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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.

 

Campus Resources: Academic Difficulty

Students who are on probation or otherwise struggling academically are encouraged to work with an academic advisor to reflect on their performance, clarify their values, and carefully evaluate their abilities, interests, and goals. You can also work with a specialist from the   Office of Academic Enrichment to identify problem areas (such as time management or reading comprehension) and learn strategies for effectively addressing these issues.

Campus Resources

Free coffee will be available in the Perkins and Trabant Student Centers during final exam week. Check Student Central for a full list of the stress-relieving activities being offered across campus.

 

Campus Resources: Tutoring

UD students often benefit from participating in one of the many free tutoring programs offered on campus. Students taking introductory BISC and CHEM courses can stop by ISLL 314 at the DuPont Learning Center. The MSLL Open Lab provides free tutorial support for students enrolled in Math 010, Math 113, Math 114, Math 115, Math ​117, Mat​h ​221, Math 241, Math 201, Math 202​​, and Math 267. Students enrolled in a variety of science, math, and other classes (including Economics, Computer Science, and Nutrition) can also attend free drop-in sessions offered by the OAE located in the Center for Academic Success.

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.

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