The Office of Undergraduate Education (UE) is a campus office reporting to the Provost. Its charge is to examine the entire undergraduate student experience, assess outcomes, identify gaps, and launch and support student-facing campus initiatives. Current key projects in UE include a focus on first-year academic programs with the development of First Year Seminars and First-year Interest Groups (FIGs); the coordination of undergraduate academic policies; the development of a coordinated campus advising structure; the coordination of the math placement process; and the coordination and assessment of campus retention and persistence initiatives. We are currently working on a two year initiative, Foundations of Excellence, which is focused on optimizing the first-year experience of our undergraduates.
Meet our team: the Office of Undergraduate Education includes Mary Kraus, Vice Provost and Associate Vice Chancellor; Elizabeth Garfield, Executive Aide to the Vice Provost; Paul Chinowsky, Associate Vice Provost; and Shelly Bacon, Assistant Vice Provost.
Undergraduate Education oversees a variety of programs and offices that aren’t affiliated with any single college but that serve all students across campus and a cornerstone of our work is in developing and assessing initiatives that are focused on student success and engagement. These include:
The Office of Undergraduate Education is located in the Regent Administrative Center, Suite 203. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-492-8477.