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Undergraduate Education

The Division of Undergraduate Education includes over 20 units that live outside of the traditional departmental structure, and report to the LSA Dean’s Office through the Office of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education.

 

The Division is the administrative home to many of the College’s high-impact and experiential learning opportunities, including study abroad, learning communities, the First-Year Seminar Program, and undergraduate research, as well as academic support resources such as the Science Learning Center, the English Language Institute, the Language Resource Center, and the Comprehensive Studies Program.

We support the work of the LSA Curriculum Committee, and are equally dedicated to helping the College explore inclusive pedagogies and new curricular – and co-curricular – approaches to teaching and learning in the 21st century through academic initiatives such as Theme Semesters, community-based learning programs, and courses offered through Applied Liberal Arts.

Ultimately, we serve as a resource for students, faculty and staff engaged in various facets of the College’s undergraduate education mission both inside and beyond the classroom.