WHAT IS THE GPA REQUIREMENT FOR THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION?
To be considered for admission students are required to have at least an institutional, transfer, and overall GPA of 2.75. To remain in good standing and to graduate a GPA of 2.75 must be maintained each semester.
ARE C'S AND D'S ACCEPTED IN THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION?
In order to graduate from the College of Education, all teacher candidates must complete all coursework in the degree plan with a grade of “C” or better. Students pursuing Elementary Certification cannot have more than 5 “C”s in their subject content of the core.
WHAT IS THE REGISTRATION PROCESS?
After pre-advising meet with your advisor for assistance with course registration.
WHAT IS A REGISTRATION HOLD?
A hold prevents you from registration until action has been taken to solve the issue. Make sure to check Uconnect and contact your advisor for assistance.
UConnect -> Records & Registration -> View Holds
WHERE ARE THE COED ADVISORS LOCATED?
We are currently located in Pellegrino Hall 302
You can view the TAMIU map here. We are on the 4th floor of the Killam Building, on the administrative side.
HOW OFTEN DO I NEED TO SEE MY ADVISOR?
We recommend you to see your advisor at least at the beginning and mid semester.
You can make an appointment with your advisor using the buttons near the top of this page.
DO I NEED TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO SEE AN ADVISOR?
In order to ensure you are seen in a timely manner, scheduling an appointment might be the best option, nevertheless, we are always happy to assist walk-ins during our operation hours.
WHAT IS MY CLASSIFICATION?
Freshmen have 0 – 29 completed semester credit hours.
Sophomores have 30 – 59 completed semester credit hours.
Juniors have 60 – 89 completed semester credit hours.
Seniors have 90+ completed semester credit hours.
HOW DO I CHANGE MY MAJOR INTO OR OUT OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION?
Make sure to meet with a COED advisor to discuss admission and program requirements. The advisor will also be able assist you if any forms or documentation need to be submitted.
SECONDARY MAJORS: COAS Advising Center