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College of Education

Student Advising

College of Education Academic Advising

The goal of the College of Education Advising Center is to assist in preparing highly qualified teachers to serve the evolving needs of the education profession in the state and across the country. Advisors provide academic support for all students interested in COE majors, including current and prospective students, and participate in recruitment activities. Advising takes a holistic approach to student success providing mentoring with a focus on retention and diversity to prepare students to serve others. 

Student advisors work with all College of Education students, Clemson students interested in changing their major to an education program, transfer students seeking an education program, and prospective students considering coming to Clemson. All students are encouraged to make appointments with an advisor in their intended major.

 

Advisors

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Jamie Garland

Mathematics Teaching | Science Teaching | Special Education | Middle Level Education | Secondary Education (English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies)

jgarlan@clemson.edu
(864) 656.3180

Schedule An Appointment

Staci Koonce

Staci Koonce

Early Childhood Education | Elementary Education

skoonce@clemson.edu
(864) 656.0491

Schedule An Appointment

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Valerie Oonk

Early Childhood Education | Elementary Education

vwhite@clemson.edu
(864) 656.3482

Schedule An Appointment

Students can schedule an appointment with their advisor by using CU Navigate. Students can download the “Student Navigate” mobile app available in Apple or Google Play or they can visit CU Navigate online. After logging in to CU Navigate, students will select “Schedule an Appointment” and follow the prompts.

Your Questions Answered

Change of Major

It is recommended that interested students meet with the appropriate College of Education advisor to discuss curriculum so that they take courses that are applicable to their intended major prior to application.

Bridge and Transfer Students

Early Childhood, Elementary, Secondary (English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies), Special Education, Middle Level ELA and Social Studies and Middle Level Math and Science

Prospective Students

Meet with a College of Education Student Advisor. Schedule a campus tour.

Frequently Asked Questions

Save time and find your answers about all things student advising here.

Departmental Honors

Clemson College of Education Departmental Honors

Students pursuing departmental honors enroll in a series of courses in their major department that prepares them to conduct and present their research. Students pursuing degrees in Special Education or within the department of Teaching and Learning have the following opportunities.

For additional information about these opportunities, students are welcome to contact Antonis Katsiyannis for Special Education or Cynthia Deaton for Teaching and Learning.

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