About Undergraduate Studies
The Office of Undergraduate Studies
is charged with helping implement the University's educational mission. It does this by:
Maintaining, in cooperation with departments and colleges, general education and bachelor degree requirement courses. These courses seek to instill in students an appreciation for the acquisition of the knowledge, skills and perspectives that constitute the foundation of college and life-long learning, responsible and rewarding professional service, personal development, and civic responsibility. General education promotes free and rational inquiry, critical thinking, creative expression, understanding and respect for diversity, intellectual integrity and social responsibility
Assisting students as they transition to the University from high school or other educational institutions, complete their General Education and Bachelor's Degree requirements, and pick a major
Establishing new degree programs and reviewing existing programs for quality and coherence through the Undergraduate Council and in collaboration with colleges and departments
Providing administrative support for the following programs and offices: the Bachelor of University Studies degree, the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE), Continuing Education, the Honors College, the Learning, Engagement, Achievement, and Progress (LEAP) first-year experience program, National Student Exchange , Orientation, Study Abroad, the Undergraduate Council, the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP), University College Advising, Student Success and Empowerment Initiative, and Office of Outreach and Engagement.
Administering a variety of faculty and student awards and scholarships.
Please use our web page to find out more about our programs and opportunities or call us at the number below and we will be glad to help you in any way we can.
Office of Undergraduate Studies Mission: Helping you build a bridge to college and life-long learning, personal development, and civic responsibility.