Not just classroom experience.
Classroom experience with meaningful mentorship.
University of Findlay education students not only benefit from classroom experience outside campus beginning in their first year, they are also paired with a UF education faculty member who mentors them throughout their classroom experiences. This faculty mentor is licensed and experienced in the student's area of study and even makes site visits to check-in with their student at the school. Our faculty is made up of experienced teachers, educational administrators and human resource developers.
This one-on-one faculty mentoring is unique to UF's education program.
Don't just take our word for it.
Let our alumni tell their stories.
Click the video below to hear how Brent Wise '04 is innovating education with his education degree from Findlay.
Click the button below to hear from more Findlay alumni...
Listen to these Teacher Stories ...
Many people have a story they can share about a teacher who has pushed them, influenced them, believed in them or simply served as a mentor and friend. This video series reflects on those stories as told by future teachers, current teachers, retired teachers and influential members of our community.
Click below to hear real teacher stories
2016 Inviting School Award
University of Findlay's College of Education has been recognized with the "Inviting School Award" from the International Alliance for Invitational Education (IAIE)!
IAIE recognizes schools, districts and universities that have demonstrated exceptional implementation of international education (IE) philosophies.
What exactly does it take to become a teacher?
We've put together an easy to follow "how to". Check it out!
Considering transferring to UF for education?
Click below to hear what these UF students have to say about their transfer experience...
School administrators notice the difference in UF education graduates!
"...They are the leaders who are continually improving our excellent school."
-- Jay Clark, Van Buren Middle School Principal, Ohio Middle Level Association 2014 Educator of the Year
Click here to read more about the UF difference!
Are you an undergraduate student interested in becoming a teacher? Learn more about our undergraduate licensure programs:
Early Childhood - In Ohio, allows you to teach age 3 - grade 3
Intervention Specialist - work with children grades K-12 with moderate disabilities
Middle Childhood - In Ohio, allows you to teach grades 4-9 in reading and two selected content areas: Integrated English/Language Arts, Integrated Mathematics, Integrated Science, or Integrated Social Studies.
Adolescent/Young Adult (AYA) - allows you to teach grades 7-12 in specialized areas like: Integrated Language Arts, Integrated Mathematics, Integrated Social Studies, Integrated Science, and Life Science
Multi-age - allows you to teach K-12 in Visual Arts, Japanese, Spanish, Physical Education, and Health
Are you an educator looking to advance your career? UF offers flexible options to fit your schedule. Learn more about our teacher education programs:
Students at the post-baccalaureate or graduate level engage in specialized combinations of flexible courses to match their educational career interests. Our programs feature internships in schools, businesses or other community enterprises.