How to Apply for Student Teaching
The Student Teaching Application portal for the Spring 2019 semester will be available after August 15, 2018.
Applications for student teaching must be completed in the semester PRIOR to student teaching. Applications to student teach in Fall are due March 1, and to student teach in Spring are due October 1. The application process must be completed well in advance. It is wise for potential student teachers to begin the application process early to allow for technical difficulties.
To be completed prior to submitting a student teaching application
- Admitted to teacher education
- Professional education courses (13-18 hours, must earn B- or above for each class)
- Major courses (44-48 hours, must earn B- or above for each class)
- Current background check
- Successfully complete the appropriate PRAXIS exam
- Apply for a student teaching license utah.gov/teachers from the Utah State Board of Education. Click on “Student Licenses”.
As part of the application you will be asked to upload the following documents. Make sure each document is labeled with your name and document type (i.e. First Name Last Name Transcript)
- Current USU transcript - Either an official or un-official transcript is acceptable. Visit ACCESS to get a copy of your un-official transcript for free.
- Submit proof of the professional development requirement - i.e., proof of CEC membership, proof of ACRES membership, service with Special Olympics, etc.
- Student Teaching License - Submit a copy of your student teaching license. See above directions on how to apply for student teaching license.
- Ethics Exam Review- Submit proof of passing exam.
- Resume - You can find resources and examples of professional resumes on the USU Career Services webpage. You will submit your resume to your mentor teacher and principal once you have been placed for student teaching, so please use this as an opportunity to showcase your professionalism and experience.
If you have any questions about the application process, please contact the student teaching coordinator Julia Lyman at 435-797-7205 or email@example.com