Admitted Students

Welcome to the Single Subject Credential Program!

Congratulations on your acceptance to the single subject credential program! 

So What's Next?

  1. Begin reviewing the Single Subject Credential Program Handbook and purchase your Fresno State TK20 account: http://fresnostate.tk20.com
  2. Select and attend one of the virtual-real time MANDATORY Single Subject Orientation sessions listed below. Formal registration is not needed, as only users with a Fresno State email will be allowed into the virtual real-time orientation session.
  3. Complete the Single Subject Program Advising Form and be ready to submit it via email to the Single Subject Coordinator during the mandatory orientation session. If you are a Fresno Teacher Resident Program (FTRP) candidate, use either the FTRP Without Masters Educational Plan or the FTRP With Masters Educational Plan instead.
  4. Two-semester/EHD 155A (initial student teaching) candidates ONLY: submit your school district placement preferences survey by NOON on April 13. 

Note (1):  Placement preference surveys received after this date are subject to district availability.

Note (2):Teacher credential candidates are strictly prohibited from making their own school site placements.

Note (3): At this time, the only school district options available for EHD 155A (initial student teaching) are those listed on the the preference survey. Other district requests will not be considered.

Mandatory Orientation

All newly accepted credential candidates are required to attend a mandatory orientation before they can register/enroll in program coursework. 

Orientations for the Fall 2020 semester are complete.

Should you have any questions or need to schedule a one-on-one orientation, please contact the Single Subject Coordinator, Dr. Basurto at ibasurto@csufresno.edu.

 

Reminders

  • Check your TO DO list in your MyFresnoState Portal periodically as these items will need to be completed before certain junctures in the program depending on the item to be completed.
  • Single Subject Credential Candidates who have NOT met the US Constitution requirement will need to complete it before they can apply for their Preliminary Single Subject Credential.