OUE Departments

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

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, campus-wide engagement programs, living learning communities, and other endeavors in which they can share ideas, explore possibilities, and take initiative.

Clough Commons, Suite 205

Center for Academic Success (CAS)

CAS supports undergraduate students in their efforts to achieve their academic goals, develop into self-regulated learners, and thrive within Georgia Tech’s rigorous and academically challenging environment.

Clough Commons, Suite 283

Center for Career Discovery and 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

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

Honors Program (HP)

The Honors Program 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