The California State University prepares more of California’s P-12 teachers than all other institutions combined — and nearly 8 percent of the nation’s teachers. In preparing educators, CSU is a leader in the state and nation in the quality of its programs, the focus on diversity, and the emphasis on K-12 partnerships.
Learn about the bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees and teaching credentials you can earn at the CSU.
Loans, grants, scholarships and more are available to help aspiring educators pay for their education.
The CSU works to address the teacher shortage and expand the diversity of teacher candidates.
Choose a campus from the menu below to learn about that school and its dean, associate dean and other administrators.
Meet the staff of the CSU’s systemwide Department of Teacher Education & Public School Programs.
Join us for "Better Together: California Teachers Summit" and other upcoming conferences and events.
California Academic Partnership Program (CAPP)
Center for the Advancement of Reading (CAR)
Center for Teacher Quality (CTQ)
Partnerships & Initiatives