As one of our teacher candidates, you have access to many services available on campus.
Below are a list of some services you may find helpful to your academic success.
Office of Student Services
The Office of Student Services provides undergraduate academic student services for the College of Education. This office strives to offer a user-friendly, all-purpose student response structure that guides SUNY Fredonia's New York State Certification candidates along the path to becoming responsive, well-rounded, and marketable educators. The OSS offers support for: academic advising, certification, scholarships, graduation clearance.
All teacher candidates should be enrolled in their corresponding Advising Community group in order to receive
information about advisement, volunteer and job opportunities, and announcements.
Reed Library - Registrar's Office • (716)673-3188
The Academic Advising provides academic advising for all students on campus. If you have a question about changing your major or adding a minor, this is the place to go! Academic Advising also runs the advising portion of Summer Orientation for all incoming freshmen.
Reed Library, Fourth Floor • (716)673-3550
The Learning Center provides all students with College Tutoring Services, supplemental instruction, and guided study sessions among other programs. The College Tutoring Services tutors are current students who major in the tutoring areas and have taken specific courses.
Second Floor Thompson Hall • (716)673-3407
The ITS Service Center is provides multi-media support to all students. In addition to the computer lap, the ITS Service Center houses a laminating machine, a book binder, Ellison Machines, copy machines, as well as audio/visual equipment available for student use.
Visit this website for assistance in finding out whether a course you have taken or plan on taking at another institution will transfer into SUNY Fredonia.
Within the College of Education, there are numerous opportunities for Graduate Assistantships, which are available for graduate students while completing their Master's program.