The Office for Undergraduate Students supports students as they transition into collegiate life and introduces them to academic possibilities and professional opportunities. Through Academic Advising, we encourage students to reflect on their experiences enabling them to make informed educational choices. Leadership and Professional Development empowers students to make connections between their educational pursuits and their possible professional directions through specially designed courses and workshops. The Internship Program provides students with opportunities to explore careers, acquire professional experience, prepare for post-graduate employment, and earn academic credit. Additionally, the Office for Undergraduate Students maintains records and assists in educating students on technology that will allow them to monitor their progress towards graduation.
The Office for Undergraduate Students guides and supports students from orientation to graduation as they explore the many experiential possibilities that the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences provides. We empower students to begin a process of self-discovery, providing them with the resources to forge their own educational and professional direction.
The Office for Undergraduate Students aspires to be at the forefront in student support by continuously improving our services and advising in academics, professional development, and experiential education. We strive to create a welcoming and supportive environment for an increasingly diverse student population. We seek to foster collaborative relationships between University community members to promote student growth in mind, body, and spirit.
The Official OUS BLOG is designed to inform students and faculty about the experiences and opportunities that are possible through OUS programs, workshops, and courses. Please visit the BLOG for information about upcoming leadership & professional development, pre-law, and internship workshops and events.
Click the link HERE or the image below to check it out!
Office for Undergraduate Students
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Saint Augustine Center 107