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CLINICAL TEACHING

(FORMERLY STUDENT TEACHING)

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APPLYING TO THE EDUCATOR PREPARATION PROGRAM (EPP)

Apply to Educator Preparation by logging into mySFA then >Academics Tab >Apply to Educator Certification

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO EDUCATOR PREPARATION [pdf]

You MUST have declared the correct concentration that coincides with your major for your certification (this is done through your advisor)

You MUST have submitted your test scores to edcertfield@sfasu.edu

DEADLINES TO APPLY THE THE EDUCATOR PREPARATION PROGRAM (EPP):
FOR FALL ADMISSION, YOU MAY APPLY UP TO, BUT NO LATER THAN AUGUST 25
FOR SPRING ADMISSION, YOU MAY APPLY UP TO, BUT NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 25
FOR SUMMER ADMISSION, YOU MAY APPLY UP TO, BUT NO LATER THAN MAY 25

Please call 936-468-1275 or email edcertfield@sfasu.edu for information, questions or concerns.

Forms

This form is to be utilized by Students who are on Academic Suspension and wish to be considered for reinstatement during the Fall or Spring semester. If on Academic Probation, you must contact your Student Success Advisor to determine a plan of action for the upcoming semester.  If placed on Probation, Continued Probation or Suspension, it is your responsibility to communicate this with your Student Success Advisor.
This form is to be submitted if you believe you have met the requirements to be exempt from Student Teaching. You must submit your application with proof of receiving Educational Aide funds and proof of having successfully used delegated funds (and having successfully completed) for such noted semester.
It is extremely rare for an appeal to be granted for a candidate to begin student teaching without a passing score on file for the certification content exam. This is to protect the candidate, as all candidates who do not pass the content exam prior to completing the student teaching semester are dropped from student teaching, forfeiting the time invested prior to being dropped, and placing the candidate in jeopardy of being removed from the university should the scores come in past the set date to register for any other classes that semester. In no circumstances are test scores accepted AFTER the registration deadline for the next upcoming student teaching semester. This is to protect the candidate from missing a second opportunity at student teaching.
When instructed by delegated Academic Advisor, student will submit this form to request a degree plan. You may request a degree plan beginning at 45 completed hours.
This form is to be submitted to the Graduate Program Coordinator, or a Certification based Graduate Level Program.