Registrar’s Office holding Spring Registration Office Hours

The Office of the Registrar’s staff will be available for Office Hours to answer Registration-related questions pertaining to Spring Course Registration. These are NOT advising sessions to select courses, this is primarily to assist with the registration of selected courses.

Thursday, November 12th: 2:00pm-3:00pm

Registrar Staff will be on hand to answer questions about registration and using Webreg. Log on anytime between 2 and 3 PM on November 12th if you have registration questions. Note this is NOT an Advising session. If you have questions about which classes to take you need to consult your Advisor.

Thursday, November 19th 1:00pm-2:00pm

Registrar Staff will be on hand to answer questions about registration and using Webreg. Log on anytime between 1 and 2 PM on November 19th if you have registration questions. Note this is NOT an Advising session. If you have questions about which classes to take you need to consult your Advisor.

Do You Want to be an AAP Peer Mentor for 2021-2022?

Are you interested in becoming an Associate in Art Program Peer Mentor for the 2021-2022 Academic Year?

This is a great opportunity to be involved with your AAP community and serve as a resource and role model for our incoming first-year students. Peer Mentors serve as a student liaison between the First Year Seminar faculty member and the First Year Seminar students while maintaining various roles and responsibilities. As a Peer Mentor, you will assist with UNIV116 class lectures, provide opinions and share first-hand experiences related to class discussions and topics, and assist in making connections with first-year students who may have questions or concerns.This is also a paid opportunity with UD, and a great resume enhancer!

To learn more about what being a Peer Mentor means within our Associate in Arts program, please join us for a brief information session on Friday, November 6th @ 12:00pm using the zoom link below. We hope to see you there!


McNair Scholars Program Open House! 11/12 @6:30pm

McNair Virtual Open House

Thursday, November 12th, 2020 from 6:30 PM -8:00 PM. Registration Link:

This event will provide UD students with information about the McNair Program and how to apply. This is a great opportunity for students to meet the McNair staff, current scholars, and alumni scholars.

McNair Scholars Program

The McNair Scholars Program was established to support low-income, first-generation college students and students from underrepresented groups in their preparation for graduate school. You can learn more about the program here:

To apply to be a McNair Scholar, students must meet the following requirements:

  • Be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Have completed 60 college credits by May 31st
  • Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 (sophomore), 3.0 (junior)
  • Be a first generation college student, or a student who is defined as low-income by the U.S. Department of Education, or of a background that is underrepresented in graduate education. Underrepresented McNair Participants are defined as: African-American, American Indian/ Alaska Native, Hispanic or Latino, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander.

The application deadline is February 12th, 2021, however, this year, the McNair program is implementing a rolling deadline for admissions.  Applications will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis. The online McNair application can be found here:

Reminder! Virtual Tutoring and Academic Coaching available!

We are halfway through the semester! Are you in need of some tutoring, support, or academic coaching to get you through the 2nd half of the semester? Get support now through the Office of Academic Enrichment! You can access the following academic resources at any time throughout the semester by going to

  • Tutoring: inexpensive ($12-15/hr) individual tutoring, FREE drop-in tutoring, and support for study groups (including helping students find one another to create a group).
  • Coaching: FREE one-hour and drop-in academic coaching sessions are available throughout each week.
  • Workshops: In addition to our workshops online, our staff is available to provide time management/study skills Zoom workshops to classes and organizations.

Your success depends on what you do next! Seek out these resources for support, or talk to your Academic Advisor today to be sure you are finishing strong this semester!

Alumni Career Panel- October 27th @4:00pm!

Register for free here!

The UD Alumni Career Panel is a great opportunity to hear from UD Alumni in various career fields are coming together for a panel to share valuable information on how to stand out in the job market! This event is sponsored by the UD English Department, UD Career Services Center, and UD Office of Development and Alumni Relations. Register using the link above to secure your spot to listen to this prestigious panel of UD Alumni!

October 27th @4:00pm

Registrar’s Office holding Office Hours for Registration Questions- 10/29/2020 @2:00pm

The Registrar’s Office is holding open office hours on October 19th from 2:00-4:00pm for any students who may have questions about how to register for Winter/Spring classes. This is NOT an advising session regarding which classes you should register for. This is specifically for how to navigate the registration process.

Join Zoom Meeting:

Password: REGISTER


Withdrawal Deadline Approaching!

Last Day to Change your Registration or Withdraw from Courses!

The last day to change registration or withdraw from courses without academic penalty is Tuesday, October 27, 2020. Students will receive a grade of “W” for courses they withdrawn from after the first 10 class days. The University offers no tuition rebates for registration changes, and students who make late changes must pay a one-time $25 fee. Please consult with your advisor to confer on changes in registration.

Grading Options:

L Listener (Audit) – Registration without credit or grade. Class attendance is required, but class participation is not.
P/F Pass/Fail – For specifically authorized courses. P grades are not calculated in indexes, but F grades will still be calculated. Pass/Fail grading cannot be used to fulfill university/college requirements.
W – Official Withdrawal

*If you would like to make any changes to your schedule, it is STRONGLY recommended that you meet with an advisor prior to making any changes.

AAP Student Hangout! 10/19 @5pm- AAP Students Only!

Students: Join the AAP Student Experience Ambassadors on Oct. 19 for a virtual hangout! This is a great chance for you to talk with other AAP students from around the state about your experiences, how your semester is going, how the Eagles are doing this season — whatever you like. This event is for students only. Stop by this Monday between 5:00 p.m. – 5:45 p.m. on Zoom at!

Winter Session Course Registration begins 10/26!

Stay on track for graduation! Get ahead on major requirements!

Taking courses over Winter is a great way to earn additional credits. Winter session begins January 4th for 5 week classes, and January 11th for 4 week classes.

  • Talk with your family about Winter Session.
  • Read about the Winter course offerings– 4 and 5 week options!
  • Associate in Arts Program tuition is only a fraction of main campus tuition. (Only $176 per credit hour.)
  • Review Winter financial aid or billing/payment options.

Registration for Winter Courses begins Monday, October 26, 2020.