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The College of Arts and Sciences Student Success Center team helps students navigate their academic journeys throughout their time at the University of Delaware.
Welcome to the Student Success Center for the University of Delaware’s College of Arts & Sciences. Our team is committed to the success of our undergraduate students. Under the direction of Senior Director Amy McCormick, the Student Success Center equips students with the tools and skills they need to succeed throughout their time at UD, from the first day through graduation.
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In partnership with the larger UD community, the Student Success Center provides advising, academic, and co-curricular support to undergraduate students as they navigate their academic journeys. We empower students to utilize resources, make campus connections, and advocate for themselves, so they can achieve their academic, career, and personal goals.
The University of Delaware is passionate about student success and provides holistic support to help students graduate on time. The Student Success Center team builds relationships with undergraduate students, checking in with them throughout their four years. Advisors monitor each student’s degree progress and identify any areas in which individuals may need academic support services.
Students in UD’s Associate in Arts Program have access to dedicated advisors on all three campuses in Dover, Georgetown, and Wilmington. AAP advisors work one-on-one with students to ensure they stay on track for their future major. To schedule an appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Undergraduate students extend their classroom learning, build transferable skills, explore career interests, and develop leadership skills through co-curricular experiences. Student Success Center advisors connect students with UD’s myriad opportunities, including internships, co-ops, research projects, study abroad programs, volunteer work, student professional organizations, campus organizations and sports.
For students pursuing teaching careers in secondary education, the Center for Secondary Education provides information about undergraduate and graduate degrees. The College of Arts and Sciences offers several accredited secondary teaching programs with choices for undergraduate and graduate students. All can lead to licensure in Delaware and across the country. Investigate which options work best for you and discover an extensive alumni network of graduates working in local schools and in far-flung places.
The University of Delaware not only offers educational benefits for students, but also K-12 teachers. The Delaware Teachers Institute serves educators of high-need student populations in five New Castle County public school districts. Teachers apply for a competitive, eight-month program led by UD faculty. While working in small seminar groups led by UD faculty, the teacher fellows develop curriculum units for their own classrooms, which are also shared with teachers across the country. The fellows receive a stipend upon completion of their units.