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Student resources

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A member of the Herd is always available.

Find help, guidance, and assistance in the School of Education—and across campus.

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Student Success Center

Dedicated to your success.

The Student Success Center is your home for School of Education help. Your dedicated advisor will help you navigate class selections and scheduling while keeping you on track to graduate.

Leslie Clark
Director, School of Education Student Success Center
Neff Hall, 243
260-481-6348
[email protected]    

Jim Beard
Academic Advisor to Early Childhood Education Majors and Director of Licensing for the School of Education

Neff Hall, Room 243B
260-481-4100
[email protected] 

Melissa Curry
Academic Advisor to Human Services Majors
260-481-5469
[email protected]

Kristin Barker
Academic Advisor to Human Services Majors
260-481-5456
[email protected]

Patricia Eber
Academic Advisor to Human Services Majors
260-481-5459
[email protected]

Alice Jordan-Miles
Academic Advisor to Human Services Majors
260-481-4184
[email protected]

Julie Hill-Lauer
Academic Advisor to Human Services Majors
260-481-0519
[email protected]

Sharon Wight
Academic Advisor to Elementary and Middle School Majors

Neff Hall, Room 243F
260-481-6448
[email protected] 

Use ADVISORTRAC to make an appointment. You will need your Purdue Fort Wayne username and password to log in.

You can search for available appointment times on the left-hand side of the page once you are logged in.

Freshmen should direct all advising questions to the Student Advising and Advocacy Center.

General Studies

Scholarships

Find funds for your future.

Looking for ways to make paying for college easier? Scholarships could be your answer. Find what is available for you as a student within the School of Education.

Academic Resources

The support you need.

 

Your education is not a singular pursuit, and we recognize that. You’ll have plenty of support from the Mastodon community.

Contact us

Have questions?

 

Contact the School of Education at [email protected].