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The Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE) challenges students to become accomplished learners who are able to make meaningful connections among work, study, and community.

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Cory Hopkins, Communications Specialist for the Office of Undergraduate Education

The Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE) challenges students to become accomplished learners who are able to make meaningful connections among work, study, and community. We connect success, during and after college. Whether your student needs help with a challenging course; wants to identify an undergraduate research opportunity; or plans to find a co-op or internship position, OUE can help. 

The Center for Academic Success (CAS) provides students with services to guide them with earning their degree, to enhance their study habits and to support them in academic areas in which they desire personal improvement. 

The Center for Academic Enrichment (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 activities (Project One), living-learning communities, and other endeavors in which they can share ideas, explore possibilities, and take initiative. 

The Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain (SLS) works with all six colleges to offer students opportunities inside and outside the classroom to collaborate with diverse partners – across the community, nonprofit, government, academic, and business sectors – on key sustainability challenges. Programs focus on these priority sustainable communities issues: Community Health, Equitable & Sustainable Development, Green Infrastructure, Water, & Citizen Science, Social Innovation, Climate Change & Energy, and the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).  Visit for more information.
The Center for Career Discovery and Development (C2D2) helps students find employment in private, public, and non-profit sectors, prepare for graduate and professional school, explore entrepreneurship, pursue research careers or fellowships, become involved with community or public service, and much more. C2D2 also helps place students in co-op and internship programs while they are still students. 

The Honors Program (HP) 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 exchangeof ideas. 

Summer Session Initiatives (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. This is a great opportunity for students to make the most of summer by advancing in their program of study, participating in experiential learning, conducting research, improving their academic standing, or exploring new subjects.

Undergraduate Academic Advising (UAA)  provides respectful, responsive, informed support for students to identify and achieve their academic and professional goals. Advisors will clearly communicate and collaborate with students to navigate institutional structures and connect with resources on campus. 

If you want information on advising, summer, tutoring, career services, research opportunities, sustainable communities, and so much more, follow us @GTOUE on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. 

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