Undergraduate Advising Center
Academic advising for the teacher certification and undergraduate program is coordinated through the College of Education Student Advising Center. Services available through the Advising Center include:
- Academic program information
- Teacher Education Program application
- Admission information
- Advising Forms
The Center also evaluates transcripts for students transferring coursework from other institutions and may assist with petition preparation when required. Students are encouraged to contact the Student Advising Center to ensure successful and efficient completion of academic program requirements.
College of Education Building
Phone: (208) 282-2783
Fax: (208) 282-3791
Idaho State University
921 S 8th Ave, Stop 8059
Pocatello, ID 83209-8059
Teacher Education Program Application
Secondary Education Forms
Secondary Advising Checklist: Page 2
BA or BS Secondary Education Degree Plan and Checklist (PDF)
Special Education Forms
Special Education with Certification Advising Checklist: Page 2
Suggested Order of Classes
Special Education Electives
Special Education (Certification Only) Advising Checklist:
With Teaching Credentials
BA or BS Special Education Degree Plan and Checklist (PDF)
The Non-Teaching Certification Application Instructions outlines what needs to be completed for individuals that are certifying in anything other than elementary, secondary education, PE or Music. Certification Application Instructions are directions for individuals certifying in Education (secondary, elementary, PE and Music).
For the most current certification forms, please visit: http://www.sde.idaho.gov/site/teacher_certification/ Completed forms may be submitted to the advising office at:
College of Education
921 South 8th Avenue Stop 8059
Pocatello, Idaho, USA 83209
For more information, please contact the advising office at (208) 282-2783.
Petitions to be allowed to deviate from institutional policies require submission of an Idaho State University Undergraduate Student Petition and appropriate supporting documentation (See the Petition Policies stated elsewhere in the Course Catalog). Petitions to be allowed to deviate from College of Education policies and requirements require submission of an Internal College of Education Petition with supporting documentation. Internal petitions are initiated with an advisor or course instructor on forms available online and the Advising Center. For petitions involving teacher education requirements, an Education Advisor from the Advising Center will review the petition, provide a recommendation, and sign the petition. Petitions also require the signature and the recommendation of the appropriate program major advisor, program coordinator, or department chair. Internal petitions are approved or denied by the Associate Dean (or Dean) of the College of Education. A copy of the petition is retained by the College of Education in the candidate's official file. If additional action is required, approved petitions are advanced to the Registrar's Office.
Last Update: 2/19/2014 Saupe aka-Senzo