MAT Student Candidates:
Anyone applying to the Master of Arts in Teaching must complete an initial advising session with the MAT Program Specialist or an advisor in MAT: Elementary Education or MAT: Special Education before gaining acceptance into the program. This initial advising session may also be completed within a Program Information Meeting.
Existing MAT Students:
All students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor at least once each semester. Students will be assigned a designated advisor at the time of acceptance into the MAT program. MAT: Elementary Education students may call Tara McMurty at 303-556-3725 and MAT: Special Education students may call Amanda Barrell at 303-556-8432 to schedule an advising appointment.
Prior to acceptance, students may contact:
- Sue Joseph,
- Dr. Mark Francis
Field Placement and Advising Coordinator
Advising for Student Teaching:
Students are required to meet with their advisor during the Student Teaching application process. Advisors will review CAPP Reports and sign-off on student teaching applications and program plans.
Please refer to the Student Teaching Center link for additional information regarding the final semester of Student Teaching.