UST academic advisors will offer additional drop-in hours on Monday, October 22 and Tuesday, October 23 to assist students who have questions about alternative grading options such as withdraw, audit, and pass/fail. Visit our office in the Center for Academic Success at the corner of Amstel and South College. Students can also learn about UD’s grade policies by attending the Academic Management Workshop offered in Harrington Commons from 3:30 – 4:30 pm on October 23.

 

In the Know: Mid-Term Grade Report

First year students will be able to view their mid-term grade reports in UDSIS by Monday, October 15. If you do not have a midterm grade posted for a particular class, then that instructor has not submitted the information.

If you are concerned about your midterm grades and have questions about alternative grade options such as withdraw, audit, and pass/fail, contact an academic advisor to discuss your options. The deadline for changing your grade status in a class is Tuesday, October 23, 2018.

 

WINTER 2019

Course offerings for Winter Session 2019 are now available for students to view.

Beginning October 29, UD students may begin registering for winter session classes online through WebReg. Access to the system is based on your classification (freshman, sophomore, etc.), which is based on the number of credits you will have earned by the end of the fall 2018 semester.
“Enrollment appointments” identify the date and time that each student may begin to register. These dates are posted on your student page in UDSIS. Students may continue to register through UDSIS from their beginning enrollment date through the end of the free drop/add period in January 2019.

 

Major Exploration Tips & Resources

The What-If Report is a valuable tool to assist students when they are considering a particular academic plan. This resource is provided to help you with academic planning, but using it does not take the place of professional advising. UST students are encouraged to run the report for a major they are considering and bring it with them to their regular advising appointment to review with their advisors.

Campus Resources: Career Service Center’s Diversity Initiative

The Career Services Center embraces the University’s commitment to diversity and inclusive excellence and is dedicated to ensuring that all students’ experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds are respected, recognized, and integrated into career planning. Check out these resource guides designed to assist historically underserved and underrepresented populations such as LGBQT+ students, first-generation students, and students with disabilities.