Student Success and Advising Center


Poe Hall 505
Mondays - Fridays 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
(919) 515-0595
ced_ssac@ncsu.edu

The Student Success and Advising Center is all about student achievement, quality academic advising, and meaningful involvement. We realize that transitioning from high school to college or transferring between colleges can be difficult, so we are here to help. College life brings with it new experiences as well as new demands for students, so having someone in your corner can make all the difference. We are primarily an advising center for freshmen and sophomore students, but also serve as a resource for all College of Education students by offering services and programming such as student success workshops, student engagement opportunities, and leadership development opportunities.

Advising is an ongoing process between advisor and advisee which allows students to reflect on their interests, abilities, and values in order to develop a plan of study – both in and out of the classroom – which maximizes their potential. Advisors are trained professionals who can supply you with invaluable information about majors, courses, careers, requirements, policies, social life, academic support and transition issues. In other words, your advisor is a one stop shop for your college-related questions and concerns.

 

Transfer Application Process



Course enrollment for Summer and Fall 2014 terms opens MARCH 20th! Watch your email for contact from your advisor!

 



NEW EVENT: Thursday, April 24th, 12:15pm, Poe 106: TDE Open House (see below from Joe Busby, came today)

The College of Education's Technology, Engineering, and Design (TDE) Department invites you to attend an Open House on Thursday, April 24th from 12:15pm to 1:30pm at Poe Hall in Room 106. 

The Open House will feature courses offered for students in this major as well as student demonstrations and testimonies from individuals who feel significantly more successful pursuing a major in TDE than any other major.Our graduates do several different things but most important, we make a difference in the lives of others. 

 

To RSVP for this event, please go to the following link: https://docs.google.com/a/ncsu.edu/forms/d/1XKTXWRMOjDZqdFii_QrRCHbYs1Bq93fozsivXcZHrgU/viewform 

We look forward to seeing you at the Open House on April 24th!




NOTICE FOR ADVENTUROUS RISING SENIORS,

GRADUATE STUDENTS, AND NC STATE ALUMNI

 FULBRIGHT INFORMATION SESSION

DANIELS 434 THURSDAY, MARCH 27 5:00PM-6:00PM

 

...WHO WOULD BE INTERESTED IN SPENDING THE 2015-2016 YEAR ABROAD,

FULLY FUNDED.

The Fulbright program, sponsored by the U.S. State Department, was established in 1946 to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries. This program provides US students funding to pursue research projects or to teach English in countries all over. Must be a U.S. citizen. All majors are eligible, but each country outlines priority and/or restricted fields of study. Open to graduating seniors, recent graduates and Masters/PhD students.  Language proficiency varies depending on the host country. Number and Amount: Over 1500 awards to U.S. students annually. Funds most expenses associated with tenure abroad (round-trip transportation, maintenance for the academic year, book and research allowances, health insurance, full or partial tuition (if enrolled at a university), language or orientation courses (where appropriate)).

The information session will be led by Mr. Kevin Fomalont, Fulbright Student Alumni Ambassador and 2012 Fulbright Grant Recipient to Russia.

For more information, please contact: Dr. Tiffany L. Kershner, Coordinator for Distinguished Scholarships and Fellowships

Campus Deadline: September 12, 2014

 main line: 919.513.4078 e-mail: tiffany_kershner@ncsu.edu

http://us.fulbrightonline.org/home.html 




Professional Development Opportunities for Teacher Education Majors

Effective teachers commit to furthering their own learning as well as their students' learning. Practicing educators take part in regular professional development opportunities in order to be effective and engaged teachers. The College of Education fosters this career-long commitment to learning and professional development by requiring our undergraduate students seeking initial licensure to complete a series of Professional Growth Units, or PGUs. All undergraduate students in licensure majors who entered NC State in fall 2011 or later must complete a minimum of 4.5 PGUs prior to graduation. All MAT students must complete a minimum of 2 PGUs prior to graduation.

The Office of Professional Education is excited to offer four professional development sessions to initial licensure teacher education majors every semester. Topics, descriptions, and dates can be found on the Office of Professional Education's website. You will need to sign up to attend any of these events via the link provided on the website. 

 


 Upcoming Professional Development Opportunity - Earn 1.5 PGUs!

Join other educators at Edcamp Elon this Saturday, April 19th - it is a unique way to learn from colleagues and peers.

Follow this link to register for Edcamp: https://sites.google.com/site/edcampelon/

Be sure to also register in SAGE if you plan to attend so you can earn the PGU credit.

https://sites.google.com/site/edcampelon/

 

 

Moving Beyond the Classroom: Becoming a Multicultural Educator A Call to Action

 Pre-service CED juniors and seniors will participate in a three part workshop to draw upon their own experiences in order to make direct connections to their journey to becoming multicultural educators. Students will participate in two - 2 hour segments,the first segment will help students make connections to their own experiences and understand how these experiences are foundation for making connections in their future classrooms. The second part involves students participating in one of the multicultural 3-4 suggested activities suggested by the work of Geneva Gay in "Becoming Multicultural Educators". The third part is participants to come back and reflect on their intentional multicultural experience and through guided discussion make further connections to how these experiences can be used to guide them in their future classrooms. STUDENTS MUST ATTEND ALL SESSIONS TO RECEIVE CREDIT. 

 

1.5 Units

 

Instructor: Sharonda Eggleton

 

Wednesday, April 9th AND Wednesday, April 16th

 

4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

 

Poe Hall TBD


Register through SAGE


Staff

  • Administrative Assistant
  • Academic Advisor
  • Academic Advisor, Middle Grades Language Arts & Social Studies
  • Director
  • Lecturer & Advisor
  • Assistant Director
  • Coordinator of ED 100
  • Academic Advisor for Elementary Education

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