Future Teachers Program

FTP is an invite only group, accepting students through an application process.

The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater College of Education and Professional Studies Future Teacher Program (FTP), is a residential learning community developed to assist multicultural/minority students who are interested in becoming Future Teachers as well as students interested in teaching in high-need areas; Biology, Chemistry, Spanish, Math, Special Education, ESL/Bilingual/Bicultural, Library Media, and Early Childhood (males). FTP is a invite-only group, accepting students through an application process. FTP provides a one-week summer program, allowing students the opportunity to engage in mentoring and involvement in important campus programs during the critical freshman and sophomore years.

Who can I live with if I join this Learning Community?

  • You can live with anyone in a Learning Community living in Knilans Hall (please see our FAQ page for a complete listing of those LCs in Knilans Hall)

Available For:

  • Students who apply and are admitted to the FTP program.


  • Knilans Hall

Linked Classes:

  • Fall semester: Introduction to Special Education (Speced 205), New Student Seminar (Intraunv 104),
  • Spring semester: World of the Arts (Gened 110)

Learning Community Coordinator

Janay Alston

(262) 472-1644
Email: AlstonJS16@uww.edu


First Year Experience Office
UC 245
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
800 W. Main Street
Whitewater, WI 53190

Contact Us

Phone: (262) 472-3205
E-mail us!