•For Spring Registration: October 1st or previous business day
•For Summer/Fall Registration: March 1st or previous business day
•For late Fall Registration: August 1st or previous business day
Teacher Education Application Requirements:
The requirements listed below are minimum application criteria. Meeting them makes the applicant eligible for consideration, but does not guarantee admission to the program. Students who meet these criteria are further evaluated to determine the most qualified applicants. Information contained within all application materials is accurate at the time of its preparation; however, such information may change, and it is the responsibility of the student to check on current validity when applying.
A student is eligible to make formal application for admission to the Teacher Education Program when the following criteria have been met:
•Initial interview with academic advisor
•cumulative grade point average of 2.75 or better
•have completed, with a minimum of a C in the following courses: Engl 102, University of Idaho Core Mathematics Course, Comm 101, and EDCI 201 (including 20 hours of service-learning or FCS 210 for ECDE students)
•letter of application
•completion of background check (fingerprint check through the State Department of Education). Please go to the Student Services office in ED 209 for instructions and forms. For more information, call (208) 885-6039.
•and (when enrollment projections exceed departmental resources) a competitive interview.
•Application Cover Sheet - Complete the cover sheet, linked here, and place on top of your application.
• Declaration of Prior Certifications Irregularities or Legal Convictions linked here.
•Letter of Application – Download the instructions, linked here, follow the directions and draft a letter of application to program faculty (there will be no opportunity to redeem your work – so make sure you submit your best work). You will be asked to address the College’s Conceptual Framework. Return the completed Cover Sheet and Letter of Application to: Student Services - ED 209, College of Education - 3080, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID 83844-3080.
•Initial Interview with your academic advisor – Download the Interview Form, linked here. Set up a meeting time with your academic advisor and leave the interview form with your academic advisor after that meeting. Your academic advisor will make notes on the interview and return the form to STUDENT SERVICES OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, EDUCATION BUILDING - Room 209, in an envelope marked “Confidential.”
•Recommendation Forms -Download two copies of the recommendation form, linked here. Complete the first page of the recommendation form concerning the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, and ensure that this page accompanies the recommendation form at all times. Then, give the recommendation forms to two professionals who know you well and can provide knowledgeable comments about your potential as a preservice teacher. Inform the two professionals that when the recommendation forms are complete, they are to return it in a sealed envelope with their signature across the seal to: Student Services - ED 209, College of Education - 3080, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID 83844-3080.
•Fingerprint Background Check - Students must be fingerprinted through the Idaho State Department of Education. Forms and instructions are available in Student Services ED 209, or in the Curriculum and Instruction department in ED 404A on the Moscow Campus. You may also get them from Julie Wasson at the Coeur d'Alene Harbor Center or call (208) 885-6039 for a packet to be mailed out to you.
•A Competitive Interview - When enrollment projections exceed departmental resources to support student numbers in any given program, a competitive interview with program faculty will determine who is accepted to the program and who will need to wait for another opportunity to apply to the program. Faculty will use questions from the list of questions, linked here. If a secondary interview is warranted, students will be contacted with the place, day, and time for the secondary interview.