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School of Teacher Education

School of Teacher Education

Liberal Studies
The major for future school teachers

Clubs and Organizations

Student Outreach Emissary Program (SOE)

The Liberal Studies Student Outreach Emissary Program is a peer-mentoring program for freshman and transfer students. Sign up during orientation to become a mentee. Our SOEs work with their mentees, helping them navigate SDSU and the LS major, building a community and professional network.  We can’t wait for you to be part of our program!

College of Education Student California Teachers' Association (SCTA)

Student CTA strives to be a recognized and collaborative organization that inspires and fosters exemplary future leaders in education.

We believe in developing qualified, skilled and passionate future educators prepared to address evolving challenges in the profession.

We believe political action is a way to be proactive and informed to gain a personal understanding of the issues that concern your profession in order to publicly influence positive change.

We believe community service helps future educators develop, foster and improve the community and creates positive relationships.

We believe in supporting a diverse membership and working together to promost a public education system that values the diversity of our state.

Enhance your resume and broaden your netowrking opportunities by joining today!

To JOIN TODAY, please email: or friend us at SCTA SDSU on Facebook.


Faculty Advisor: Dr. Patricia Lozada-Santone


Office: (619) 594-1426 - EBA-346

Aztecs for Education

Our Mission Statement: Aztecs for Education is a supportive network of teacher candidates whose aim is to make a difference in the community through outreach programs and gain valuable experiences that will help us be effective teachers and learners. We Teach, Learn and Care.

Email us at

Find us on the web at

Facebook: Aztecs For Education

Twitter: @SDSUAztecs4Ed

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Virginia Loh-Hagan (

Teach! Learn! Care!

Child & Family Development Student Organization (CFDSO)

The Child and Family Development Student Organization (CFDSO) provides SDSU students the opportunity to work with high risk children and families in diverse settings.
Students provide outreach and support to the community through volunteer activities and fundraisers. SDSU students have the opportunity to socialize in an informal setting with like-minded students and professionals in the field as well as attend educational symposiums and conferences. The CFD Student Organization provides a forum for the exchange of knowledge, opinions, and ideas on topics relevant to child and family studies.

The CFDSO meets twice a month. Meeting times and club events will be posted on the CFDSO facebook page and emailed to everyone on our contact list. The CFDSO is open to all students from any major at SDSU. We also welcome students from local community colleges who plan on transfering to SDSU!!!

So what are you waiting for? Come to our next meeting or event and help make a difference in a child's life!

Get updates about what we are doing at:
email: or find us on facebook at:
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jacki Booth

Office: (619) 594-5380 

College of Education Student Council (COESC)

Are you interested in educational issues? Do you want to be more involved with future teaching professionals? If the answer is YES to these questions, then the College of Education Student Council (COESC) has the answers you've been looking for.

For further information regarding the COESC please contact us at:

Phone: (619) 594-6320
Email: or
Facebook: Coesc Sdsu

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Patricia Lozada-Santone 


Office: (619) 594-1426 - EBA-346

Aspiring Teachers and Education Leaders (atED Leaders) Peer Advisor Program

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The atED Leaders Peer Advisor Program is looking for future k-12 teachers or education leaders to join out team of advisors on campus.  

The atED (Aspiring Teachers and Education Leaders) Peer Advisor program is a comprehensive program which focuses on developing its peer advisors as agents of change and leaders for our institution and our community. Our program will not only provide the right tools to our peer advisors in order to be successful in one-on-one interactions but will also equip them with learning experiences, personal development opportunities, a mentorship component, and an array of leadership and interpersonal skills.    

Our atED Peer Advisor Program is intended to promote the College of Education’s teacher preparation programs by assisting individuals interested in becoming a teacher or an education leader in finding the appropriate information and resources to pursue their career expectations. Guided by our mission and values, peer advisors will have one-on-one meetings with prospective students and members of our community to assist them in the application and admission processes. Peer advisors will also provide information about the credentialing process and how to fulfill the requirements to be admitted into a San Diego State credential program. 

If interested, please complete an application at the Office of Student Services (EBA 259) of the College of Education or click here


If you have questions please contact our office at 619-594-6320. 


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