Last Day to Change your Registration or Withdraw from Courses!
The last day to change registration or withdraw from courses without academic penalty is Monday, May 2, 2022. Students will receive a grade of “W” for courses they withdrawn from after the first 10 class days.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.
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.
The Associate in Arts Program continues the Spring Guest Speaker Series by presenting a Panel of Professional Artists!
A career in the arts can be fulfilling, but challenging! If you are interested in pursuing a career in the arts —music, acting, film, TV, visual art, photography — join us on April 25 for a panel discussion with four professional artists from Delaware and hear about their inspirations, the benefits and drawbacks of their chosen field, how they launched their careers, and much more!
Join us via Zoom (link below) on Monday, April 25th during the AAP Common Hour, 12:25-1:25pm
Cliff Hillis- Singer-Songwriter
Rob Waters- Filmmaker & Illustrator
Keith Mosher- Visual Artist, Photographer, Clothing Designer
Michael Sprouse: Visual Artists, Journalist, Television & Radio Host
The Review is accepting applications for summer positions!
Looking for a flexible commitment for the summer? Join the summer staff of The Review, UD’s only independent student newspaper. These positions are open to ALL students, whether you will be entering another year of the AAP in the fall or heading to main campus.
Interested in being a part of UD’s Student Government Association? You are encouraged to enter the election process for the Associate in Arts College Academic Affairs Senator position!
The Student Government Association will be holding Spring elections for our Academic Affairs Senators from April 18th-April 22nd. Our mission is to enhance student life by actively addressing student issues as the liaison among students, faculty, and administration. We aim to provide sustainable and tangible change on campus while building trust and transparency.
In order to campaign during our upcoming elections, candidates are required to attend ONE of the following rules meetings to learn more about the positions and election rules. The meetings will be held via this Zoom link.
Our rules meetings are as follows:
– 4/11 from 2:30-3:30pm
– 4/13: 3:30- 4:30pm and 6-7pm
If you have any conflicts and are interested in the position(s) please email firstname.lastname@example.org. SGA hopes to see you there!
Fall registration is right around the corner, beginning on April 18! As a University of Delaware Blue Hen, your academic advisor is among your most important champions. Watch this video to learn what support you can expect from them and how you can make the most of your time together. Then, schedule an appointment with your advisor through Blue Hen Success!
If you plan on taking summer courses offered by the Associate in Arts Program, register EARLY! (Courses with low enrollment will be dropped from the schedule, so don’t delay!) Payment is not due immediately, but must be paid prior to the start of classes.
Students may need to register for Summer courses for the following reasons:
Sophomores graduating in Summer or Fall 2022 who need additional credits to meet the minimum graduation requirements.
First-year students who need the minimum GPA of 2.5 and/or minimum 24 credits by the end of Summer 2022 to keep the SEED scholarship.
First-year students who need to take additional credits to stay on track for Spring 2023 graduation. You should earn 30 credits a year to Finish in Two.
You can find available summer courses through the Summer Course Search page.
**you must set the Campus filter to your home campus to view available courses
This virtual forum is designed to bring together students of all ages, educators, and industry to showcase the mid-Atlantic region’s STEM opportunities and resources, and to discuss current and future talent skills and needs. This full day event is packed with content including keynote speakers, panel discussions, and opportunities to connect with the innovative companies that are creating job opportunities in the region.
Dean Levi Thompson will speak on the “Bridging the Gap Between Academia & Industry” panel, and Taylor Jacobs (RISE alumnae), will be a speaker on the “What Do Today’s Employees Seek In An Employer” panel.
There will also be a panel titled “How Not To Suck At Networking”, which will be hosted by Karen Leung (PI, NSF ATE Project on Industry Speed Networking, Workforce Development).
Both the College of Engineering and Career Center is providing free sponsorships for students who are planning to attend the conference.
Interested students may register today using this link, and promo code UDEL
You’ve made it halfway through the spring semester! All Students with 27 or fewer credits will receive mid-term grades no later than Friday, March 25, 2022. Although these grades are not part of your permanent record, these grades serve as an indicator of how are you are doing in your classes thus far.
To view your midterm grades, go to your UDSIS Student Center page & follow the directions below:
1) Use the drop-down menu under ACADEMICS.
2) Select GRADES.
3) Choose the term: Spring 2022.
4) On the next page: Class Grades – 2022 Spring Semester, you will see a list of your spring courses.
5) Click on the MID-TERM GRADES tab above your list of classes to see your current grades.
If you have any concerns about your performance, see your instructor immediately. Please also contact your academic advisor for further assistance.