The Office of Admissions & Student Services, located in NAC 3/223A, is the central service center of the School of Education dedicated to providing support to both graduate and undergraduate candidates.
The office is staffed with knowledgeable professionals who assist candidates with varied matters including, but not limited to, registration issues, scheduling advising appointments, review of transfer credits, appeals to the committee on course and standing, undergraduate/graduate program requirements, testing, graduation checks and other matters.
The office environment is open and welcoming with designated one-to-one advising space for candidates and faculty advisors. Extended hours of operation are scheduled during peak periods to accommodate day and evening candidates.
We invite you to peruse our website and hope that you find it a useful supplement to the bulletin.
Please call or visit the Office of Admissions & Student Services if you need additional information or have questions.
Ms. Stacia Pusey
Director of Admissions & Student Services
Important School of Education Requirement
Beginning Fall 2006, all candidates taking courses in the School of Education are required to create and maintain a TaskStream account throughout the span of their enrollment in the program.
TaskStream is an on-line, web-based folio assessment system that is used by our candidates to document their learning process, and to showcase and archive digital products. Additionally, the School of Education uses TaskStream to aggregate and report data for programmatic improvement and accreditation purposes.
Accounts can be set-up by accessing the following link: www.taskstream.com. If you need technical support while using TaskStream, simply call TaskStream Mentoring Services toll-free Monday through Friday from 8AM until 7PM at 1-800-311-5656.
For on-site assistance please go to the Learning and Technology Resource Center, NAC 3/226, or the Multimedia Center, NAC 4/221.
Ideally, a candidate's TaskStream account should be set-up prior to the first day of classes.
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