Education Professional Standards Board
You are here: Skip Navigation LinksKEPP ReportCard > Colleges/Universities > General Information
Home | Feedback | About KEPP
Union College

General Information
Praxis II Assessments
SLLA & KYPT Assessments
New Teacher Survey Results

**This institution has been identified, as defined in 16 KAR 5:010 Section 24, as an institution that is 'null.'**

About the Preparation Program*
The teacher education program at Union College develops teachers who are fully competent in their fields and who are excellent at the craft of teaching. Students complete a three-tiered educational experience, beginning with the liberal education core curriculum. These courses expose students to the arts and sciences to broaden their world view and stretch them academically. The second level of experience involves the selection of an area of specialization. For secondary education majors, this specialization can take the form of a traditional major (30 semester hours), or can be a broad area of specialization (48 semester hours). Elementary grades majors select an area of academic concentration (21 semester hours). Middle grades majors complete two teaching fields of at least 24 semester hours each. The capstone of the teacher education program is the professional preparation sequence of courses. These courses take the student from a theoretical study of the field of teaching through practical and clinical experiences, culminating in a twelve-week student teaching assignment.

Designated Head of Educator Preparation Program
   Jason Reeves
   310 College Street
   Barbourville, KY 40906
   Phone: (606) 546-4151   Fax :(606) 546-1663

Current Accreditation Status:
   State Accreditation:Continuing accreditation
   Granted : Aug, 2010
Quality Performance Indicator:
Quality Performance Index: Unavailable until further notice On May 14, 2007 the Education Professional Standards Board appointed the Educator Preparation Program Quality Measurement Committee to review the accountability measure(s) of educator preparation programs. On June 18, 2007, based on a recommendation from this committee, the EPSB voted in favor of waiving the QPI portion of the KEPP report card.

For details see: Click here.

The Educator Preparation Program Quality Measurement Committee will continue to meet on a regular basis in order to assist the EPSB staff in identifying effective program quality assessment measures. Once developed and implemented, the new measures will replace the QPI portion of KEPP report card.
Next Scheduled Accreditation Visit:
    Spring 2015

Web Site:
Supporting Links:
  Accreditation and Approved Certificate Programs
  Approved Program by Certificate Area
  New Teacher Assessment by Certificate Type
  Federal Title II Website
  EPSB Home Page

*To facillitate understanding, the report card uses the term "program" instead of the accreditation term "unit". For purposes of the report card, the two terms are synonymous, with "program" referring to ALL of the individual education programs offered by an institution or agency.