Find links to a variety of resources for current students, including academic and advising assistance, clubs and organizations, educational tools, careers and employment, financial aid, study abroad, test preparation, and more. If in doubt, contact the Office for Student Success, the "one-stop-shop" for information.
Office for Student Success
The College of Education Front Door
The Office for Student Success (OSS) is your "one-stop-shop" for:
- Prospective students
- Financial aid information
- Preliminary teaching credential advising (single & multiple subject and Special Ed)
- All credential exit evaluation and processing
- Study abroad and global/cultural experience advising
- Initial information and direction on all programs offered by the College of Education
Resources for Undergraduates
Need help with a class?
Each professor has scheduled office hours when you can meet with her/him on an individual basis for consultation on points that confuse you, and to discuss how you can improve your performance in the class.
Just visit SDSU WebPortal and select "Unofficial Transcripts" to view and/or print unofficial SDSU transcripts.
You can also change your address, register for classes, pay fees, and much more. "Unofficial" transcripts report the same course and grade information as the official transcripts. However, they are not considered official because they do not have the official university seal imprinted on them and they are not suitable for transfer purposes. Unofficial transcripts are used primarily for student reference.
Official transcripts are available for a small fee and are usually transmitted directly between institutions when a student is transferring to another college. You can visit the SDSU Office of the Registrar for information about ordering official transcripts.
Professional Organizations and Helpful Links
- Council for Exceptional Children: A professional association of educators dedicated to advancing the success of children with exceptionalities.
- LDOnline:The educator's guide to learning disabilities and ADHD.
- LDOnline Kids' Zone: The educator's guide to learning disabilities and ADHD (Kids).
- Nebraska Dept of Education-Special Education: Information and materials helpful to special ed educators.
- Voyager Sopris Learning: Empower your students to achieve in literacy and math.
- Wrightslaw: Parents, educators, advocates, and attorneys come to Wrightslaw for accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.
Campus Services & Resources
- Academic Calendars: Semester calendars, final exam schedule, university holidays
- Career Services: Provides a full range of job preparation workshops, part- and full-time job listings and recruitment job fairs.
- Child Care: If you're a student with young children the SDSU Children's Center can provide your children with excellent care and learning programs.
- Class Schedule: Current main campus class schedule
- Counseling & Psychological Services: Offers individual and group counseling
- SDSU Aztec Parking Portal: Blink EV Charging; Bicycles on Campus; Student, Visitor and Event Parking at SDSU
- SDSU Services for Current Students: Life on Campus
- SDSU Advising Services: General education requirements, degree evaluations, graduation requirements, and university academic policies
- SDSU Graduate Student Services: Graduate Affairs
- Student Disability Services: Provides a full range of support services to students with disabilities, in order to provide equal access to the educational process.
- Test Office: SDSU Testing Services administers tests for the various purpose including competency for graduation, licenses, credentials, and career planning.
Credential Test Preparation Resources
We share these links in the hopes they may help you prepare for the CBEST and/or CSET. The College of Education at SDSU does not endorse any particular resource for test preparation. Best of luck on your exams!
- CTC: CBEST & CSET Prep Guides
- SD County Office of Education: CBEST Preparation Program & CSET preparation program
- SDSU's Math Science Teacher Initiative (MSTI): Math and Science CSET preparation
- Grant supported partnership with Butte County: Exam support resources