Saginaw Valley State University offers programs in education in Macomb County. This site has been designed to meet the needs of K-12 educators, administrators, and scholars throughout Michigan. The goal of the SVSU Regional Education Center - Macomb is to centralize and further develop all efforts that affect the quality of teacher education, preparing teachers to use technology effectively, apply best practice within state and national standards, and address classroom diversity.
Educational leaders in the region are invited to meet once per semester at the center to discuss needs and to identify initiatives, or may contact the Dean of the College of Education at any time with specific needs and/or initiatives:
David Callejo Pérez, Associate Provost
College of Education
Phone: 989 964 7107
The Regional Education Center - Macomb is located in Chesterfield Twp., Michigan. The Center offers close to 50 graduate courses a semester in Educational Leadership and Teacher Education: Early Childhood Education, K-12 Literacy Specialist, Instructional Technology & E-Learning, and Special Education. Graduate courses may also lead to an Education Specialist degree, Director and Supervisor of Special Education administrative approval as well as endorsements in Early Childhood, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Learning Disabilities, Cognitive Impairment, and Emotional Impairments. Computer laboratories and distance learning opportunities in the facility prepare teachers to use technology effectively and provide innovative professional development opportunities in the area.
The Macomb Center is open four days a week to meet the needs of working professionals. Certification appointments are available with an on-site certification advisor. For more information, contact the Macomb Center directly at (586) 749-0067.
David Callejo Pérez, Ed.D.
Vetta Vratulis, Ph.D.
College of Education Dean's Office,
Gilbertson Hall, North 275
University Center, MI-48710
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.