From your first semester on campus through your graduate studies, it’s never too early or late to get involved in experiential learning.
A great way to start is to speak with your advisor about how to make the most of your time at UT. Ask your advisor to guide you toward courses that offer experiential learning opportunities such as fieldwork, labs, service-learning, undergraduate research, and volunteering.
Research takes place across all majors. Early in the semester, talk to your instructors about undergraduate positions they may have available within their research groups.
Talk to other students about groups or organizations they work with. You might find an unexpected opportunity to get involved!
When selecting classes, look for courses that have an experiential learning designation: a course with an S immediately following the course number indicates a service-learning course, an R indicates an undergraduate research course, and an N indicates an internship course.
Want to explore more Experience Learning opportunities? The following campus units are staffed with experts who can also help.
Visit the center’s website for academic coaching and tutoring hours and to schedule an appointment.
Greve Hall, Room 324
- Find tutors, academic coaches, and support programs
- Discover tips and resources tailored to each academic year on the center’s website
Schedule an appointment or visit during walk-in hours.
Student Union, Level 2
- Get on track with major and career exploration
- Learn about Vol Treks, internships, and part-time jobs
Check out the Career Profile, in which you can:
- Explore majors and career paths under consideration by searching job titles and salaries of recent UT graduates
- Report your internship or study abroad experience
- Report your next step after graduation (job, graduate school, military, entrepreneurial pursuits or whatever yours plans are)
If you have questions about FYS programs or courses, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greve Hall, Room 217
- Ensure your transition to UT goes smoothly with tailor-made courses for new students
- After your first year, become a peer mentors and assist faculty and staff instructors in a section of FYS 101
Student Union, Suite 193
- Find community involvement activities
- Expand your leadership skills
If you have LLC questions, email University Housing at email@example.com.
217 Andy Holt Ave
- Live and study in residential neighborhoods with students who share your academic and professional interests
- Connect with faculty, develop your leadership capacity, and discover opportunities for service and undergraduate research
By appointment only—email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greve Hall, Room 316–17
- Get assistance with finding and applying for nationally competitive funding opportunities like the Fulbright
- Attend ONSF information sessions and workshops throughout the academic year
By appointment only—email email@example.com.
Melrose Hall, Room H109
- For all majors—uncover deeper meaning in your academics
- Acquire specific skill sets needed to compete in various career fields and graduate school
Virtual walk-in advising available. See the PAO website for more info.
Melrose Hall, Room G101 (1620 Melrose Ave)
- Prepare yourself to compete in today’s globalizing world
- Study, intern and engage in service-learning and research abroad