MTEL Preparation Workshops
Are you struggling to pass the MTEL? Are you feeling overwhelmed and not sure where to focus your study time? Try one of the various MTEL Preparation Workshops at Fitchburg State University. Our workshops are conveniently offered in the evenings and on weekends to accommodate life’s busy schedule.
All MTEL workshops are $180 for non-matriculated students. If you are a current Fitchburg State matriculated undergraduate and graduate student, you may take these courses at no additional cost.
MTEL Workshop Flyer (PDF)
Spring 2016 MTEL Workshop Schedule
**NOTE TIME and DATE CHANGE!
Communication and Literacy
Please Note: The Communication and Literacy MTEL Prep course is offered to Matriculated Students through the Tutoring Center.
|CRN and Course Number||Dates||Times||Cost||Location/
01/20/16 - 05/19/16
|5:30pm - 7:30pm||$180 for non-matriculated students||Location: TBD
This course highly recommends the purchase of The Official THEA™ Test Study Guide (ISBN: 0-89056-022-6), which is available at the Fitchburg State University Bookstore for $19 and at other retailers.
For more information on the Communication and Literacy MTEL Prep course, please go to the Tutoring Center's Website.
Matriculated Students (student that is admitted into an undergraduate or graduate program at Fitchburg State)
Register via Web4. The MTEL Preparation Workshops are free for Fitchburg State University matriculated, degree-seeking students.
Non-Matriculated Students (student that is not admitted into an undergraduate or graduate program at Fitchburg State)
Fax registrations will be accepted provided a completed registration form and credit card information is submitted to (978) 665-3639. Full payment is required prior to the start of the workshop.
Mail registrations will be accepted provided a completed registration form and check or credit card information is submitted to: Center for Professional Studies (CPS), Fitchburg State University, 160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420. Full payment is required prior to the to the start of the workshop.
Center for Professional Studies, 150B Main Street