Start Planning for Fall Registration

Fall Registration opens April 17, 2023. Check your UDSIS Enrollment Date for when your registration window opens for Fall Semester registration. Prior to that date, be sure you do the following:

  • Meet with your Assigned Advisor to discuss fall course options.
  • Review the Course Search to select courses and sections that are available
  • Build a schedule with your selected courses and sections so that you are ready to register when your Enrollment Date opens
  • Be sure you have alternate courses in the event a course becomes full before you can register
  • Check that you have no Registration Holds in UDSIS; remedy any holds you may have prior to your Enrollment Date.

Fall Registration is coming soon- Check in with your Academic Advisor!

Fall registration is right around the corner, beginning on April 17! 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!

Last Change to Add or Drop courses

This Friday, February 17, 2023 is the last day to register or add courses. After this date, tuition and a $25 processing fee will be charged for change of registration. After February 17, students withdrawing from courses will receive a grade of “W” on the permanent record.

If you are considering dropping a class from your spring schedule, please follow these guidelines:

  • If you are already having difficulty in any course, you may be able to find an alternative. However, students should be cautious about adding a course this late in the semester because several courses have met up to 4 times, and assignments may be due soon. Courses should not be added at this point without contacting the instructor first.
  • If there is a hold placed on your records by Student Financial Services (you can see this on your UDSIS Student Center page), you must clear this up before you can add a course to your schedule. Please contact Student Financial Services at (302) 831-2126 if you’re in this circumstance.

If you have any questions or concerns about your schedule, please contact your campus academic advisor(s).

Information Session for Students interested in the Human Services major; 2/13/23

Join us to learn more about UD’s Human Services major! Human Services (HS) majors develop the skills necessary to make a difference in the lives of children, adolescents, adults, and families. HS grads can work in a variety of settings including non-profit organizations, schools, hospitals, community programs, legal aid, and advocacy organizations, where they can have a positive impact in fields such as youth development, disabilities, race relations, juvenile justice, substance abuse prevention, and domestic violence prevention.

If this is of interest to you, join us on Monday, Feb. 13, during Common Hour (12:25pm-1:15pm) to find out more. 

  • Wilmington students can attend in person in CEB Room 928.
  • Dover & Georgetown students can attend the live Zoom broadcast in rooms 761 and 142 respectively.

To join the info session individually, go to We’ll see you on Feb. 13!

Taking a Winter Course? Be aware of these important dates:

Winter Session 2023 dates

  • Tuesday, Jan. 3: First day of classes
  • Friday, Jan. 6: Last day to add or drop winter courses
  • Monday, Jan. 16: Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday; no classes meet and University offices are closed
  • Friday, Jan. 27: Last day to change registration or withdraw from a course without academic penalty
  • Friday, Feb. 3: Last day of classes
  • Saturday, Feb. 4: Final exams

Reminder: Office of Academic Enrichment offers FREE Drop-In Tutoring for all students!

UD’s Office of Academic Enrichment offers Drop-In Tutoring for all undergraduate students, including AAP students! No appointment is necessary, meet with a tutor in-person in Newark or virtually (limited) Sunday-Friday!

Interested students may scan the QR code above or access OAE’s website here:

Freshmen- Midterm Grades

  • Check Your Midterm Grades!
  • 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, October 14, 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: Fall 2022.
    4) On the next page: Class Grades – 2022 Fall Semester, you will see a list of your spring courses.
    5) Click on the MID-TERM GRADES tab above your list of 2022 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.

AAP Fall 2022 Tutoring and Support- Math, Writing, and Spanish!

As we continue with the Fall 2022 semester, we want to remind you that tutoring is available in Writing, Math, and Spanish! Take advantage of the free, expert academic support that will help you succeed at UD!

Writing Support: AAP tutors Michael Aronovitz and Dr. Brandy Yates can help you with creative, professional, and academic writing, from short stories and poetry to résumés, research papers, and oral presentations. AAP writing appointments are scheduled through the Blue Hen Success platform. View the Fall 2022 writing support flyer or visit our AAP Website for more information and instructions for setting up an appointment.

Math Support: Math tutoring for AAP students is available from Monday through Friday throughout the Fall 2022 semester. The Math Learning Lab is staffed with AAP faculty and skilled peer tutors who offer math support via Zoom. For Wilmington students, drop-in, face-to-face tutoring is also available in Room 926 CEB. No appointment is required for math tutoring; simply visit For more information, see the Fall 2022 math support flyer or visit our AAP Website.

Spanish Support: Virtual Spanish tutoring is available for AAP students from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. on Mondays. The AAP’s Dr. Stasie Harrington offers Zoom tutoring sessions through which all AAP students can receive assistance with coursework in Spanish 105, 106 and 107. Virtual tutoring appointments are scheduled through Blue Hen Success. To schedule a 20-minute Zoom tutoring session with Dr. Harrington via Blue Hen Success, visit

Welcome to the Fall 2022 Semester! Mark your calendars with these important dates!

Welcome to the Fall 2022 semester, AAP students! We hope you enjoyed your summer! Tuesday, August 30th begins the fall semester so don’t forget to update your planners and calendars with these important dates:

Tuesday, August 30, 2022 – Classes begin at 8:00 a.m.

Monday, September 5, 2022 Labor Day, CLASSES SUSPENDED

Tuesday, September 13, 2022– Last day to add or drop courses

Friday, October 14, 2022 – Midterm grades posted to UDSIS

Monday, October 24, 2022 – Registration for Winter Session 2023 begins

Monday, November 7, 2022 – Registration begins for Spring Semester 2023

Monday, November 14, 2022 – Last day to change registration or withdraw from courses without academic penalty

Monday, November 21, 2022 – November 25, 2022 – Thanksgiving Break, classes suspended

Thursday, December 8, 2022 – Last day of classes

Friday, December 9, 2022 – Reading Day

Saturday, December 10, 2022 – Final Exams Begin

Friday, December 16, 2022 – Final Exams End

The end of the semester will be here before you know it, so plan ahead! For the complete list of dates and deadlines, please visit the Academic Calendar available online.

Introducing a 4-year pathway for AAP students interested in earning their BA in English Education!

Are you interested in becoming a middle school or high school English teacher? Introducing the newly cultivated 4-year curricular pathway for AAP students which will enable students to complete their BA in English Education and become certified middle and high school English teachers in 4 years!

This pathway is designed to diversify — and equip for equity-oriented, anti-racist work — the English teacher workforce in and around our local area.

Interested students can meet with their Academic Advisor on their AAP campus with any questions regarding their curricular plan while in AAP towards an English Education major. Students can also view the 4-year English Education AAP curricular plan here.