• Undergraduate getting a consultation from curators on a 1912 dress

    Undergraduate getting a consultation from curators on a 1912 dress 


For the major:

There are two undergraduate advisors for the Art Conservation major: 
 and Brian Baade. It is advisable to check in regularly with your advisor when planning for the next semester or about potential internships etc. Please do not hesitate to contact us.

Arts & Science College Advising:

UAS provides A&S students with support for complex advisement issues and with routine academic matters. They provide all A&S students with New Student Orientation advisement and with an official Senior Checkout. Students also visit this office for excused absences, late change of registration issues, university leave of absence, and matters that require the approval of the Dean.

219 Mitchell Hall  M-F 8-5  (Walk-in appointments from 1-4)
302 831-3020

The Office of Academic Enrichment provides:

  • Low-cost individual tutoring in numerous subjects

  • Free group tutoring, in response to student demand (schedule will be posted and updated regularly on our webpage)

  • Free drop-in tutoring in math, chemistry and physics (schedule will be posted on our webpage)

  • On-line workshops to help students master essential college-level study skills 

  • In-person study skills workshop series 

  • Academic intake appointments and academic counseling (call 831-4555 to make an appointment)

  • Study Skills SkilMod course (UNIV113), a one-credit pass/fail course for freshmen and sophomores (exceptions can be made for other students, when needed)—seats are going fast!

  • Workshops at the OAE: View the workshop schedule here

The Academic Success at UD page:

This site brings together in one place links to supportive services for students across campus.  Not just for students who are struggling, this page points students toward resources organized into five distinct types—

  • Managing transitions and strengthening your skills

  • Working for excellence in your courses

  • Campus-wide resource units

  • Enrichment and support resources in your major/college

  • Campus-wide enrichment and support programs for target communities


The Network of Undergraduate Collaborative Learning Experiences for Underrepresented Scholars (NUCLEUS) Program in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Delaware is an undergraduate academic service support program that helps the university recruit, retain, and graduate academically talented students. With an emphasis on targeting students from under-served groups, NUCLEUS provides an environment that encourages academic achievement, leadership and service.