Winthrop University: College of Education

While Winthrop's campus is closed in compliance with state and national guidelines for COVID-19, our dedicated Admissions team is available to help you. To speak with someone from Admissions, please call 803-323-2191 between the hours of 9am-3pm (Monday-Friday) or email any questions to The health and safety of our staff and students is of the utmost importance so we will do our best to be available for you as long as we can.

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Need Help During Virtual Campus Operating Hours?

In an effort to help College of Education faculty, staff, students, and family we are adding communication options. Our staff and GAs will be available as described below and will help find the information you need, whether that is answering your question or redirecting your request. Questions about courses, specific assignments, or clarifications on course related information should be sent directly to the instructor.

E-mail Questions 

Send general inquiries throughout the day to Our graduate assistants are regularly monitoring this e-mail Monday to Friday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. They will respond as soon as they have an answer. Provide as much information as you can to help ensure we understand your need or question. 

Speak to a Staff Member

Monday to Friday from 10-11 a.m. and 2-3 p.m., Ms. Rawls will be live in MS Office Teams to receive calls. Note we may extend these hours so check back.

You will need to sign on to Office 365 at using your Winthrop credentials. When making a call in Teams contact Students, DO NOT include “mailbox” in your e-mail address.


About the College of Education

Who are we? We are the flagship teacher education program in South Carolina and the region. We are transforming teacher education through innovative clinical practice in partnership with schools and community organizations. We are making a difference! Just watch and listen here.

What do we offer? We also offer exceptional programs in Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Human Development and Family Studies, and Sport Management through courses and internships relevant to today's workplaces. We offer dynamic graduate programs designed to meet 21st century challenges.

Why come here? Easy answer — you will engage in clinical activities that will clearly connect research to professional practice and participate in a learning community committed to your academic success and professional future. Additionally, The Richard W. Riley College of Education and degree programs within the college are accredited or nationally recognized.

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Last Updated: 3/26/20