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Teacher Education Services

Teacher Education Program

Teacher Education Program (TEP)

The central theme of the Teacher Education Program at the University of Montevallo is Educator as Developing Professional. The idea is that we are never finished products. As professionals, we are continually growing along a continuum from novice to expert. Through our degree programs we gain knowledge, skills, and dispositions that lead to greater expertise. The true professional will always seek opportunities for growth.

TEP Requirements

The mission of the College of Education is to prepare highly skilled, knowledgeable, and continually developing undergraduate and graduate candidates capable of sound, informed decision making during their careers in the fields of P-12 education, leadership, and counseling.

Undergraduate TEP Requirements (PDF)

Graduate TEP Requirements (PDF)

TEP Admission

Admission to the University of Montevallo does not qualify an individual for admission to the Teacher Education Program. In order to be admitted to the Teacher Education Program, candidates must first apply and meet specific requirements. Students normally apply to TEP during the first semester of their education courses. Consult with your advisor to plan your program.  TEP applications are available at the link below and also in Wills 207.

Undergraduate TEP Admission

TEP Application (PDF)

Interview Application: Candidates must fill out an interview card in Wills 207

Graduate (Alt-A) TEP Admission

Admission to Graduate Studies does not guarantee admission to TEP.

TEP Application for Graduates (Alt A) Students (PDF)

Interview Application: Candidates must fill out an interview card in Wills 207

TEP Interview Dates:

(Undergraduate Students Only)

Friday, October 12, 2018 (1:00 – 5:00)
Friday, March 15, 2019 (1:00 – 5:00)
Friday, June 14, 2019 (1:00- 5:00)

Candidates will be notified by email regarding their interview time.

Additional TEP information

Introduction to TEP

TEP Handbook

Alternative Certification Handbook