Advising Assignments

Advising Assignments

Elementary Education Majors
Early Childhood - Middle Childhood and Middle Childhood - Early Adolescence

You will be assigned to the college's adviser Mr. Michael Martin until you are formally admitted to the teacher education program.  In addition to seeing the college's adviser Freshmen and Sophomores will meet with a Education Student Advisor (ESA) during registration to assist them. Once you are admitted to the teacher education program you will be assigned a faculty adviser in the Teacher Education Department.

Early Childhood -Transition to Degree Program

You will be assigned to Dr. Gay Wardmail the program director as your advisor in this program. 

Secondary Education
Early Adolescence - Adolescence (ages 10-21) and Early Childhood - Adolescence (all grade levels)

Students seeking a EA-A or EC-A teaching license select a major in the subject area they wish to teach. The department of the major will assign an academic adviser. Students are required to see their major academic adviser every semester.

If you have questions regarding the teacher education program please contact Mr. Michael Martinmail (715) 425-3774, or Mr. Tyler Koepkemail (715) 425-3705.

Graduate Teacher Students

Graduate students are not required to see an adviser every semester but it is strongly encouraged to assist you.  An advisor will be assigned to you by your program area department.


WITEACH Program

Students who are participating in the WI Teach program will be advised by an adviser in their primary academic area and Mr. Tyler Koepkemail the director of the WITeach program for supplement advising and academic support.

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Department / Office
Phone

Agricultural Education
131 Agricultural Science Building 

425-3555

Art Education
172 Kleinpell Fine Arts

425-3266

Biology Education
414 Agricultural Science Building

425-3591

Broad Field Science
104a Centennial Science Hall

425-3196

Chemistry Education
253 Centennial Science Hall

425-3523


Communicative Disorders
Wyman B31

425-3801

Counseling Program
Wyman 257

425-3889

English Education
245 Kleinpell Fine Arts

425-3537

Health & Human Performance
(Physical Ed. Health, Coaching)
Karges 111

425-3705

History (Broad Field Social Studies)
307 Kleinpell Fine Arts

425-3164

Mathematics Education
207 North Hall

425-3326

Modern Language Education
(French, German, Spanish)

284 Kleinpell Fine Arts

425-3896

Physics Education
125 Centennial Science Hall

425-3235

School Psychology
Wyman 257

 425-3889

Social Work
Wyman 203

425-365

Teacher Education
Wyman 257

425-3230

Teaching English as a 2nd Language
245 Kleinpell Fine Arts

425-3537


Undergraduate General Advising
Wyman 205

425-3774

WI Teach Program
Wyman 127

425-3708



 


University of Wisconsin-River Falls
410 S. 3rd Street, River Falls WI 54022 USA
Campus Information 715-425-3911