The College of Education is committed to supporting you in completing your degree in a way that allows you to get the most out of the program and graduate successfully. The College of Education's Office of Student Services is the primary resource for current and prospective students. Current ECFS Majors are supported by Denisse Guerrero-Harvey, Academic Adviser. Prospective students (those not yet admitted to ECFS) are supported by Tabitha Bronsema, Admission & Outreach Adviser.

ECFS Academic Advising

Advising for declared ECFS Majors

Students who are declared in the ECFS Major can find drop-in advising and advising appointment scheduling information in the Canvas ECFS Advising Center.

Advising for current UW students seeking admission to ECFS

Current UW students interested in the ECFS Major are encouraged to review the admission requirements. If you have questions about the ECFS Major, course registration, the application process, or any other ECFS Major-related topic, please attend an Undergraduate Majors and Minor Information Session. Information sessions are held twice per week, see the College of Education calendar for upcoming dates. Tabitha Bronsema can also be contacted via email, however, most questions can be answered during the Information Session which includes time for students to ask questions.

Advising for individuals seeking admission to UW and the ECFS Major

Tabitha Bronsema, Admission & Outreach Adviser supports high school students, transfer students, and returning students in exploring the ECFS Major. Please contact Tabitha to schedule an appointment. 

ECFS Advising Resources

ECFS Electives

ECFS Core Program Requirements

ECFS Teaching & Learning Option Requirements

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