Self-Discovery and Development


Student Life supports your self-discovery and development through opportunities to cultivate your curiosity, develop awareness of your interests/strengths/values, build a greater understanding of your personal identity, and draw meaningful connections between your identity and your purpose in life.


Our Career Services Center (CSC) empowers undergraduate and graduate students to develop and achieve their professional aspirations during their time at UD and beyond by providing personalized and industry-specific career counseling and coaching, career exploration and professional development programming, connections to employers and alumni, and digital career resources. The Center manages a robust employer engagement program that includes career fairs, networking events, internship and job opportunities, on-campus interviews, and information sessions.

The Center for Black Culture (CBC) serves as an informational resource center for a range of University and community constituents; assists students with transitioning to University life; provides a supportive environment that encourages identity and leadership development as well as belonging; advocates for the needs and interests of Black and other underrepresented students; and develops and implements a full range of diversity programs and services. Learn more about the CBC.

Student Services for Athletes (SSA) assists student-athletes in transitioning to University life; works closely with coaches, faculty and student services personnel to help student-athletes balance the demands of their responsibilities; provides counseling, academic support, workshops, teaching, and special programs for student-athletes; and supervises the HENS Peer Mentoring program.

Our University Student Centers (USC) serve as campus community centers and unifying places for students/faculty/staff/alumni/guests; offers diverse programming, events, and services in support of exploration and personal growth; and provides inclusive opportunities and communities to foster spirit, interpersonal connections, and leadership development.