The University of Delaware is located in Newark, Delaware, a quiet, safe, and friendly college town of 30,000 people.
Newark is two hours by car or train from Washington, DC and New York City (170 km) and one hour from Philadelphia and Baltimore (80 km). Nearby recreational areas on the Atlantic Ocean and in the Pocono mountains of Pennsylvania offer students a variety of summer and winter activities.
ELI Building Locations:
189 West Main Street
108 East Main Street
318 South College Avenue
The climate in Newark is quite comfortable for most of the year. We experience all four seasons, including very warm temperatures in the summer (June, July, August) and mildly cold temperatures in the winter (January, February). The charts below will give you more information about the climate in Newark.
Temperatures (Celsius) and Precipitation
|Average high in °C||5||7||13||19||24||29|
|Average low in °C||-5||-4||0||5||10||15|
|Av. precipitation – mm||88||69||103||90||112||103|
|Average high in °C||31||30||26||20||14||8|
|Average low in °C||18||18||14||7||2||-2|
|Av. precipitation – mm||114||102||109||86||86||90|
Temperatures (Farenheit) and Precipitation
|Average high in °F||42||45||55||66||76||84|
|Average low in °F||24||25||32||40||51||60|
|Av. precipitation – inch||3.46||2.72||4.06||3.54||4.41||4.06|
|Average high in °F||88||85||79||68||57||46|
|Average low in °F||65||64||57||44||36||28|
|Av. precipitation – inch||4.49||4.02||4.29||3.39||3.39||3.54|