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.
The Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE) supports the coordination of undergraduate education across the eight schools and oversees a variety of services and initiatives critical to student success and retention. The OUE manages 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 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 Student Success Center which houses six units (Peer Led Team Learning, Supplemental Instruction, Peer Tutoring, Writing and Communication Center, Academic Success Coaching and Comets Cents Money Management Centers) designed to help undergraduate students find academic success at UT Dallas. The Student Outreach and Academic Retention (SOAR) office is dedicated to providing individualized academic advising support to students on probation as well as anyone wanting further academic advising assistance. Through the Graduation Help Desk, the OUE helps UT Dallas undergraduate students overcome obstacles to timely graduation.