Current College of Education Students
Office of Student Services
Zook Hall, Room 002
Akron, OH 44325
Our preadmission advisers will be offering advising via email and WebEx (like FaceTime). Get more information
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- Preadmission Advising
- Undergraduate programs in Education
- Graduate programs in Education
- College of Education Scholarships
Current students resources
- Student Teaching & Field Experience
- Employment Opportunities
- NE Ohio ACHIEVE (TESOL)
- Professional Development Workshops
- Student Organizations and Service-Focused Programs
- RESA (Resident Educator Summative Assessment)
Career Services Coordinator
Liaison to the College of Education
View contact info and bio
New job listings are frequently added to our webpage, many of which come from the Ohio Department of Education.
Planning to Student Teach in Spring 2021?
Previously scheduled Information sessions for late April are cancelled. Information Sessions will be rescheduled at a later date to be determined for students planning to student teach in Spring 2021.
Watch this website for dates and times to be announced. You will be required to attend one of the informational sessions when they are offered.
Summer and Fall 2020 enrollment
If you have been admitted to the College of Education and need assistance registering for either Summer 2020 or Fall 2020 courses within the College of Education, click the link below to request assistance. For example: you are trying to add a class but you receive an error message saying the class wasn't added successfully.
Apply for College of Education Scholarships
Application deadline extended to April 30!
- All students admitted to the College of Education are eligible for apply for a scholarship.
- Graduate students must be admitted into a degree program to be eligible to receive a scholarship.
- Incomplete applications will not be considered.
If you have trouble accessing the application, please contact us.
The LeBron James Family Foundation College of Education and the I Promise School are partnering to offer a unique learning opportunity for LJFF COE students. Students can choose to join a learning community, block schedule 2-3 courses, and spend extended time at the I Promise School. This “lived-in” teacher education model will provide teacher candidates with an enriched field experience. A learning community is limited to 15 students and registration is controlled. Take the first step in joining a community by completing the online course request form.