|May 25, 2013||Filed under Uncategorized||
The University of Delaware English Language Institute’s “Global Community” (Rittenhouse Station) is featured in the most recent version of UD’s “Global” magazine! Click here to see the article.
|May 21, 2013||Filed under Uncategorized||
Friday, May 24 — Free trip to Washington D. C. Bus leaves 318 S. College at 8:00 a.m. Leave Washington at 5:30 p.m. Return to 318 S. College at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are free. A $20 deposit is required to reserve a seat. The deposit will be returned on the bus. Purchase at 189 W. Main
Saturday, June 8 – ELI Brandywine River Canoe Trip. Leave 318 S. College at 10:00 a.m. Return to 318 S. College at 3:15 p.m. Tickets $35. On sale now at 189 W. Main.
|May 16, 2013||Filed under Uncategorized||
Meet new students and reconnect with friends from previous sessions…PLUS, eat some amazing UDairy ice cream!
|May 14, 2013||Filed under Uncategorized||
|April 25, 2013||Filed under Uncategorized||
|April 17, 2013||Filed under Uncategorized||
This afternoon, ELI students, faculty, and staff joined together at Memorial Hall on the University of Delaware campus in order to show their support for the City of Boston as its residents recover from the tragedy that occurred at the Boston Marathon last Monday.
An ELI student from Saudi Arabia contacted the ELI Director, Dr. Scott Stevens, and suggested that everyone in the ELI community should wear blue today as a symbol to show that all of those affected in this tragedy are in our thoughts. Blue is one of the main colors of the Boston Marathon. The idea then evolved, resulting in students, faculty, and staff planning to gather together at Memorial Hall for a moment of silence.
Students created posters and brought flags from their countries to demonstrate that, even though they may not be US citizens, as citizens of the world they are appalled by the events that took place in Boston. They are keeping Bostonians in their hearts and prayers.
The ELI student body is currently made up of over 660 students, representing 22 countries.
Click here to see the UDaily feature on the ELI Support for Boston.