Career Services Center: About Us

About Us

Career Services Center Mission & Vision

Career Services Center Group Photo


To help students identify strengths, motivations and purpose, and translate their ambitions into opportunities through professional, educational and UD connections.


Empower all students to develop and achieve their professional aspirations.


Contact / Visit Career Services

CSC Building

Career Services Center
University of Delaware
401 Academy Street
Newark, DE 19716

Phone: (302) 831-2392
Fax: (302) 831-1452


Twitter: @UDcareers

Office Hours: Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm

Drop-in Hours - 401 Academy Street:

  • Resume drop-in hours are open to undergraduate and graduate students, Monday-Friday: 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. They take place during the Fall/Spring semesters. 

    **If a graduate student is interested in pursuing a professorship in academia and is seeking CV assistance, it is recommended that he/she work directly with his/her advisor.

    On rare occasions, for holidays and career fairs, walk-in hours will be cancelled. On these occasions, an announcement regarding the cancellation of walk-in hours will be posted in Handshake. 24-hour advanced notice will be honored and announcements will also be made via the Career Services Center's social media.

Drop-in Hours - Lerner College Satellite Career Services:

  • Monday - Friday, 2pm - 4pm

Directions from the North and South: Take I-95 to Delaware Exit #1, Route 896 North. Continue North on Route 896 which becomes South College Avenue (do not turn left at Route 896 and Route 4) and takes you to campus. Turn right from South College Avenue onto East Park Place. Turn left at the next light onto Academy Street. The Career Services Center will be on your right (401 Academy Street). Enter Career Service through the white enclosure.

Parking available in the Perkins Parking Garage adjacent to Career Services: Enter the parking garage at the driveway between the Career Services Center and the Perkins Student Center.

Special Hotel Rate Available for Employers: The Courtyard Newark at the University of Delaware is a Marriott hotel owned by the University of Delaware and run by students from the Department of Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management. Special rates also available at Embassy Suites. Employers should ask for the “UD-related rate”. Information about the hotel is at


Connection to Bank of America

On January 1, 2006, the acquisition of MBNA by Bank of America became official. With this purchase three career centers previously funded by MBNA (Penn State, Georgetown, and UD) formally adopted the Bank of America title.

Begun in June 2000, the building was occupied in April 2001. Located at 401 Academy Street, the BOA Career Services Center is part of a 38,000 square foot office space, which also includes Human Resources, and Public Safety. It is attached to a three-tiered parking garage adjacent to the Perkins Student Center. The parking garage provides direct access to the Center for employers and students.

The facility doubled the space available for career services and includes an outstanding employer interview area and upgraded technology enhancements. Employers and students will benefit from the specially designed meeting and resource areas.

On Monday, February 14, 2000, the University of Delaware was privileged to announce a pledge of million from MBNA America. While the majority of the gift has been designated for scholarships for economically disadvantaged students, funds have also been designated for construction of a new career facility. In remarks at the news conference, Mr. Charles Cawley, Chairman of MBNA, stated, "we do not consider this gift to be charitable at all. What we consider this support to the University of Delaware to be is our way of thanking the university. And, it is, from our perspective, absolutely good business. There are 1,400 graduates of the University of Delaware that work very hard making our company very successful. This is our way of saying thank you for those 1,400 people, for the students who work for us, and the 700 people who have attended the University of Delaware on MBNA scholarships."

In announcing the gift, University President David P. Roselle stated, "The University of Delaware is truly privileged to enjoy the friendship and support of MBNA, one of the state's most generous corporate citizens. MBNA's support has benefited programs in several of UD's colleges, most notably in the College of Business and Economics."

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