All new students enrolled in the Teacher Preparation Department programs need to schedule an appointment to meet with an academic advisor in the Liberal Arts Advisement Center to select their courses for the first semester. Make an appointment online
New students also are required to attend New Student Orientation prior to the start of classes, either before or after their academic advisement appointment.
Returning and Transfer Students
Academic advisement for the Teacher Preparation Department's degree and certificate programs is available through the Liberal Arts Advisement Center in Fitzgibbons Health Technologies Center, room 334. Students seeking advisement may call to make an appointment, (518) 629-7191.
You may elect to arrange your own schedule for the term online using WIReD after meeting with an advisor to discuss your schedule and course choices. However, you must schedule all of your student teaching courses with an academic advisor. All students are encouraged to register early to avoid disappointment and to ensure obtaining a seat in your required courses.
Please note: Teacher Preparation Department Chairperson Antoinette Howard also is available to discuss your educational goals if you have questions or concerns. Her office is located in Higbee Hall, room 109 or you may call (518) 629-7250.
Student Program Plans
The plans listed below outline the required courses by term. Use these as a guide to plan your schedule.
To alleviate wait-time, please bring the following to your advisement session:
- Your completed Student Program Plan
- Your student ID number
- The CRN numbers for the courses you would like to take