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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:

Academic Engagement Programs (AEP)

Academic Engagement Programs provides programs and services that foster rigorous academic activities, integrate and enhance traditional curricular activities, and create meaningful opportunities for student-faculty engagement. The Center is the hub for several programs and activities, including Summer Session Initiatives, the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, student innovation programs including The InVenture Prize, Living Learning Communities, and more.  

Clough Commons, Suite 205

Tutoring & Academic Support (TAS)

Tutoring & Academic Support supports students in their academic pursuits with one to one tutoring in over 135 courses, helpdesks for math, physics, chemistry, and computing for engineers, and Peer-Led Undergraduate Study (PLUS).

Clough Commons, Suite 283

Career Center

The Career Center 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

Serve-Learn-Sustain (SLS)

Serve-Learn-Sustain focuses on service learning and community engagement – educating students through classroom, co-curricular, and real-world learning, both on campus and off, to contribute to the task of “creating sustainable communities.” Students in any major can now work on community-focused projects incorporated into classroom learning. SLS has facilitated, and will continue to develop, key partnerships with community organizations, non-profits, government organizations, and industry partners that focus on joint learning, research, and action. The Serve-Learn-Sustain program also provides access to related co-ops, internships, research opportunities, and study abroad programs. 

Clough Commons, Suite 205

Honors Program (HP)

The Honors Program combines the challenging academic standards of one of the world's finest research universities with the closer student-faculty connections one might expect to find at smaller colleges. Its mission is to create a lively environment where students and faculty members learn from each other through a common commitment to intellectual inquiry, careful analysis, and energetic exchange of ideas.  

Armstrong & Hefner Residents Halls

Pre-Graduate & Pre-Professional Advising (PGPP)

Pre-Graduate and Pre-Professional Advising works with students who choose to attend professional or graduate school or pursue prestigious fellowships. We support students and alumni considering careers in academia, health, law, teaching, and other fields. Our programs and advisors encourage students to reflect on their knowledge, skills, experience, and strengths to determine the best path forward to their immediate and long-term goals. For students interested in professional school, our advisors ensure that students are prepared for the competitive admissions process to medical school and other health-related programs.

Student Success Center, 1st floor lobby


Undergraduate Advising & Transition (UAT)

Undergraduate Advising & Transition helps students to become successful and responsible global citizens who make meaningful contributions in their communities. UAT provides respectful, responsive, informed support for students to identify and achieve their academic and professional goals, including exploratory advising, academic coaching, academic intervention programs and services for students who are experiencing academic difficulty (such as GT2100), and other student success programs and workshops. It also includes GT’s first year and transfer-year transition courses, GT1000 and GT2000 as well as Project One.

Clough Commons, Suite 283

Photo Information

AEP - Team Sanivation wins 2014 InVenture Prize; they developed a mobile solution to help people who don’t have access to hygienic bathrooms.
TAS - Students prepare for final exams at CAS' Reading Day study sessions.
Career Center - 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.
PGPP - A Georgia Tech student meets with a PGPP advisor.
UAT - A Georgia Tech student meets with Wes Kirkbride, an academic advisor.