Summer Session

Summer Session is an opportunity to meet your instructors and peers face-to-face, learn the program technology, and get ready for your classroom experience.   

Attendance is mandatory for all licensure year students and post-licensure year students enrolled in EDUC 680.  Those students pursuing the MA in Educator Effectiveness do not attend summer session.

Summer Session is a non-credit orientation experience for which you will not be billed.


2017 Licensure Year Summer Session: Aug. 2-6, 2017

2017 Post-licensure Summer Session:  July 28-30, 2017


New/Licensure-Year Students:

Online Conference Schedule, TBA Aug. 2-6, Frequently Asked Questions, Meeting Locations, Presenters, and Details:

Teacher Licensure Guidebook:

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Principal Licensure Guidebook:

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Continuing/Post-Licensure Students, July 28-30: TBA Post Licensure 2017 Summer Session Agenda

Summer Session Housing

Rooms in Western residence halls are available for ~$25 per night/per person.  Please reserve your room by July 20th.

What our students say about Summer Session

“Before attending Summer Session, I had an endless list of questions and fears. After this experience, I feel so much more at ease. This was a wonderful experience that every future educator should attend.”

“Summer Session was such a great way to meet the teachers and make the whole online experience personal.”

"Deeply passionate program professors/staff."

"I would like to take this opportunity to express how the summer session helps students. I have done online programs in the past (a two year Masters program). This is the first program I got the opportunity to meet in person with the other students and faculty. I had no idea what I was missing! The camaraderie built in those few moments will really help when I see names again in an online discussion. Rather than shaking my head at a screen online later, I see myself taking in fellow student discussion posts with empathy and compassion. Having this attitude will deepen my own learning."