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Finals Week: Drop-in tutoring, study spaces, advising

We want to wish you well on your finals this week!

If you’d like to utilize OAE’s free drop-in tutoring, here is this week’s drop-in schedule. It is located at 148-150 S College Ave (the same building we’re in).

Did you know you can use the tutoring space for individual studying outside of tutoring hours? Check in at the front desk like you would for tutoring. The space is available this week and next from around 8 AM-11 AM on Thurs, Fri, Tues, and Wed and from around 2 PM-5 PM Friday.

If you have any concerns you would like to discuss with a UST advisor before leaving for summer break, we have our regular drop-in hours all this week and next. You can also schedule an appointment with your advisor through BHSC. We will be available for appointments and via email during the summer as well.

ICYMI: Study Strategies for Final Exams

In case you missed it, last week UDaily had an article filled with great study strategies from the Office of Academic Enrichment. Click here to read it!

Best of luck (and hard work!) on your exams!


Blue Hen Bounty

Blue Hen Bounty is a student-run food pantry that provides food and hygiene products for students in need. If you are a little short on cash one week or could use some assistance more regularly, they are there to help. Health and wellness are vital to academic success, so don’t let the stress of daily life pile onto the stress of studying for a test.

They are located at 276 S College Ave and are open on Wednesdays from 4-5 PM, Thursdays from 3-5 PM, and by appointment. You can email them at for more information, to schedule a time for pick up, or if you wish to donate. Remember to bring your UD Student ID with you.

Join a Student Organization!

UD hosts more than 200 Registered Student Organizations that provide opportunities for you to get to know other students on campus. Membership in some groups also improves access to leadership experience, internships, future jobs, or other career benefits. Look for organizations that offer the level of involvement you feel comfortable meeting and attend one of their activities to see if it’s a good fit.

Campus Resources

The University supports environmentally sound, energy-saving solutions through its attempts to improve the walkability of campus and increase the use of car-sharing and public transportation. UD staff and students have access to free shuttle bus service throughout most of the year.


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