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Academic Advising

One of our key priorities in the Office for Undergraduate Education is to ensure that our students are on track academically and to assist in situations where students have run into unexpected challenges.

OUE Advising

All Emory College students are assigned a professional academic advisor in the Office for Undergraduate Education (OUE). OUE Advisors assist students with course planning, degree progress, and navigating challenges or concerns that may occur, and can provide referrals to appropriate campus partners to aid students in resolving concerns. The OUE advisor assists students throughout their time at Emory College.

Students can find their assigned advisor information and schedule appointments in College Connect.

OUE Advising has drop-in advising hours from 2 - 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, which students can access via the Virtual Reception Desk.

Major Advising

When students declare a major in Emory College, they are then also assigned a faculty major advisor in their chosen field of study. Faculty major advisors assist students with course selection and degree planning for their major field requirements. They can also provide guidance to students regarding career opportunities and application to graduate or professional schools.

Pre-Professional Advising

Emory College offers a dual degree program in engineering with the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a dual degree in nursing with Emory’s Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing.  Emory also offers a number of joint Bachelor’s-Master’s Degree Programs.

Students who are interested in the BBA program at Emory should review the Pre-BBA student website for more information.

Pre-Health Advising integrates and enhances the undergraduate pre-health experience. We offer programs, academic advising, and resources that will help you self -assess and integrate the research, academic, clinical, service, and study-abroad experiences that you need to successfully apply to healthcare professional schools.

The Pre-Law Advising Office, located in the Career Center, works with students interested in pursuing legal career pathways and prepares them to be successful in the law school application process. Schedule an advising appointment by calling The Career Center at 404.727.6211.

The Career Center also works with all students regardless of intended career destination.