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Teacher Preparation Program Current Students

College of DuPage offers a wide range of academic resources and student activities geared toward teacher preparation students to help you succeed in your studies and get involved on campus.

Academic and Career Pathways

Determine the pathway you need to take to graduate on time.

Education Resources

Kappa Delta Pi

Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) is the International Honors Society in education. KDP is open to students at College of DuPage who satisfy the following criteria:

  1. Completed 30 semester hours of college with a 3.0 grade point average 
  2. Completed, in progress or programmed 12 hours in Education
  3. Fulfilled the $45 initiation fee

Contact Assistant Professor April Zawlocki for additional information on KDP.

Student Education Association

The Student Education Association (SEA) is a student-run organization for students who are looking to be future educators, want to learn more about teaching or meet other people. Meetings are from 1 to 2 p.m. every second Thursday of the month on Zoom. 

The SEA website provides additional information that can help you get involved.

Become a Middle or High School STEM Educator in Four Years

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Partnering with Elmhurst University, COD is able to provide a guided pathway that enables students to graduate with a bachelor's degree in just four years (typically a double major).