Are you transitioning to main campus and still confused about where to park, how much parking will cost, or just your options in general? If you have of these questions or more then join us Monday March 20th 2023 as someone for UD parking answers some of those questions for you.
Are you graduating AAP this Spring 2023 or Summer 2023 AND transitioning to the Newark campus this Fall? It is time to declare your major!
To declare your major, please complete the Change of Major, Minor, Concentration & Graduation Term form found here. When completing the form, be sure that you KEEP your Associate in Arts degree, then ADD your new major.
Majors should be declared no later thanFriday, March 31, 2023!
Select the Forms tile, then select “Change of major, minor, concentration”
On the form:
Input your phone number using format nnn-nnn-nnnn
Under the “Action” column for your AA degree, select “Keep” in drop-down box
Under the “Add major/concentration” drop-down box, select your new major
Select graduation term at least two years from now
Click “Add line”
For reason, state that you are graduating from the Associate in Arts Program and selecting a major.
Click “Submit Form”
NOTE: If you are interested in a restricted major, please pay attention to their prerequisite requirements. If you do not currently meet the prerequisite requirements, please meet with your academic advisor as soon as possible to discuss your options:
Declare University Studies (UST) – with your intended concentration while you complete prerequisite requirement
Declare an alternative major
If you have questions or need assistance, please contact your academic advisor!
The Office of Orientation and Transition Programs will be providing several orientation events on the Newark campus during the first week of the Spring 2023 semester. These events, called 1743 Welcome Days, are offered to all students who will be studying at the Newark campus for the first time! Some of the events include campus tours, an Involvement Fair, wellness workshops, athletic events, and more. You are encouraged to review the options that are available and participate in the events that will benefit you!
The Student Success Center is offering two, 1-credit, courses for Career Readiness this Spring 2023 semester! The two courses focus on career readiness in their respective major interest areas of Humanities and the Social Sciences
ARSC167010 Career Readiness: Humanities, Tuesdays 3:35pm-4:25pm
ARSC167011 Career Readiness: Social Sciences, Thursdays 3:35pm-4:25pm
Course Learning Outcomes: Students will be able to
Understand the timeline and process for applying for internships and graduate schools based on your career interest
Develop key resources (resume, cover letter, personal statements) and skills needed to obtain career opportunities
Understand the necessary career competencies needed to be successful post-graduation
Blue Hen Bounty is a student-led food pantry that provides supplemental nutrition to all University of Delaware students in need of this support while at college. Come for food, gluten free options included, and hygiene products pickup! Please remember to bring your student ID.
BHB is located at St Thomas’s Episcopal Church at 276 South College, which is right off campus. They are open Monday-Friday 9am-12pm and Wednesdays 4pm-6pm.
Associate in Arts students transitioning to Main Campus in the Winter 2022 or Spring 2022 semester can apply for on-campus housing NOW! Applications must be submitted no later than December 15, 2021 at 5:00pm. Applications can be found in the My Housing Portal.
There is only ONE opportunity for returning students to request on-campus housing, and the application is open now through December 15th, 2021 at 5pm. AAP students must apply if they would like to be considered for on-campus housing in the spring.
While housing is not automatically guaranteed, Res Life & Housing feels confident in their ability to meet requests made by the priority deadline and will notify applicants via email if they are able to provide a space.
Students can contact Residential Life and Housing with any questions or review their website for additional details. Their contact information is as follows: Phone (302) 831-4663 & Email address email@example.com
**AAP Students who will graduate in Spring 2022 and transition to our Newark campus for Fall 2022 can expect the Fall 2022 housing application to open early in the Spring semester 2022.
Are you an AAP student planning to transition to UD’s Newark campus? Join a panel of AAP alumni and current UD students to discuss how to make a successful transition on Tuesday May 18 at 12:30 – 1:20 pm via Zoom.
One of the first in a series of new seminars created out of the UD Anti-Racism Initiative, the Fall 2021 edition of HIST 460/660 will explore the history of UD in the age of enslavement and emancipation. We will work collaboratively to investigate the university’s historical ties to slavery and its relationship to neighboring communities of indentured, enslaved, and free people of color. Students will conduct archival research, work with community historians, and publicly engage the UD and Newark communities in conversation about the ramifications of past social injustice. The course is cross-listed with ENGL, AFRA, ANTH, and GEOG, and fulfills the Multicultural Requirement.
Are you interested in becoming a UD Student Leader? The office of Orientation & Transition Programs is excited to announce that applications are now open for our Orientation Leader and Welcome Ambassador student leader positions. Review the information below and email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Orientation Leader Application and Position Description: Orientation Leaders help to welcome and ease the transition for incoming students and their families. Throughout the summer OLs will have the opportunity to connect with students in small groups to serve as campus experts, and help students navigate their new academic and social environment, and bring the Blue Hen spirit! To apply, please visit this link Applications due Sunday February 21st at 11:59pm: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScPhVk44ARlHOtHFRwwq2tf80O0Qxc7uPbSWyE9YnM9YHMBfg/viewform.Applications due Sunday February 21st at 11:59pm
Calling all AAP recent graduates attending Main Campus this Fall 2020! You are being Virtually welcomed to campus this fall with a AAP Transition Zoom Presentation on Monday August 31st from 11:00-12:00pm! You must pre-register here. During the presentation, you will:
Learn about the various academic resources available to you
Hear about some tips & tricks for Virtual Learning
Get advice from other AAP Alumni and upperclassmen
Connect with your peers who are all attending Main Campus this fall