Our UTeach Dallas Advisor, Hailey King, is located in FN 3.308P. Current or prospective UTeach Dallas students can come by the office, call 972-883-6485, or use the new on-line scheduler to make an appointment with her. Walk –ins are welcome during normal office hours, if available. Scheduled appointments do have priority.
Current UTeach Dallas students in the school of Natural Sciences and Mathematics must meet with the UTeach Dallas advisor each semester in order to register for UTeach Dallas courses. Information about how to sign up for a registration appointment will be sent out via email and/or disseminated in UTeach Dallas classes each semester.
UTeach students who have a major outside of Natural Sciences and Mathematics will also have an academic advisor in their major department. While these students will meet each semester with the UTeach Dallas advisor, they will also need to meet with their major advisor regularly to ensure that they are on track with degree requirements, including IS degrees.
Prospective students must meet with the UTeach Dallas advisor or one of the Master Teachers prior to enrolling in the first UTeach Dallas course. Call 972-883-6485, use the new on-line scheduler, or stop by FN 3.308P to schedule an appointment.
Click to see proposed course sequences based on level when enrolling in the UTeach Dallas Program.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT APPRENTICE TEACHING:
You must apply for Apprentice Teaching in the semester before you plan to student teach.
The application is completed must be completed and submitted to the Apprentice Teacher Coordinator. For more information go to the Apprentice Teaching page.
In addition to completing the application, you will receive an important email about two weeks before the deadline to which you must reply.
DEADLINES: You must apply in the semester before you plan to student teach:
Apprentice Teaching in the spring semester: October 1
Apprentice Teaching in the fall semester: March 1
If you have any questions, contact the Apprentice Teacher Coordinator – Bill Gammons