Undergraduate Education at UT Dallas
The Office of Undergraduate Education's mission is to ensure that educational experiences for all undergraduates are enriching, diverse, and challenging so that they become globally aware and engaged citizens, while also reaching their individual goals and potential. Comprised of five areas, the Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE) oversees a variety of services and initiatives critical to enrollment, student success, and retention. The Office of Undergraduate Education supports the coordination of undergraduate education across the eight schools.
The OUE manages the Academic Excellence Scholarship program and several engagement programs designed to promote undergraduate mentorship, research, and service. Undergraduate Education coordinates academic advising, administers the teaching evaluation system, monitors academic compliance for NCAA athletes, manages pre-professional training programs such as Pre-Health and Pre-Law, and collaborates with the Collegium V honors program. In addition, all freshman and sophomore students without declared majors are advised by the OUE. The office oversees the tutoring, Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL), Supplemental Instruction (SI), the Writing Center, Math Lab, Comm Lab, Comet Cents, and group study activities managed by the Student Success Center. Early alert programs, such as Resource Connections, and academic outreach initiatives are also critical components of the Office of Undergraduate Education.