Department of Field Services
The Department of Field Services encompasses Early Field Experience, Advanced Professional Studies (APS), Student Teaching and Certification. Teacher candidates will complete several field experiences during their preparation for a degree and teacher certification. These field experiences have been carefully developed to compliment the educational programs and meet the necessary requirements for certification.
Current Clearances are required to partake in field experiences. Clearances Information
An overview of the services provided through the Department of Field Services, as well as the Placement Policy, can be found in the F.A.Q. in the menu on the right.
We are located within the College of Education and Human Services in Stayer Hall, Room 120.
Semester Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Visits by appointment only. Please call or email for an appointment.
Effective May 22, 2020 click here for the most current testing information.
Fall 2020 -College of Education and Human Services Position Statement on Field Experience
Your placement for internship or student teaching may require you to participate in the class remotely, either through video of an in-person classroom or through the learning management system used by the district. Your placement may require you to participate in classroom instruction in person. The teacher certification programs at Millersville will require that you engage in the internship or student teaching as your school has determined, with the understanding the instructional mode may change during the semester. Your obligation is to either participate in the internship as the classroom, school and district has determined or take a leave of absence from the university until Spring 2021.
Can I go into my Field Placement?
For guidance on what to do if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please reference the ‘Field Placement Guidance’ document under the MU COVID Updates webpage for Reporting Flowchart Procedures. This document has been created by an Ad Hoc Committee of Faculty from across the PEU unit.