Attention Dover & Georgetown Campuses! Get ready for the annual Halloween Costume Contest!

It’s that time of year again, Happy Halloween! Please join your campus in competition for the best Halloween costumes!

Contest will be held on Monday, October 31st on both the Dover and Georgetown campuses and each campus will vote on the following categories for a winner!

Prizes will be given for the following categories:

  • Best Overall Costume
  • Best Group/Duo Costume
  • Best Handmade Costume
  • Best Traditional Costume

Don’t miss out!

Contest Rules and Entry

  • Stop by Mrs. Massey’s office (Dover room 760A, Georgetown Room 115) to have your picture taken OR Email a picture of you in your costume to


Stop by Dover room 780 or Georgetown Room 115 between 10-12pm!

Upcoming Student Support & Engagement Coordinator Meet & Greet! Dover and Georgetown AAP Campuses

Calling all Dover & Georgetown AAP students!

You are invited to attend a Meet & Greet with our AAP Student Support and Engagement Coordinator, Lindsey Massey, on each of your campuses!

Join us on your respective campus to learn more about the following:

  • Student Support
  • Leave of Absences
  • AAP Student Crisis Fund
  • Access to Resources
  • UD Activities & Events to participate in

AAP Dover Campus Meet & GreetAAP Georgetown Campus Meet & Greet
When: Thursday September 29, 12:30-1:00pmWhen: Wednesday October 3, 12:30-1:00pm
Where: Room 761Where: Room 163
Zoom Option: Zoom Option:

AAP Fall Speaker Series Presents: The League of Women Voters


Guest Speakers Jill Itzkowitz, Kim Wells, and Patti Christopher from the Delaware chapter of the League of Women Voters will join us to share general information about the process of voting in Delaware, as well as recent changes to voting laws in our state.

MONDAY, OCT. 3, 12:25-1:20 PM

Join us on Zoom at for an insightful look at the upcoming election!

Join us on Oct. 3 for more about how you can get involved in our democracy and make sure that your voice is heard!

The Fall 2022 AAP Guest Speaker Series on 9/19!

Join the AAP as we welcome our first speaker for the Fall 2022 Guest Speaker Series, Ben Warrington!

Former AAP student Ben Warrington joined WBOC-TV 16 as an intern during his sophomore year in 2015. He then moved to WMDT (47abc), where he worked throughout the rest of his UD career. After graduating with his degree in Communications/Media Production from UD in 2018, he joined FOX 29 in Philadelphia as newscast director. Join us on Zoom on
Monday, September 19, for a program-wide conversation with Ben about his experiences as an AAP student, his transition to the Newark campus, his fast-paced career as a news director, and more!

Monday, September 19, 2022
AAP Common Hour: 12:25 – 1:20 p.m.
Zoom link:

This Zoom presentation will also be broadcast live in CEB 928 for Wilmington students, 761 ETB for Dover students, and 142 JTC for Georgetown students.

Volunteer Opportunity! DNREC’s Annual Beach Cleanup!

Kick off the fall semester by volunteering to help Delaware’s Waterways: Join UD AAP Dover and Georgetown students at DNREC’s Annual Beach Cleanup!

Saturday, September 17th from 9am-12pm!

  • Dover Campus Beach Location: Kitts Hummock Beach
  • Email Dr. Christine Grogan to sign up:
  • Georgetown Campus Beach Location: Indian Beach, Dewey
  • Email Erin Tanner to sign up: etanner@etanner

Wear your UD Gear!

UD Department of Philosophy Presents….

Kieran Setiya, Professor of Philosphy, MIT

Absurdity and Meaning

Fall 2022 David Norton Memorial Lecture

“It is a cliché about philosophers that they ponder the meaning of life. Except they don’t! In recent philosophy, the question of life’s meaning is usually dismissed as nonsense; and for most earlier philosophers, the question doesn’t arise. In this talk, I’ll use the surprisingly recent origins of “the meaning of life” to argue that the question of life’s meaning does make sense, I’ll relate this question to the problem of life’s absurdity, explaining how it could have a positive answer- even if there is no God – and how the answer depends on us.”

Friday, September 16th, 3:30pm

Gore Hall, Room 103

Free and Open to the Public- reception to follow in Gore Hall Lobby

AAP Spring Guest Speaker Series presents: Professional Artists’ Panel!

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

Panelists include:

  • Cliff Hillis- Singer-Songwriter
  • Rob Waters- Filmmaker & Illustrator
  • Keith Mosher- Visual Artist, Photographer, Clothing Designer
  • Michael Sprouse: Visual Artists, Journalist, Television & Radio Host


AAP Presents- A Conversation with Members of the Full Circle Everest Expedition!

The Associate in Arts Program is excited and honored that we will be joined by members of the Full Circle Everest Expedition, Philip Henderson (team lead) and Eddie Taylor on Monday, March 14 at 6:30 pm. Full Circle Everest Expedition is the first all black team to attempt to summit Mt. Everest.  They will be joining us to discuss their reasons for climbing, their experiences in the outdoor industry, the importance of representation in the outdoor industry and STEM, citizen science, and their respective journeys to this point in their careers.

To learn more about the Full Circle Everest Expedition, you can visit their website: 

  • Speakers:  Philip Henderson and Eddie Taylor (Members of the Full Circle Everest Expedition,
  • Date & Time: Monday March 14 at 6:30 pm EST/ 4:30 pm MST
  • Zoom Link:

Join us for the AAP Guest Speaker Series on Monday, February 21 @12:25pm!

We are excited to kick off our Spring 2022 Speaker Series on Monday February 21, during Common Hour (12:25 pm – 1:20 pm).  Our speaker is our very own Ethan Joella.  Ethan is an AAP English and Psychology professor and recently released his debut novel, “A Little Hope.”  He is excited to discuss writing, publication, and much more!

When: Monday, February 21, 2022, 12:25pm-1:20pm

Zoom Link:

Broadcast Locations Include: Dover – room 761 ETB, and Wilmington – Room 928 CEB

Center for Black Culture presents: STEP AFRIKA!

Join the CBC for: A Cultural Excursion to Step Afrika!
Saturday, February 12 at 6pm (buses depart CBC @5pm)
The Grand Opera House- Wilmington DE

Step Afrika! blends percussive dance styles practiced by historically African American fraternities and sororities; traditional African dances; and an array of contemporary dance and art forms into a cohesive, compelling artistic experience. Performances are much more than dance shows; they integrate songs, storytelling, humor and audience participation. The blend of technique, agility, and pure energy makes each performance unique and leaves the audience with their hearts pounding.

Cost: $10 for current UD students
Includes transportation, snacks, and show!

Financial assistance may be available for those that need it. Please email

RSVP and payment of $10 are required by February 10th and must have current UD Student ID.

RSVP here!