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Freshman and Transfer Orientation

Walk-In Advising Available

All students interested in STEM teacher certification are welcome to speak to an advisor in PAI 4.02. You don't have to be a College of Natural Sciences student.

Or, find out more at Discover UTeach sessions. See the UTeach calendar for times and locations.


Curious about teaching?

Take UTS 101 and find out! The very first course puts you and a teaching partner in a real classroom

Want more information?

Set up an appointment with a UTeach advisor.

How does certification work?

Learn more about the basic requirements. The UTeach Natural Sciences program can take you there.

Certifications and Degrees

UTeach allows you to complete a rigorous degree in any field and qualify to teach mathematics, science, engineering, or computer science at the high school level.

UTeach Maker Endorsement

UTeach Maker is a micro-credentialing program for pre-service teachers interested in bringing innovative practices and skills into their STEM classroom. In this program, UTeach students will have the opportunity to select from a suite of Maker activities to personalize their learning experience.

Prospective UTeach Students

UTeach is designed to give both undergraduate students and degree holders the opportunity to explore the profession of teaching in a hands-on way. In your very first semester in the program, you will have the opportunity to develop and teach a lesson in a local classroom. Call 512 232 2770 to make an appointment or come by the UTeach office, PAI 4.02.

Degree-holders, call 512 232 2770 to set up an advising appointment. Or, apply today!

Current UTeach Students

Find information on getting advised, working on your portfolio, sticking to UTeach policies, joining the UTeach student organization, accessing resources in the student workroom, and more!

Scholarships and Internships

UTeach students can apply for a number of scholarships. Visit the Scholarships page for more information. We also offer an internship program, where students receive a stipend to work with nonprofit organizations in the Austin area.