The College of Education Advising Center serves students seeking teaching certification in early childhood, elementary, middle grades and/or special education at the undergraduate level. Advisors may assist you in deciding which teaching certification to pursue and class scheduling each semester. Advising is a crucial element in the successful completion of the Teacher Education Program (TEP) application process
. Work closely with your advisor as you progress through your degree in order to stay up-to-date with changes in teacher education. In addition, regular meetings with advisors will allow you to know when to apply to the TEP and will help you graduate in a timely manner.
Education at the Regional Centers
The College of Education at Morehead State University, in conjunction with the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS), provides access to teacher education programs for students in the Ashland, Prestonsburg, and Hazard areas. Learn more
contacting your advisor
Two full-time academic advisors work in the College of Education Advising Center. Tina Stevens advises students last names A-J and Teresa Johnson advises students last names K-Z. Teresa Petot serves as an advisor at our regional campus location in Prestonsburg.
Tina Stevens, Advisor Last Names A-J
Ginger Hall B205
Teresa Johnson, Advisor Last Names K-Z
Ginger Hall B204
Teresa Petot, Regional Campus Advisor
MSU at Prestonsburg
Leah Rucker, TEP Coordinator/ Academic Advisor
Ginger Hall B207