Endorsements may attach to a license area of concentration. Content endorsements may attach to Elementary Education and Secondary Education. If attached to Elementary Education, the educator is qualified to teach 7th and 8th grade in a middle school. To be eligible for an endorsement area, you must already have a current Utah Educator License, or include form(s) with your Out-of-State (OOS) Application Packet.
All Educator Endorsement Applications should be submitted digitally to email@example.com
All original digital transcripts must be submitted (via Clearinghouse) to firstname.lastname@example.org
An SAEP is a way to allow an educator to earn an endorsement while teaching in the area. To be eligible for an SAEP, an educator must meet the following criteria before submitting an Endorsement application.
All current endorsement applications will only be available until April 2021. The new competency-based endorsement applications will be posted in March 2021. Please be aware of the pending change. Thank you!
To be eligible for an endorsement area, you must already have a current Utah Educator License, or include form(s) with your Out-of-State (OOS) or Alternative Routes to Licensure (ARL) Application Packet. The endorsement applications are also used to submit for a State Approved Endorsement Plan (SAEP).
The Public Education Job Enhancement Program (PEJEP) will only fund endorsement programs at this time. Mathematics Endorsements Level 3 and Level 4 can be earned through the Utah Mathematics Endorsement Project (UMEP) at Utah State University. Science Endorsements can be earned through the University of Utah. Minimum qualifications include having a secondary teaching license and working in a secondary setting in either Mathematics or Science.
T.H. Bell Incentive Loan Program (TILP)