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Academic Advising & Success Programs

Academic Advising in the Office for Undergraduate Education (OUE) provides a range of student support services and programs in partnership with faculty and academic departments. 

All Emory College students are assigned an OUE academic advisor who supports them from matriculation to graduation. OUE academic advisors work closely with their advisees, faculty, and campus partners to promote student success and ensure our students are on track academically.

OUE academic advisors are generalists who support students in a variety of areas, including graduation requirements, course selection, major/minor declaration, and academic policies. While faculty members in each academic department provide advising and mentoring in a student’s major/minor, OUE advisors help students navigate general education and graduation requirements. OUE academic advisors also assist students who experience medical, personal, or other challenges affecting their academic progress and connect them with appropriate campus resources.

Students can call (404) 727-6069, log-in to College Connect, or e-mail to schedule an appointment.   

Academic Success Programs

Academic Success Programs offers resources to enhance student learning at Emory. Support is available through a variety of programs including individual consultations, peer tutoring, peer lead group review (Learning Assistance), study groups, workshops, and targeted programming for specific populations. Students or faculty who would like more information about specific services and programs should visit Academic Support Programs