It is our belief that learning can happen anywhere – and we challenge our future educators to be active and engaged and to think outside the box. Our Lutheran heritage fosters compassion and character, and helps our graduates advocate for their students and work collaboratively so that the conditions of their school, community and society are better places to live, learn, and work.
Our students achieve exceptionally high-pass rates on the Praxis II exam and State of Ohio’s licensure exam. Graduates from our program have earned teaching positions across the country including in Winterville, N.C., Pompano Beach, Fla., South Bend, Ind., and Columbus, Ohio.
Education minors pursuing a career in secondary education STEM fields may be eligible for the Robert C. Noyce Scholarship. Learn more about the Noyce Scholarship on the Wittenberg Noyce Scholarship homepage.
P. O. Box 720
Springfield, OH 45501
Office of Teacher Licensure & Placement