Associate Dean: Dr. Steve R. Parker
Your academic advisor is the best place to start making the most of your experience at the UK College of Education. You must schedule an advising appointment each semester in preparation for priority registration. Besides helping you prepare for priority registration, our faculty and professional staff advisors are happy to meet with you to answer questions and help map out the pathway to your chosen field.
The online appointment scheduler is available only for active UK students, majoring in Education (including Kinesiology). Education majors who are assigned to a faculty advisor will need to contact that advisor directly.
You will be required to login using your myUK ID and password. We recommend you also have your calendar with days and times you are available to meet.
The appointment scheduler is designed to work with Firefox, Safari and Chrome internet browsers. It is recommended that you use one of the listed browsers when scheduling your appointment. If you have any problems scheduling an appointment, please contact our main office at 257-7971 for help. Be specific and take note of any error messages. This will help to identify problems.
If you need to speak with a College of Education advisor but are not a current UK student AND an Education major, please call the Academic Services Office at (859) 257-7971.
FAQsWho is my advisor?
Secondary Math, Science, English, STEM Education Majors:
Bob Singleton (students with last names A-Z)
ELED students admitted to the Teacher Education Program:
Dr. Jeanette Groth
If you have been admitted to a Teacher Education Program in a major other than Elementary Education, you will have to contact your faculty advisor via phone or email to set up an appointment.
Upon being admitted to TEP (Teacher Education Program), students from the following majors (IECE, Elementary Education, Special Education LBD & MSD, Middle School Education, Kinesiology and Health Promotion) are assigned a regular faculty advisor. The faculty advisor will be listed in the TEP acceptance letter and in myUK.