Q: Who is eligible for membership in REG?
A: All graduates of the CSUF Master of Science in Education, Reading program are invited to join REG. Associate memberships are available for students in the graduate reading program and interested reading educators from the community.

Q: How can I join REG?
A: Print and complete the application form that is available on this website.
Mail the completed form and a check to:

CSUF, Reading Department, CP570
PO Box 6868.
Fullerton, CA 92834

Q: What are the benefits of REG membership?
A: The benefits of membership include:

  • The opportunity to network with faculty and classmates by attending REG sponsored events;
  • Access to REG’s newsletters with updates on department news, announcements of seminars and conferences, listings of job opportunities and articles of interest to the reading professional.
  • The REG membership directory with contact information for all members. The directory is an excellent resource for locating tutors, reading/language arts specialists and teachers at all levels.
  • Opportunity to be included on the Literacy Tutors List maintained by REG and the Department of Reading.

Q: What events does REG sponsor?
A: REG sponsors three annual events for its members.

  • The “Concert Under the Stars” is a campus-wide event at which REG reserves seats for members who wish to enjoy the company of fellow alumni and the talents of faculty, alumni, and students from the Music, Theater and Dance Departments. The evening culminates with a fabulous fireworks display. The concert is typically held on the second or third Saturday of September. Information is available on the university website.
  • The annual breakfast meeting is typically held in March. Reading professionals and experts on the latest developments in the field of reading are invited as guest speakers and scholarship recipients and outstanding alumni are recognized. The meeting is an opportunity for professional development and networking. Reservations are required.
  • In May, Reading Educators’ Guild hosts a reception for the graduates of the Master of Science in Education, Reading program following Commencement exercises. At the reception the Outstanding Graduates are recognized and a one-year complimentary membership in REG is given to all graduates.

Q: How does REG support the Reading Department?
A: REG supports the department in the following ways:

  • Assists in maintaining a list of literacy tutors in private practice
  • Provides names of members who can serve as advisory board members to the department.
  • Provides scholarships for current graduate students
  • Provides scholarships for students attending the reading center.
  • Nominates former students to be recognized as outstanding alumni.
  • Manages the Hancock Fund

Q: How can I get a copy of the Literacy Tutor List?
A: Contact Shannon Wilson at swilson@fullerton.edu

Q: How can I be included on the Literacy Tutor List?
A: Contact Shannon Wilson at swilson@fullerton.edu

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Page updated: June 16, 2014