School of Education

Student Organizations

Future Educators Club

The Future Educators Club is a support and mentoring group for education majors. Participants engage in professional development opportunities and volunteer in local schools. The club works collaboratively with high school Future Educator Clubs in six area school districts. Membership is open to students interested in education. 

During the 2017-18 academic year, meetings are 12:30 p.m. Tuesdays in the Education Building, Room A123 and at 4 p.m. Wednesdays in the Education Building, Room A122.

The adviser is Melissa Hanzsek-Brill, associate professor of mathematics. Our campus club is affiliated with the state and national organizations.

Professional Organizations for Students

Student success can be achieved in and out of the classroom. Student organizations provide valuable educational, collaboration, and networking opportunities that will be help shape your future and prepare you for a lifetime of success.

Getting involved in student organizations can be one of the most rewarding experiences in campus life. The School of Education has several student organizations that are active in professional development, service, and scholarship.

There are dozens of other student organizations on campus. Of interest to education majors may be:

For a comprehensive list of student organizations on campus, visit the Department of Campus Involvement website.