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Academic Success & Advising (ASA)

The Office of Undergraduate Education’s (OUE) Academic Success & Advising (ASA) unit creates and implements a comprehensive vision around academic success at Georgia Tech. ASA brings together OUE’s programs and student services that focus on advising, tutoring, pre-graduate/pre-health advising, and first-generation & limited income student resources. ASA also provides leadership for a wide range of targeted initiatives and special projects that impact retention, persistence, and timely degree completion. 

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ASA Programs

First-Generation & Limited Income Student Initiatives

First-Gen creates an environment for first-generation and limited income students that welcomes diverse cultures and ideas that inspires holistic learning and champions innovation.

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Pre-Graduate & Pre-Professional Advising

PGPP helps students to prepare competitive applications for health professional school, graduate school, or institutionally endorsed fellowship opportunities.

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Tutoring & Academic Support (TAS)

TAS provides free, appointment-based tutoring to all undergraduate students, guided group study via Peer-Led Undergraduate Study sessions, and drop-in tutoring.

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Undergraduate Advising & Transition

UAT provides support for students to identify and achieve their academic and professional goals, including exploratory advising, academic coaching, academic intervention programs, and student success programs.

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Retention & Completion Initiatives (RCI)

Retention & Completion Initiatives (RCI) strategically advances student success as an institutional priority, cultivating cross-campus collaborations and dynamic partnerships to support the undergraduate experience at Georgia Tech by examining policies and structures impact retention, persistence, and timely degree completion and fostering an academic support network for high-priority student groups.

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Learn more about 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 curricular and co-curricular offerings to assist students in developing a strong foundation for success, during college and after.