|Student Services - Academic and Teacher Licensure Advising|
Effective July 1, 2013
Schedule an Advising Appointment -
Tuesday through Friday
(for current and prospective CEHS students)
Students will meet with their assigned Student Services Advisor:
Gayle Wiley –
Last Names A-Gi
Linda Hockaday –
Last Names Gj-O
Autumn Coleman –
Last Names P-Z
Regular advising appointments are scheduled for 30 minutes for continuing students. One hour appointments are available for new students, in order to provide adequate time to ensure students are registering for the appropriate courses, to stay on target for program completion.
Student Services Advisors maintain their own appointment calendars. To schedule an appointment, please call the Office of Student Services at (937) 775-3086 or 3088. You may also email your assigned Student Services Advisor to request an appointment.
When scheduling an appointment, please provide the following information:
• WSU University Identification (UID) Number
• Calendar availability
• Current phone number
• Email Address (WSU email address required for Wright State students)
During peak advising times (i.e. registration for classes, graduation, etc.) appointments times will fill quickly. Please plan ahead and schedule your appointment well in advance.
Monday Express Advising
for current CEHS students
Unlike regular advising appointments, Express Advising is for quick questions that can be answered in short increments (15 minutes). Students will meet with their assigned advisor.
• Express Advising is designed for current CEHS students who have quick registration approval and/or short question(s).
• First time appointments or students on academic probation should use the regular advising appointments.
• Express Advising in on a first come, first served basis.
How do I use Express Advising?
• Sign in for advising at the Student Services desk.
• The office staff will verify the availability of your assigned advisor and add your name to the wait list, ensuring that each student will have 15 minutes with their assigned advisor.
The Office of Student Services
378 Allyn Hall
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway
PHONE (937) 775-3088 or 3086
FAX (937) 775-2099
Contact Student Services
Applying For Your Teaching, Administrative or Pupil Services Licenses and Endorsements
Upon completion of all of your course requirements, the posting of your degree (if applicable) and the earning passing scores on the appropriate licensure/endorsement examinations (if needed), all candidates must apply for their license through the Ohio Department of Education (ODE).
To apply for your new teaching, administration or pupil services license:
- Visit http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Teaching/Educator-Licensure
- Click on “Apply for a new license” in the How Do I…? box.
- Establish a SAFE account with the Ohio Department of Education.
- Complete the appropriate online licensure application.
- 4-Year Resident Educator License
- for individuals applying for their first full teaching credential
- Adolescent to Young Adult (AYA)
- Middle Childhood Education (MCE)
- Early Childhood Education (ECE)
- Multi-Age Education (MA)
- Health Education
- Physical Education
- Foreign Language: French, Spanish, German
- Visual Arts
- Music Education
- Intervention Specialist: Mild/Moderate, Moderate Intensive, ECIS
- 5-Year Professional License
- for Administrative or Pupil Services licensure
- Provide letter(s) on school letterhead documenting two years teaching under a provisional or professional teaching license at the age levels for which the principal license is sought.
- Provide letter(s) on school letterhead documenting three years working under a 5-Year Professional Principal license.
- Provide letter(s) on school letterhead documenting two years teaching under a professional teaching license.
- School Nurse
- Proved a photocopy of your current State of Ohio RN License
- School Counselor
- also for individuals applying for an additional full teaching credential in a new area.
- for individuals applying for an Endorsement
- Computer Technology
- Pre-K Special Needs
- ECE Generalist
- MCE Generalist
- Teacher Leader
- Provide letter(s) on school letterhead documenting four years teaching under a professional teaching license.
- Transition to Work
- Upload any necessary documentation to the application (e.g. documentation of teaching experience letter) as indicated in the application instructions.
- Pay the application fee.
- Submit your licensure application.
As part of the application process you will be asked to indicate where you completed your licensure program. By choosing Wright State University (IRN 063123), your licensure application will be forwarded electronically to the Office of Student Services for processing.
Once the Office of Student Services has received your online licensure application, your assigned licensure advisor will review your application materials and your academic records. Upon verification that you meet the requirements for the credential you have requested, we will approve your online licensure application through the Ohio Department of Education website.
You may track the progress of your application through your ODE SAFE account.