College of Education Admissions/Advising

 Admission to the College of Education 

All Education students must apply to the College of Education and be accepted before they are able to take courses in the major.

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Meet the Undergraduate Advising Office

Advising Drop-In Schedule

Advising Appointments

Throughout the semester we offer multiple appointment options: Phone, In-person and Virtual (Microsoft Teams or Zoom)

Walk-In Appointment Schedule: Monday - Friday, 9:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.

Location: Merwin Hall, 2nd Floor or call (239) 590-7778 for assistance.

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George Williams

George Williams,

Director, COE Advising

Camilla Blakely

Camilla Blakely,

Student Success Counselor


Gregory Templeton

Gregory Templeton,

Senior Student Success Counselor


Terroncia Fryson Simon

Contact Us

Prospective and current undergraduate students, our office is here to answer your questions. 

Terroncia Simon, Administrative Specialist


Call: 239-590-7778

The undergraduate advising department in the College of Education welcomes our education majors. The department consists of experienced advisors who approach students with their best interest in mind. Together as a team with the student, advisors will support and guide students to a successful graduation in a timely manner.

The College of Education offers students’ academic advising, test preparation for state mandated exams, and personal support.  The College of Education advisors care for each, and every, student, and are committed to assuring each student experiences a self-confident progressive path towards a successful graduation. Also, advisors are able to refer students to other university resources in an effort to support the students’ overall well-being and academic achievement. The advisors work pro-actively with each student and are available throughout the calendar year. This provides students with support and encouragement during their time as an education major. We advise that you schedule an appointment with your advisor at least once a semester.  

Graduate Advising Program Leaders

Traditional courses are offered in a 15-week delivery method. Online Accelerate courses are offered in an accelerated, seven-week delivery method completely online; courses are offered in an asynchronous format. 

Below you will find all advising help from undergraduate, to post-master's, and non-degree seeking students within the College of Education.

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