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Dr. Gaëtane Jean Marie, Dean, College of Education, Rowan University

Benefits of TECSCU Membership

"As a TECSCU member, you can join a network of colleagues who deeply engage in addressing critical issues impacting the teacher education field. It is also a great network for leaders and faculty to connect and collaborate across institutions nationally."

Submit your 2024–2025 membership dues.


Our Mission:

The Teacher Education Council of State Colleges and Universities (TECSCU) is focused on elevating high quality educator preparation within comprehensive public colleges and universities.

Why become a TECSCU member?

For more than 30 years, TECSCU has provided its members: 

  • Networking opportunities with educator preparation programs across the country 
  • Fall and winter conferences for deans, directors, department chairs, and other stakeholders 
  • Professional development on current and relevant topics in educator preparation 
  • Occasional publications on relevant education issues 
  • Direct connections for member institutions to AACTE and AASCU 
  • Opportunities for deans and directors to enhance their skills in public relations and communications 

How does membership work? 


Membership is available to any public college or university having an educator preparation program.


The primary administrator of the school, college or department of education in institution that becomes a member of TECSCU is the TECSCU representative and institutional voting member for the institution.

Member Discounts

Institutional membership allows all faculty and staff to participate in professional development, programming, and conferences within TECSCU at the discounted member-rate

Membership Fees

TECSCU Annual Institutional Membership Membership fees are due by
July 1 each year


July 1, 2024–June 30, 2025


  • Membership dues notices are emailed to member institutions by July 1.  
  • Payments can be paid online by credit card. (If you need an invoice to pay by check, please contact 
  • Non-member institutions can become members by paying membership dues for the fiscal year.