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It is the responsibility of the student to contact his/her advisor. All advisors are available via email.
If your advisor is not available due to a long sick leave, contact the dept. secretary, Mrs. Therese Richardson, at 203 837 8510
If your advisor Is unavailable to answer your question(s), you may be referred to see another advisor.
Advisors can be changed based on individual circumstances. It is advisable to see the department secretary or the chairperson of the dept. to complete the required forms.
Your advisor is assigned to you when you are admitted as a first year student or when you first meet with the department chairperson as a transfer student. If you have forgotten your advisor's name, you may call the registrar at 203 837-9202 or look up your advisor in Banner.
A faculty member in the department of Education and Educational Psychology or the department chairperson.
This is not advisable due to the schedule constraints of the professional semester.
Students are allowed 18 credits before requesting permission for an overload.
WCSU currently has a special education program on the graduate level only.
Undergraduates may not enroll in graduate education classes.
Yes. There is a permission form that you must complete from WestConn prior to taking the course. There is a limit to the number of credits that you can take from other universities.
It depends on the enrollment requirements at that university.
Students are required to have a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher to enter and continue as an Education major. Candidates must attain a GPA of 3.0 by their senior year to enter the professional program.
During the fall of your junior year, you must contact Richard Leprine and complete forms requesting a placement for Residency.
During the Professional Semester you must contact Dr. Jean Evans Dávila and complete forms requesting a placement for student teaching.