UC Irvine Student Named 2024 Phi Beta Kappa Key Into Public Service Scholar

On May 6, 2024, The Phi Beta Kappa Society announced this year’s recipients of its Key into Public Service scholarship program. We are excited to share that UC Irvine student Kayla Hoang was one of just 20 students selected for this prestigious honor. About Kayla...

Press Release: Phi Beta Kappa Announces 2024 Key into Public Service Scholars

20 Undergraduate Changemakers Selected for Scholarship Program Connecting Arts and Sciences Students with Public Sector Pathways Washington, D.C. May 6, 2024 – The Phi Beta Kappa Society, the nation’s most prestigious academic honor society and a leading national...

How the UCI LARC Empowers Student Success: Interview with a LARC Leader

Within the Division of Undergraduate Education at the University of California, Irvine (UC Irvine), there are several programs and units that students can turn to for academic help. For instance, the UCI Learning and Academic Resource Center (LARC) was established to...

UCI ANTrepreneur Center: First Step for First-Gen Student Entrepreneurs

At the University of California, Irvine (UC Irvine), the Division of Undergraduate Education comprises several units that all have the goal of empowering undergraduate students and supporting their academic and future success. The UCI ANTrepreneur Center is one of...

UCI PBK 2024 Visiting Scholar: Preview of Events

In 2017, UCI Phi Beta Kappa (UCI PBK) launched the Visiting Scholars Program to offer students the opportunity to spend time with some of America’s most distinguished academics and field experts. The goal of the Visiting Scholars Program is to contribute to and enrich...

UCI Undergraduate/Undeclared Advising Office Unveils New Location on Campus

At the University of California, Irvine (UC Irvine), there are several units dedicated to supporting the academic empowerment and overall success of undergraduate students. One of these units is the UCI Undergraduate/Undeclared Advising Office (U/U) which plays an...

UCI Director of Undergraduate/Undeclared Advising David B. Spight Publishes Study on Undecided Students

Recently, a study conducted by David B. Spight, Director of Undergraduate Undeclared Advising at UC Irvine, was published in the latest volume of NACADA Review: Academic Advising Praxis and Perspectives. Written in collaboration with Deirdre Mooney, Academic Advisor...

UCI Phi Beta Kappa Celebrates 50 Years

On Thursday, June 13, 2024, the Phi Beta Kappa Mu of California Chapter at UC Irvine (UCI PBK) will celebrate its 50th anniversary with several events for the campus and local communities to enjoy. The celebration, dubbed PBK Day 2024, will honor the milestones and...

Making a global difference: Anteaters have been involved with the Fulbright Program for three decades

Article by Chrissy Park, UCI Elizabeth Hafen ’22 is currently in Madrid, researching Spain’s immigration policies, as part of the Fulbright Program. Courtesy of Elizabeth Hafen   More than 200 Anteaters – 78 undergraduates and 129 graduate students – have...

Celebrating UC Irvine’s First-Gen Community: Highlights from UCI First-Gen Week 2023

The University of California, Irvine (UC Irvine) is a proud supporter of first-generation (first-gen) students, faculty, and staff. To honor UC Irvine’s incredible first-gen community of over 14,000, UCI Student Success Initiatives (SSI) hosts an annual celebration...

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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