The School of Education Peer Advising Office is
designed to assist freshmen and sophomore students majoring in Early
Childhood, Elementary, and Exceptional Education, prior to their
admission into the Professional Education Program. Peer Advisors in the
School of Education are upper-class students who have been admitted into
the Professional Education Program and have been trained by professional
advisors to meet the needs of our "pre-education" students.
Peer Advisors meet with students each semester to discuss students'
course of study for the upcoming semester. To schedule an appointment
with a Peer Advisor, please see the Peer Advising Appointment
Availability, outside of 453 College of Professional Studies.
After seeing a peer advisor, students are also welcome to meet with
an advisor in the SOE Advising, Recruitment & Retention Office during
Open Advising or by calling for an appointment. We also encourage
students who have chosen their majors and minors to meet with an advisor
to set up a graduation plan.