Attention applicants for Fall 2015 Credential Programs:

University Application Opens: October 1, 2014
http://www.csumentor.edu

Program Application: http://www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/applications/cred-admin.html

Please Note: Applications are considered in the order they are received. Applicants must submit a complete application as soon as possible. Admission will close when programs are full.

All deadlines are subject to change without notice. Please check this website frequently for deadlines and other information.

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Need assistance in CSET Multiple Subjects test preparation?

Test prep books on reserve in the Henry Madden Library.

 Visit Library Circulation Desk for more information or call 278-2551.

Must have student ID card to view books on reserve.

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Additional CSET Preparation!

Fresno Unified has an online calendar for future CSET and RICA Prep classes. We are still waiting for some teachers to get back to us with CSET dates so the calendar will be continually updated.  View it here: http://www.fresnounified.org/dept/td/Lists/T2T%20Calendar/calendar.aspx?CalendarDate=9%2F9%2F2014&CalendarPeriod=month.  RSVP is required to attend CSET and RICA classes so materials can be prepared.  To RSVP to attend please email Patience at Patience.Rose@fresnounified.org.

All classes are free for students.  You do not have to be student teaching in FUSD to attend, just enrolled at Fresno State.  Please tell Patience where you are currently enrolled when you are registering for the preparation courses. 

Currently Fresno Unified is offering CSET prep for Multiple Subject, Single Subject English, Single Subject Spanish, RICA prep, and will soon be adding Single Subject Foundational Level Math.

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Minor in Urban Civic Education

The Urban Civic Education Minor (15 units) prepares students to become change agents working to address community issues. This interdisciplinary minor is available to all students in any academic discipline and is an excellent complement for students pursuing careers in education, psychology, criminal justice, social services, international affairs, and community advocacy. Service-learning is emphasized throughout the program as a way to link Urban, Civic, & Education studies with community experiences to explore the structures, processes, and issues of diverse urban cultural communities and the impact these have on the communities’ children.

For more information: http://fresnourbanciviced.org/about-the-program/