There are multiple experiential learning options with international and domestic students and students with disabilities starting the first year and continuing throughout the program. Students even have unique opportunities like working in The Clubhouse
here on campus.
Students scored the College of Education higher than the state average on student satisfaction.
Administrators notice the difference in UF graduates!
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"Our recent University of Findlay graduates teaching in our building are strong in content knowledge, develop relationships with students and colleagues, are life-long learners, and reflect on their practices. They are leaders who are continually improving our excellent school."
--Jay Clark, Van Buren Middle School Principal, Ohio Middle Level Association 2014 Educator of the Year
"I have been very impressed with the quality of teachers coming from The University of Findlay. The teachers we have hired from The University of Findlay are well trained, knowledgeable, and ready to teach on the very first day of school. I have also been very impressed with the support I get from The University of Findlay administration and faculty when trying to find the best candidate for our school."
--Michael L. Brand, Van Buren High School Principal
"UF students who we have hired are well trained and highly committed to the field of education. We consider them to be "highly qualified" individuals who truly care about students."
--Julie Spade, Riverdale Elementary School Principal
The State of Ohio scored UF's College of Education higher than average education programs within Ohio in the areas of student satisfaction, field experience and alumni performance!
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UF graduates - teaching success!
"I chose to become a science teacher because I love kids. They need someone to encourage them and show them their strengths; to show them that they can do things they couldn't do before. It's the most rewarding thing to see kids accomplish that; it gives them so much to look forward to. Science is everywhere, so it's easy to use in experiments and examples, and the kids get excited about it."
--Jo Lee, Master of Arts in Education, The University of Findlay, 2007, chemistry teacher at Grandview Heights High School