Data collected using the new Blue Hen Success Collaborative system reveal that students who complete at least 30 credits during their first year in college are significantly more likely to graduate in four years. Talk with your advisor about developing an academic plan that includes both the correct number and the appropriate type of credits needed for making progress toward degree completion. You may want to consider taking a course during the summer if you need additional credits.
Sophomore Caitlin Werner told us that one of the main reasons she decided to attend UD is because “they offer a great undeclared student program.” Working with her UST advisor, Sharon Grayson, Caitlin has been able to explore various interests while taking classes that meet general requirements. She intends to pursue a minor in Spanish and study abroad in the future.
Caitlin’s advice for other students is to join a club or sport when you arrive on campus, because it provides a good way to connect with others. She participates in the Blue Hen Leadership Program and is a member of the RSO, Women in Business.
Early registration for the Fall semester has begun. Current students should check UDSIS to view their enrollment appointment, which designates the time and day when you may first begin registering for classes. If you need additional information about the registration process, visit the Registrar or speak to a UST advisor.
UST academic advisors will offer additional drop-in hours on Friday, April 6 and Monday, April 9 to assist students who have questions about alternative grading options such as withdraw, audit, and pass/fail. Visit our office at 148-150 South College Avenue.
To change your grade status in a course, visit WebReg and select “Withdraw,” or choose “Edit” to change to Pass/Fail or Audit. Changing your grade status in a course can affect some financial packages, so always check with a financial services representative to verify it won’t cause any problems.