Student Resource Center
The Graduate College of Education (GCOE) Student Resource Center (SRC) supports students with necessary resources to navigate through pathways that lead towards entering the field of education. The SRC aims to be the home where students can request information about teaching credential programs, graduate & professional programs in education, and employment opportunities in K-12 schools. We also provide information about the education and special education minor and the Communicative Disorders major. Through academic advising and career counseling, we support students in developing an academic plan that aligns with their interests in education. In addition, we also hold workshops and events that attract, recruit, and inspire the next generation of students to pursue meaningful careers in education.
Academic Advising & Counseling
Students across all majors are welcome to make an appointment for one-on-one advising. We can support students in the following areas: Education Minor, academic planning, educational careers and teacher pathways. The following are are a few commonly asked questions from students:
- What are the benefits to declaring an education minor?
- Will I be able to teach in K-12 schools with an education minor?
- What kind of jobs can I get with an education minor?
- What major should i choose if I want to become a teacher?
- What are the right courses I should take if I am applying to credential programs?
- What are the requirements to apply for a teaching credential?
- What are study materials I can use to pass the CBEST/CSET test?
- What are scholarship and/or grant opportunities available to future teachers?
- Hours: Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. - 12 p.m., 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: (415) 405-4123
- Location: Burk Hall Room #311