The Office of Academic Enrichment offers a series of free in-person workshops designed to enhance the skills that support your academic success.
- Time Management: Tools for making your workload manageable, rather than letting it overwhelm you.
- Note-Taking: Strategies for recording class information in ways that prepare you for success on exams.
- Reading Strategies: Making the most of your textbook reading.
- Test-Taking: Maximizing your success on exams.
- Preparing for Finals: Managing time and focusing study strategies for success.
Join us in Harrington Commons for as many workshops as you would like to attend. No registration is necessary.
One way to learn more about particular majors and related career paths is to become familiar with the professional organizations in those fields of study. For example, the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) is a nonprofit association that represents a diverse membership of health education professionals and students. SOPHE members work in schools, universities, health care facilities, worksites, and government agencies. Their primary purpose is to raise awareness about the connection between health and the surrounding environment.If you are interested in learning about how to prevent disease, prolong life, and improve people’s mental and physical well-being, consider a major in Health Behavior Science (HBS). HBS majors gain the knowledge and skills to promote healthy lifestyles through conducting needs assessments, identifying health priorities, creating evidence-based health programs, and evaluating the impacts and outcomes of health promotion activities. Graduates of this program may find employment as a wellness coordinator, someone who manages fitness programs and wellness services in a variety of settings, including corporate gyms, non-profit recreational facilities, and university health centers.
Students are equal partners in the advising process. As an advisee, you are ultimately responsible for your academic and career decisions. Academic advisors are best able to assist you when you:
- devote time and energy to reflecting on and clarifying your values, abilities, interests, and goals;
- maintain contact with your advisor at relevant times during the semester (e.g. registration, midterm);
- adequately prepare for advising sessions by reviewing the university catalog and course offerings; and
- write down your questions to make sure you don’t forget to cover something important at your meeting.
September 12 is the last day to make changes to your schedule without a fee. If you are having difficulty in a class or have questions about alternative grading options such as withdraw, audit, and pass/fail, check with an advisor before making changes in UDSIS. Advisors are available from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm to see students on a first-come, first-served basis at the Center for Academic Success at 148-150 South College Avenue.
UST students may begin making appointments with their academic advisors beginning Wednesday, September 13. Appointments must be scheduled online.
Log on to BHSC Platform – www.udel.edu/bluehensuccess – SUCCESS Login
From the home page, click Get Advising.
Click through the “Schedule Advising Appointment” process:
□ Reason – select Academic Advising; select reason (e.g. Pre-Registration Advising); click Next
□ Location – select University Studies Advisement Office
□ Advisor – select advisor; your assigned advisor will be indicated as (Your Advisor)
□ Time – select time – click into blue availability blocks to select the desired appointment time
Review appointment details and confirm:
□ Optional Comments – Please include possible majors you are considering.
□ Reminder – if desired, select email or text for appointment reminder.
□ Click Confirm Appointment
□ Success! Your Appointment Has Been Created will be the confirmation text upon completion.
Remember to bring your UDID card with you to your appointment. You need it to check in at the front desk.