Individuals interested in completing a teacher education program at the University of Colorado Boulder should request application materials online at the School of Education website.
Undergraduate students currently enrolled in a degree program at CU Boulder must complete an application. Individuals who have completed a baccalaureate degree at an accredited institution and are not currently enrolled at the university must complete a program application, a university application and submit official transcripts from all previous colleges directly to the university's Office of Admissions.
Scholarships and Awards
The School of Education offers over 60 scholarships each year. Application instructions and step-by-step information is accessible through CU Boulder's scholarship application.
Students are eligible to apply for university-wide financial assistance through the Office of Financial Aid. State and federal programs are available for loan cancellation or forgiveness for Colorado teachers of certain subjects or who teach in designated schools serving students from low-income families. Information about these opportunities may be found at the School of Education Financial Aid and Scholarships page.
Upon enrollment in an undergraduate or post-baccalaureate program, a student who fails to maintain a 2.75 GPA will be placed on academic recovery or may be suspended. Readmission is subject to program requirements in effect at the time of reapplication.
At CU Boulder, degree requirements vary among the schools and colleges. Students seeking a degree at the University of Colorado should consult, as soon as possible, with an advisor in the college or school from which they expect to graduate and with the School of Education advisor.
Students are encouraged to become familiar with the teacher education requirements by comparing their own transcripts to the published advising materials. Students can then talk with an advisor before applying to the program or they may wait until after their applications are processed. Students seeking teacher licensure in French, German, Japanese, Latin, Spanish or Music Education should see the designated advisor for that content area in addition to the School of Education advisor.
Advising may also be obtained by emailing email@example.com. When requesting email advising, please make questions as specific as possible.