College of Education Undergraduate Applications
Thank you for applying for admission to the USF College of Education! Below are the applications for our undergraduate degree programs, as well as information about supporting documentation that should be included with your application.
Before you apply, review the College of Education's undergraduate admissions requirements. For more information about your application, please contact the College of Education's Student Academic Services office.
Application Requirements may include:
- Disclosure of Arrest and Conviction*
- Social Media Guidelines
- Video Audio Still Image Letter
|Program Application||Fall Semester||Spring Semester||Summer Semester|
|Early Childhood Education||January 31 - July 28|
Elementary Education Spring Cohort
|October 1 - December 1|
|Elementary Education Teacher Residency||January 31 - July 28||October 1 - December 1|
|January 31 - August 1|
|January 31 - August 1||October 1 - December 1||January 31 - May 1|
|Secondary Education (English, Mathematics, Science, or Social Science)||January 31 - August 1||October 1 - December 1||January 31 - May 1|
|Middle Grades Mathematics Education||January 31 - August 1|
January 31 - August 1
January 31 - July 25
*Disclosure of Arrest and Conviction is required for all teacher preparation programs in the College of Education. Teacher preparation programs include all undergraduate programs except Exercise Science.
**Some programs are limited access and may have different admission restrictions. See your academic advisor for details. Some programs, such as Elementary Education, offer limited course selection during the spring and summer terms for those students who are admitted in the spring term. If attending full time is a requirement for you due to financial aid or housing, please contact Chelsea Kopkin at email@example.com regarding how the Elementary Education program is structured for spring versus fall admits.
enrolling in the college of education: next steps
After being admitted to the College of Education, students are expected to validate their admission for the term for which they apply and are admitted by attending the new student College of Education orientation and enrolling in undergraduate College of Education upper-level coursework. Failure to do this will result in revocation of College of Education admission.
Note: Admission to the College of Education is based upon successful completion of classes currently in progress. The College of Education reserves the right to rescind admission for the upcoming term based upon unsuccessful completion of in-progress courses.