New Admission Process Beginning Spring 2020!
If you have not been admitted to Teacher Education by Spring 2020, you will need to follow the NEW admission process. Please read below.
A non-refundable one time Education Program Fee of $150 will be charged to your student account after Admission of Candidacy is confirmed.
ALL admission criteria must be completed prior to attending a mandatory meeting.
Upcoming Mandatory Admission Meetings:
Attendance to a mandatory meeting is required for access to the Teacher Education Application.
Summer 2021 Admission:
These meetings will be held on WebEx. After RSVPing to our Engage Central event, we will verify your eligibility to the Teacher Education program and an e-mail with the meeting link will be sent out to those who meet the qualifications. E-mail confirmations will not be sent out until beginning May 1, 2021.
Fall 2021 Admission:
October 14, 2021 from 6:00 - 7:00pm or
October 15, 2021 from 11:00 - 12:00pm or
These meetings will be held on WebEx. After RSVPing to our Engage Central event (meeting links current unavailable), we will verify your eligibility to the Teacher Education program and an e-mail with the meeting link will be sent out to those who meet the qualifications. E-mail confirmations will not be sent out until beginning October 1, 2021.
Teacher Education Admission Criteria
- It is the responsibility of the Teacher Education candidate to ensure that all requirements and deadlines have been met.
COMPLETE EDU 107
Completion of EDU 107 - Introduction to Teaching (or approved equivalency), with a minimum grade of a B (3.0) or higher.
- HAVE 2.8 GPA
A minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.8. The GPA will be calculated on the student's cumulative CMU courses or at a regionally accredited institution.
- COMPLETE ENG 101/201
Completion of ENG 101 or ENG 201 (or one of it's approved equivalencies), with a minimum grade of "B-" (2.7) or higher.
HAVE SAT/ACT ON FILE
If you haven't already submitted scores to CMU for general admission, submit your most current SAT or ACT score to the CEHS Center for Student Services. A qualifying score is not required at this time.
- COMPLETE 30 CREDIT HOURS
Completion of a minimum of 30 semester hours of university credit, including transfer credit.
- DECLARE TEACHABLE MAJOR/MINORS
Declare teachable major(s) and/or minor(s) on B.S. in Ed or B.Mus.Ed. See Bulletin for required options. Faculty advisors are found on the "Declare Major/Minor" link on the right side menu.
- ATTEND MANDATORY MEETING
Once criteria are met, you must attend a meeting to apply to the program. Meetings are held three (3) times per year. Meeting dates are posted above, in EHS 421 and on electronic boards throughout the EHS building.
- **AFTER ADMISSION**
COMPLETE TEACHER BELIEFS SURVEY
Teacher candidates will receive information about completion of this requirement at the admission meeting.
ATTENTION Spring 2020 Teacher Education Admits:
For the protection of our students, faculty and staff the EHS Center for Student Services has made the decision to cancel all remaining Professional Skills Interviews for the Spring 2020 semester, effective March 18, 2020. Given this unique circumstance, your PSI requirement for admission to the program is waived and you will not need to complete an interview.
Please consider joining our virtual Professional Skills in Practice events that are open to all teacher candidates and will highlight various elements of the professional dispositions covered by the interview. For more information and the link to join the WebEx sessions, go to: https://bit.ly/38VP1z6.
Diversity Requirement: All candidates in the teacher education program at Central
Michigan University are expected to participate in learning situations and field experiences representing a wide range of diverse settings. To be recommended for certification, each candidate must complete their field experiences in such a way as to ensure that all the categories are met. More information here.