Northeastern State University
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Northeastern State University
600 N. Grand Avenue
Tahlequah, OK 74461

Control: Public

 Northeastern State University's College of Education is a national leader in preparing teachers and other professionals.  Our roots are in teacher preparation and started with the founding of the Cherokee National Female Seminary in 1846, a fulfillment of a treaty stipulation that public and higher education be provided for the Cherokees.  With the arrival of statehood, the State Legislature of Oklahoma passed an act providing for the creation and location of Northeastern State Normal School at Tahlequah in 1909. The College of Education offers degrees on all three NSU campuses: Tahlequah, Broken Arrow, and Muskogee.

President: Dr. Steve Turner

Chief Academic Officer: Dr. Mark Arant

Unit: College of Education

Dean or Director: Dr. Debbie Landry

Telephone: 918-456-5511 ext. 3742
Fax: 918-458-2351
E-Mail: landryd@nsuok.edu

OACTE Representative: Dr. Debby Landry
Alternate OACTE Representative: 1-Dr. Vanessa Anton 2-Dr. Ken Hancock

Accreditation Status and Programs Offered

Conceptual Framework: Northeastern State University prepares professional educators to be teaching scholars, educational leaders and developers of human potential.


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Date last updated: September 3, 2014


September 3, 2014