TEAP-C Advising

TEAP-C Advising

Preparing Students for Admission

The Teacher Education Advisement and Partnership Center (TEAP-C) services focus on pre-admitted candidates in collaboration with advisors in the Undergraduate Student Success Center (USSC), who work with students between 0-30 credit hours. (After students earn 30 credit hours and are nearing the end of their sophomore academic year, collaboration shifts to the content specialists in the Department of Professional Education.) CSU Global/online students will be assigned online advisors from M.O.S.A.I.C in the Primary PK-5, Intervention Specialist, and Educational Studies degree areas. 

The goals of the TEAP-C advisement process are to:

    • Utilize intrusive and proactive advising to ensure that all students are advised efficiently and correctly.
    • Facilitate and monitor the admission process on an individualized basis.
    • Introduce students to online and face-to-face supplemental instruction in basic academic, disposition, and professional skills.
    • Disseminate accurate and timely admission and student development information to students, advisors, and faculty in the Department of Professional Education.
Renita Tolbert

To ensure that students meet all necessary requirements for admission into the Educator Preparation Program (EPP) and achieve their goal of becoming an educator, it is crucial to provide excellent customer service, communicate quickly, and build rapport.

Renita Tolbert
Program Manager, TEAP-C

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