Student Support

The Office of Undergraduate Affairs works with offices across campus to ensure students have a great experience at Emory and reach their academic goals to graduate on time.

Below are some of the offices students frequently use, but if you are ever unsure of who to reach, we’re happy to connect you to the appropriate office. Feel free to email us if you need additional assistance. You can also submit feedback (anonymously, if you prefer) using our OUA feedback form. 

 Contact the Office of Undergraduate Affairs 

OUA Feedback Form

Do you have an academic or other concern about an undergraduate student?  If so, please submit a Student of Concern Form.  Please note: this form is routed to an appropriate staff member either in the OUE (for academic support) or Student Case Management and Intervention Services (behavioral or social support). The OUA is unable to view Student of Concern forms but shares the form here as a resource to students, faculty, staff, and families. 

Academic Support

Having a strong network of people positively contributes to your academic success. We encourage you to build your network throughout your academic experience. Faculty, professional staff advisors and career counselors can help you to navigate and support your academic goals. We are invested in enabling your success both personally and professionally. If you need assistance with building your network, please feel free to contact us.

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Advising Support

Students have a strong network of people—from faculty advisers and career advisers, to professional advisers—to help navigate their academic careers. Professional advising provides students with important information regarding their major, minors, and certificates, along with specific degree requirements.

First Generation Student Support

If you are a First Generation College student, you belong here! Here are ways to connect at Emory.

Additional Academic Offices

Learn more about the offices that allow students to win prestigious awards, conduct innovative research, and apply for scholarships.

Study Abroad

Explore study abroad resources and opportunities, and determine which program is the right fit.