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Student Success Center Presentation - College of Education
Charles Craigon 11 May 2015
Transcript of Student Success Center Presentation - College of Education
College of Education Majors
CFS: Child and Family Studies
Early Childhood / Special Ed
MDS: Multidisciplinary Studies
Elementary Ed. (K-6)
Middle School (4-8)
English as a Second Language (ESL K-12)
SEED: Secondary Education
Foreign Languages (French, German, Spanish)
Science (Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences,
Social Studies (Economics, Geography, History,
Speech and Theatre
SPED: Special Education
EXPW: Exercise Science, Phys. Ed. & Wellness
Coaching & Sports
Fitness & Wellness
Recreation & Leisure Management
Getting From Here...
Teacher Education Program - From here, it will take two years to graduate. There is no way to "jump ahead" and graduate early at this point.
SEED majors will take intensive courses in their content area (English, science, math, social studies, etc.....)
Freshman and Sophomore Years:
General Education Courses
FOED 2011 and 1822 (Minimum
grade of "B" is required)
Residency I - Fall Only, Pre-requisite of Residency II (Minimum grade of "B" is required)
Residency II - Spring Only (Minimum grade of "B" is required)
You Can Find Us...
College of Education Student Success Center
T.J. Farr Building, room 202
Telephone: 931-372-6036 or 1-800-241-3896
P.O. Box 5162
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Music: Instrumental / General Music (K-12) Licensure
Music: Vocal / General Music (K-12) Licensure
Music Business Option
Art (Fine Arts)
Art Education (K-12) Licensure
Design Concentration, Digital Media Emphasis
Welcome to the College of
Education Student Success
Meet the College of Education
Student Success Center Staff!
Advisor (SEED, MDS/ESL)
Advisor (MDSM, SPED,
2+2 at Pellissippi St. and Roane St.)
Advisor (Music, 2+2 at Chattanooga St. and Motlow St.)
Advisor (EXPW/FW, EXPW/CSA, EXPW/RL)
FARR 302H, RM D
Admin. Associate 3 (General Questions, Scholarships)
Advisor (EXPW/Pre-OT, EXPW/Pre-PT)
FARR 302H, RM E
Advisor (MDSE - Last Name A-S)
Advisor (Art, MDSE - Last Name T-Z)
The mission of TTU's College of Education Student Success Center is to provide current and prospective undergraduate students with academic advisement that is accurate, consistent, and timely through collaborative relationships with professional academic advisors. Students are encouraged and supported as they build the skills necessary to develop meaningful educational plans, access university resources and opportunities, and take responsibility for their own development and success in a manner compatible with their life and career goals. This mission directly correlates to TTU's Flight Plan to improve the undergraduate student experience through building relationships and culture. The College of Education Student Success Center reports directly to the office of the Assistant Dean.
What Else Do We Do?
227 New College of Ed Freshmen through SOAR in 2014!
Assistant Dean (Director of COEd Student Success Center)
Advisor (EXPW/Lic., CFS, 2+2 at Motlow St. and Roane St.)
FARR 202 D
Approximate Total # of Advisees: 1,700 (200-240 Students per Advisor)
When do we advise?
January 14, 2015
All Throughout the Year!
Our Busiest Advising Times:
September through November
February through April
***We do much more than simply help students with course selection and registration!
A "Typical" Day in the Life of an Academic Advisor.....
Respond to Emails
Meet with Students
Documentation, Notes, Subs
Identify At-Risk Students
Serve on Committees
Work on Grants
Updating Master List
Process Permit Requests
Work with Dept. Chair
Service Learning Projects
Contact New Admits
Advocate for Students
Early Alert Form: