Formal Admission to Teacher Education - Undergraduate
Admission to Teacher Education is a process that confirms a teacher candidate’s intent to pursue teacher licensure at the University of Southern Indiana in an education major or minor program. Access to designated advanced education courses is restricted to teacher candidates who have been formally admitted to teacher education.
Applications must be submitted via the Tk20 Data Management System, usually during the first year, second semester. Information about Tk20 is available from your advisor or from the Teacher Education Office (ED 3114).
The following requirements must be met for admission to Teacher Education. For admission to Teacher Education, a candidate must:
*Note: To progress to student teaching, in addition to maintaining the requirements above, a teacher candidate must earn a 2.75 grade point average in his/her major and minor and earn a grade of C or higher in all courses in his/her degree program.