ANTrepreneur Center Mental Health Hackathon Finalists: Updates and Announcements

On May 25, 2022, the UCI ANTrepreneur Center concluded its three-part Hacking Student Success: Mental Health Innovation Challenge with an exciting pitch competition between 27 student teams. At the end of the competition, five teams were named winners, with each...

UCI ANTrepreneur Center Launches New Self-Starter Micro-Internships Program

On August 18, 2022, the UCI ANTrepreneur Center officially announced the launch of its new Self-Starter Micro-Internships Program. Created in partnership with Parker Dewey Micro-Internships, this program will give UCI students and recent graduates the opportunity to...

UCI CODAS Selected as 2022 EDUCAUSE Exemplar

We are excited to announce that the University of California, Irvine (UCI) Collaboratory for Data Analytics for Student Success (CODAS) initiative has been selected as an exemplar for the 2022 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report, Data and Analytics! This recognition highlights...

Everything You Need to Know About the UCI Underground Scholars Program

In 2018, Hector Cervantes launched the Underground Scholars Initiative at the University of California, Irvine (USI at UCI), a student-led organization dedicated to serving students directly and indirectly impacted by the California carceral system. An extension of...

UCI Scholars Land Prestigious Awards at Home and Abroad: 2021-22 Capital Fellows, Carnegie, Fulbright, Gates, National Science Foundation, Strauss, and Truman Honorees

Irvine, California, June 6, 2022 – The UCI Scholarship Opportunities Program (SOP) is pleased to announce that 22 UCI students have placed in nationally- and internationally-known prestigious merit scholarship competitions during the university’s challenging...

UCI ANTrepreneur Center Hosts Hacking Student Success: Event Series Focused on Developing Mental Health Solutions for College Students

In May, the UCI ANTrepreneur Center hosted the Hacking Student Success: Mental Health Innovation Challenge, a three-part event that invited UCI students to form teams and come up with original business ideas centered on the theme of student success and mental health....

UCI ANTrepreneur Center Announces Three-Part Mental Health Innovation Challenge with Keynote Speaker Metta World Peace

Mark your calendars! This May, the ANTrepreneur Center at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) is hosting a special three-part event titled Hacking Student Success: Mental Health Innovation Challenge. This event will invite UCI students to form teams and come up...

Stacy Branham Receives Inaugural UCI Digital Accessibility Innovator Award

Congratulations to Stacy Branham, Assistant Professor of Informatics at the University of California, Irvine (UCI), for winning the inaugural Digital Accessibility Innovator Award! This award, presented at UCI Celebration of Teaching 2022, recognizes Stacy’s...

Support UCI Student Success Initiatives, Support Students of Color

Wednesday, May 18 is UCI Giving Day 2022. On this day, we invite you to support UCI Student Success Initiatives (SSI). SSI supports traditionally underrepresented student populations at UCI with some of the best student programs in the nation. This Giving Day, all...

UCI ANTrepreneur Center: Supporting Student Entrepreneurs and Empowering Their Success

Wednesday, May 18 is UCI Giving Day 2022. On this day, we invite you to support the UCI ANTrepreneur Center. Since its establishment in 2014, the ANTrepreneur Center has served as the campus home where student entrepreneurs, or “ANTrepreneurs,” can develop the skills...

About Us

The Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE) is part of the Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning (OVPTL). The mission of the DUE is to support and enrich the academic experiences of undergraduate students so that they succeed and thrive.

DUE provides leadership, advocacy and coordination for campus initiatives that impact undergraduate education and enhance student access and retention. Working with faculty, the Academic Senate, academic support staff and others, DUE units deliver a wide variety of academic programs and services that support undergraduate teaching and learning campuswide.



Become involved in our broad range of experiential learning programs:

  • Conduct research
  • Intern in the Capital
  • Become an ANTrepreneur
  • Teach your own seminar
  • Earn a Fulbright and more
  • Join Campuswide Honors
  • Minor in Civic Engagement


Take a class or participate in a program designed especially for new students:

  • Meet a Mentor from the International Peer Group
  • Take the U/U class
  • Enroll in a Freshman Seminar
  • Visit the Transfer Student Hub
  • Attend Summer Bridge
  • Enroll in Global Sustainability


DUE provides academic support to undergraduates, Faculty and TAs:

  • LARC Tutorials
  • Study Skills Workshops
  • Writing Center Consultations
  • Placement Testing
  • Teaching Workshops
  • Student Learning Assessment
  • TA Training

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