The College of Education is offering a new Licensure Support Fund Scholarship as an effort to help offset costs associated with teacher licensure programs (i.e., edTPA, TSPC licensing fee, etc.). Eligible applicants include OSU CoEd students enrolled in the professional level of the Double Degree or a graduate initial licensure program who are in good academic standing. Students may apply for up to $500 in funding and the application deadline is set for March 31, 2019. Applications are now closed, please return in fall for more information.
For more information, visit the webpage, contact Student Services at 541-737-4661 or stop by in 104 Furman Hall.
All Oregon licensing is completed through Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC). As such, students completing a teacher education or school counselor program through Oregon State University will need to submit an application to TSPC at the completion of their program to receive their respective license.
All applicants who successfully complete a teacher licensure program through OSU will qualify for an Oregon Preliminary Teaching license at the completion of their program. Please see state requirements for the OR Preliminary Teaching license here.
All applicants who successfully complete a School Counseling program through OSU will qualify for an Oregon Preliminary School Counselor license at the completion of their program. Please see state requirements for the OR Preliminary School Counselor license here.
OSU offers an ESOL endorsement program (online or on campus). For questions on adding the ESOL endorsement to your teaching license, please contact Student Services (541-737-4661 or firstname.lastname@example.org). For subject area endorsements, you may work directly with your district and TSPC to add an endorsement.
Teaching-Certification.com (licensure guide by state)
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