The Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE) works to develop an intellectual community at Tech and to foster faculty/student interaction on campus. The following units provide exemplary academic support programs and services that enrich the learning experience of undergraduates within an engaging and welcoming environment. Our major reporting units are as follows:

Center for Academic Enrichment (CAE)

CAE fosters growth by giving students the opportunity to engage with one another and faculty in research and innovation programs, academic seminars, fellowships, campus-wide reading programs, discussion groups, living-learning communities, and other events in which they can share ideas, explore possibilities, and take initiative.

Clough Commons, Suite 205
404-385-8543

Center for Academic Success (CAS)

CAS supports undergraduate students in achieving their academic goals through a range of both personalized and campus-wide initiatives that foster self-regulated learning, enhance academic skills, and create opportunities for leadership and continued development within and beyond Georgia Tech’s rigorous environment.

Clough Commons, Suite 283
404-894-1945

Center for Career Discovery & Development (C2D2)

C2D2 helps students from all majors not only get work but learn how work works. They partner across campus and around the globe in “career communities” of students, employers, faculty, alumni, and parents to support students’ career discovery and development.

Student Success Center, 1st floor lobby
404-894-2550

Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain (SLS)

SLS educates students; builds the capacity of faculty; and facilitates campus-wide participation, bringing together key partners from government, community, nonprofit, academic, and business sectors—all in the name of sustainable communities.

Clough Commons, Suite 205
404-385-8543

Honors Program (HP)

HP fosters curiosity, creativity, and connection—for Honors Program participants, Georgia Tech, and communities beyond. HP students are encouraged to pursue their curiosity, creativity, and connection across disciplinary boundaries and the boundary between theory and practice.

Armstrong & Hefner Residents Halls
404-385-7532

Summer Session Initiatives (SSI)

SSI improves the utilization of GT’s summer session by expanding learning and career exploration opportunities offered by campus partners and encouraging students to take advantage of them.

A. French Building, Suite 103
404-385-5719

Undergraduate Academic Advising (UAA)

UAA helps students to become successful and responsible global citizens who make meaningful contributions in their communities. UAA provides respectful, responsive, informed support for students to identify and achieve their academic and professional goals.

Clough Commons, Suite 283
404-385-7556

Photo Information

CAE - Team Sanivation wins 2014 InVenture Prize; they developed a mobile solution to help people who don’t have access to hygienic bathrooms.
CAS - Students prepare for final exams at CAS' Reading Day study sessions.
C2D2 - Undergraduate students wait to be interviewed at the Fall Career Fair—the campus' largest undergraduate fair.
SLS - Students, Faculty, and Staff tour the Atlanta Beltline as part of the iGniTe sustainability track.
HP - HP Students and Director, Roberta Berry, in Oxford, England during their summer study abroad program.
SSI - Provost Bras welcomes first-year students taking part in the summer iGniTe program.
UAA - A Georgia Tech student meets with Wes Kirkbride, an academic advisor.