Welcome back!

Stop by the Center for Academic Success between 10:30 am and 3:30 pm on Tuesday, February 6 for hot chocolate, cookies, and conversation with the UST peer liaisons. All UST advisors are seeing students on a drop-in basis only through February 9, 2018. Due to the high volume of students we see during the first week of classes, you will be restricted to a 15 minute session. You will be able to make regular appointments online beginning February 12.


Helpful Tips: Books and Other Supplies

Check your course syllabi or Canvas (the course management system used at UD) to see which books and other materials are required for your Spring classes. You can pre-order books online from UD Barnes and Noble. If you want to buy or rent your books in person, take a copy of your schedule with you to the bookstore at 83 East Main Street and staff will help you get the books you need.  

Networking Opportunity

Spring into Success is a two-day conference for residential and commuter students in their first year at UD. The keynote speaker is Arel Moodie, an author and entrepreneur who grew up in the projects of Brooklyn and went on to build a million-dollar business.

Workshops, panels, and presentations focus on three areas: Academic & Career Success, Student Involvement & Engagement, and Personal Development.

For conference registration, log in to your Housing Portal or contact Tierra Fields, Complex Coordinator.


In There Is Life After College: What Parents and Students Should Know About Navigating School to Prepare for the Jobs of Tomorrow (2016), former editor of the Chronicle of Higher Education and best-selling author Jeffrey J. Selingo offers keen insight and practical advice that can help any college student – regardless of major – identify marketable skills, find professional employment, and get a strong start on their careers.