Information for new UGS students.
Make an appointment with an academic advisor or career counselor in the Center for Strategic Advising & Career Counseling.
Learn about the core curriculum requirements, courses required for every major on campus.
Apply for the Summer Exploration Grant (open to UGS students only) and get up to $2,000 to fund a summer real-world experience.
The Sanger Learning Center offers one-on-one and drop-in tutoring, students and staff who can help you improve your study skills, free review classes, and much more.
Become a FIG mentor to help new first-year students transition to college life and academics.
Apply to become an Archer Fellow and travel to Washington, D.C. to live, intern, and take classes that count toward your UT degree.
Partner with a faculty member and conduct undergraduate research with help from The Office of Undergraduate Research.