Tyler Ronczka entered UD in fall 2015 with interests in government, politics, and statistics. After one year as a UST student, he declared a major in Economics. Tyler enjoys being physically active and participating in the Blue Hen Leadership Program.
Each year, BHLP hosts several campus-wide speakers in addition to facilitating workshops for program participants. BHLP also offers Alternative Spring Break trips to U.S. cities where students work with local organizations such as Habitat for Humanity and Gather Baltimore to promote positive changes for individuals and communities.
All UST advisors are seeing students on a walk-in basis only during the week of May 1 – 5. Due to the high volume of students we see during the early registration period, you will be restricted to a 15 minute session.
Regular appointments will be available again beginning May 8.
Please arrive at the office prepared to discuss your academic plans for next year.
UST is providing extended walk-in hours on April 26, 27, and 28 for undeclared students who need assistance with pre-registration for the fall 2017 semester.
Academic advisors are available from om 9:30 am – 1:00 pm and from 1:00 – 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.
Join representatives from the Lerner College of Business for a panel discussion on the relationship between law and wealth management. Discover career paths and opportunities in the field of financial planning and trust management. The new Trust and Wealth Management minor at UD will provide an accredited program comprised of up to 13 courses on taxation and estate planning.
April 26 from 5 – 5:45 p.m. in Purnell 116
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Are you interested in pursuing advanced education in the health sciences? Visit the Health Professions Information Fair on Wednesday, April 19 from 1:00-4:00 pm in Trabant Student Center. Representatives from over 40 graduate programs representing various health fields will be available to speak with students.
As you develop your academic plan, also consider visiting the Center for Health Profession Studies in 105E Pearson Hall, which supports all pathways for premedical studies as well as providing advisement and referral services for students pursuing other health related professions (such as dentistry pharmacy, and physical therapy).