rests with the student. Advisors in the College of Education provide a host of services including information about program options and requirements and assist with short and long-term academic plans. The College encourages all majors to maintain regular contact with their academic advisor.
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Students completing an undergraduate program in Elementary Education, Middle Grades Education, Secondary Education, Special Education, Speech-Language Pathology, or Library Science should contact the College of Education Office of Student Services in Roskens Hall 204. Advisors see students by appointment during regularly scheduled office hours. Current students may schedule advising appointments by e-mailing the office at: firstname.lastname@example.org. (Be sure to give your full name and several days/times you have available for a half hour meeting.)
Teacher Education Academic Advisors
Students completing a program in Exercise Science, Athletic Training, Community Health, Public Health or Recreational Administration should call (402) 554-2670 to make an appointment.
Students completing a program in Educational Interpreting should contact Julie Delkamiller at email@example.com.