What do I have to do to apply to the Teacher Licensure Program?
You must submit your Gate 2 application to LiveText. Gate 2 Livetext Application Requirements include:
How do I apply to the Teacher Licensure Program?
Your Gate 2 application must be completed using your LiveText account. Directions on submitting the application
When do I have to apply for the Teacher Licensure Program?
BEFORE you may REGISTER for EDUC 225/ 226 OR EDUC 235/236 OR EDUC 240 or KINE 245, the Gate 2 application must be submitted and accepted with at least probationary status! This means, you must have Praxis I and VCLA requirements completed well in advance of submitting your application. Testing involves about a two month or more turn-around time to receive your scores, so plan accordingly! More information about these tests.
EDUC 225/226 or EDUC 235/236 OR EDUC 240 or KINE 245 may NOT be taken prior to TLP admission (meaning you have gotten word back from the Gate 2 contact that you have been admitted, not that you have merely submitted the application)!
How will I know if I have been accepted and what do I do when I am accepted?
After you submit the Gate 2 application to Livetext, you must wait for it to be assessed and processed (this can take up to 14 days). You should check back in Livetext to see if you have been "fully accepted" or "accepted on probation." You should also receive an email stating that you are fully accepted or accepted with probation. You should print the rubric in Livetext OR you can print the email you receive. Take this documentation to TE 102 to show it to the Department Secretary. The Department Secretary will then initial a prerequisite form for you so you can then register for EDUC 225/226 or EDUC 235/236 or EDUC 240 or KINE 245.
What does it mean to be "fully accepted" to the Teacher Licensure Program?
This means that you have met all requirements for Gate 2 to enter the Teacher Licensure Program . You have met the Praxis I and VCLA requirement for Virginia cut scores (or are exempt from the Praxis I Requirement due to SAT scores), you have received FULL clearance from the background and fingerprint checks, and you have met all other requirements listed above. In order to stay fully accepted in the TLP, you must maintain a 2.5 GPA or above all semesters you attend the university.
Being fully accepted to the program means that you should be able to register electronically in ASIST each semester rather than having to manually register through prerequisite forms.
What does it mean to be "accepted on probation" to the Teacher Licensure Program?
"Acceptance with Probation" means that you are missing a requirement to be fully admitted to the program (usually this means that you passed Praxis I Math with probation scores). If you are accepted with probation, you will not be able to register electronically in ASIST for your EDUC courses. To sign up for your EDUC courses, you will need to get signatures from your Program Coordinator; you will need to bring prerequisite forms and a hardcopy of the rubric or email stating your probation status.
When must I change my status from "probation" to "full acceptance?"
URGENT: PLEASE NOTE: You may NOT register for EDUC 360 or any other 400 level courses until you have been fully accepted to the Teacher Licensure Program. This means that you must change your status from probation to full acceptance before you can register for EDUC 360 or any other 400 level EDUC course.
How can I change my status from "probation" to "full acceptance?"
For more information about the licensure tests (such as Praxis I or VCLA), please see the Licensure Testing webpage.
Who can I contact if I have questions about the Gate 2 application?
You can come to TE 102 to ask questions about the Gate 2 application or you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more detailed information about the gate timeline, please view the Gate Timeline.