Learn about the Office of Academic Enrichment which provides individual tutoring, drop-in tutoring, group tutoring, study skills workshops, and more!
Study Skills course (UNIV113): This one-credit pass/fail course includes comprehensive coverage of strategies for successful studying, which are then put to use in a concurrent "target class" of the student's choice. While the course is aimed at freshmen and sophomores, exceptions can be made for other students when needed. Other one-credit pass/fails SkilMod courses: Critical Thinking (UNIV114), Problem Solving (UNIV115).
Course Search: to search for information about courses including times, locations, and seat availability.
Studying Abroad is a great way to expand your awareness and knowledge of the economic, political, cultural and social aspects of countries around the world. Learn about the many programs that UD has to offer through the Institute for Global Studies Program!
Honors Program: If you didn't get in to the Honors Program the first time around, didn't know about until you were already at UD, or are a transfer student to UD, it's not too late! Click here to learn how and when to apply as a current UD student.
Click here for helpful tips on doing laundry in your dorm! Each dorm has a different number of front-loading washing machines and dryers depending on the number of students; some residence halls have all of the machines on the lower level while others have several on each floor. The machines can be operated with quarters or more conveniently with a student's Flex account on their ID card.
Campus mail: where and how to send outgoing items, where and how to pick up your mail and packages.
ID card: capabilities of UD ID cards, including Flex and points accounts, and frequently asked questions.
Office of the Registrar: class registration, requesting official transcripts, transfer credit information (both credits prior to attending UD and credits taken while attending UD), GPA calculator, changing, adding, or dropping majors or minors, etc.