CSSC Credentialing Updates

Updated on January 22, 2014

This section is dedicated to providing information about credential changes and updates from Credential Student Service Center.

CSSC Credentialing Updates
Topic Title of Document Date
Payment required within 90 Days of Recommendation Payment required within 90 Days of Recommendation 1/22/14
Teaching Internship Processing Timeline Teaching Internship Credential Processing Timeline 7/30/13
Changes to Preliminary Administrative Services Credential and Lock List PASC Changes and Lock List 7/12/13
Bachelors Plus Early Pathway to Multiple Subject Teaching Units BPEPMS Course Units 7/3/13
U.S. Constitution Requirement U.S. Constitution 1/31/13
Performance Assessment for California Teachers Transition from TPA to PACT 8/15/12
CTC Increases Credential Application Fees Effective July 1, 2012 CTC Fee Information 6/29/12
Internship Credential Processing Timeline for 2011-2012 School Year Internship Credential Processing Timeline Memo 2011 8/3/11
NCATE/CTC Accreditation Visit 2010 NCATE/CTC Message to Credential Candidates 3/5/10
CPR Changes to CPR Requirement for Preliminary Multiple and Single Subject Teaching Credential Candidates 1/6/09
Name Change of the Clinical Rehabilitative Services Credential to Speech-Language Pathology Services Credential Changes to Credentials Authorizing Speech and Language Services 2/28/07
CSSC Focus - online newsletter
Topics Covered Issue / Volume Year
Tips for candidates in the credential programs
CSSC is on Facebook
How to file for the credential
Iss 1 / Vol 1 2011
Clearing your multiple subject or single subject teaching credential
CSSC is on Twitter
2011-2012 contact information for credential programs
Iss 2 / Vol 1 2011
Cal State East Bay celebrates 50 years in credentialing
CSSC office email account
CEAS collaborative offices: AE, CSSC, HRT/KIN
Iss 3 / Vol 1

2011

CSSC featured credential alum profile: Lianne Aubert
CSSC social media accounts
Commencement information

Iss 1 / Vol 2

 2012

Other Official Notices

The Commission on Teacher Credentialing provides official notices, or Coded Correspondences, at their website: www.ctc.ca.gov.

The College of Education and Allied Studies is the division that oversees all credential programs offered at Cal State East Bay. For information about CEAS, please visit the college website: www.csueastbay.edu/ceas

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