Anyone may participate in Summer Sessions. Registration in Summer Sessions neither requires nor implies admission to the University of Delaware. There are some courses which are designed for special student populations. Such courses may have enrollment restrictions or give preference to certain registrants. Students are advised to read the notes in the course listing section of this site, and to register early since courses are assigned on a first-come first-served basis subject to registration restrictions.
This booklet contains certain information which relates only to the Summer Sessions. Additional information about the University of Delaware can be found in the current editions of the University Catalog, and the Student Guide to University Policies. The University reserves the right to withdraw any course, to limit enrollment, or to change instructors, class meeting times, or locations.
Summer Session students are housed in suite-style rooms (two bedrooms divided by a shared bath) in Ray Street. There are a very limited number of single-room options available. Single rooms will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. If you require a single room due to medical, psychological, or disability needs, please complete the www.udel.edu/reslife/community_living/needs.html form and indicate that your request is for summer housing. The form is found via our website at www.udel.edu/reslife. If you have other extenuating circumstances, please send an e-mail message to email@example.com explaining your situation.
|Room Rates: (per person)||5-week||7.5-week|
|Suite Single (limited availability)||$1,405||$2,107|
Upper-division UD students who wish to live on campus for summer session should submit an application for housing via the portal accessible from the Residence Life & Housing website at www.udel.edu/reslife. Students who are doing an internship, attending a conference, or working for a UD department should contact Conference Services at 302-831-8590 for information on other housing options.
All summer session students living in the residence hall during any part of or all of the summer are required to buy a dining plan. See the information on dining plans here.
Please visit the Residence Life & Housing website at www.udel.edu/reslife for complete details on Summer Housing, including billing and assignment information.
Students who reside in on-campus housing for any part of the Summer Sessions are required to purchase a meal plan for the period of their room contract. Meal plan selections can be made at: www.udel.edu/diningrequest.
Students who reside in Christiana Towers Apartments, Graduate Student and Family Housing or who live off campus may choose any of the plans offered; but that choice is optional.
Unused Point balances from the Summer Sessions may be carried semester to semester, through the following spring. All remaining Points are forfeited at the end of May.
Meal plans offered are:
Additional Points for any plan may be purchased at www.udel.edu/diningrequest or through a cash deposit at one of five Value Transfer Stations on campus (located in the Trabant University Center, Perkins Student Center, Christiana Commons, and Morris Library Lower Level); or by making a minimum $25 deposit at Cashiers or the outside drop slot at the Student Services Building.
Students not required to purchase a meal plan may opt to deposit funds to their FLEX prepaid spending account instead of a meal or points plan. The FLEX account may be used at all dining locations as well as for a variety of campus services. FLEX balances do not expire until the account is closed.
For more information about your meal plan, you may visit our Web site at
or contact Dining Services, 153 Perkins Student Center, Newark, DE 19716
e-mail: dining firstname.lastname@example.org
|Monday - Saturday||10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.|
|Sunday||Noon. - 6:00 p.m.|
June 6-7 (Mon.-Tues)
|9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.|
Last day for textbook refunds with receipt (Newark):
First Session ( 5 and 7 ½ weeks): June 11
Second (5-week) Session: July 16
Wilmington, Dover and other locations: Books are available for purchase through our website at: www.udbookstore.com
Commuters may purchase a gray or red permit during the summer. Students living in residence halls may only purchase a gray permit. Students who have value left on a red permit and wish to upgrade to gray during the summer, should visit Parking Services and bring their current permit. Upgrades cannot be done online. It is more cost effective to either go online or visit Parking Services beginning in June for a summer permit as the prices drop the 1st of each month.
You should begin this placement process at least a week (preferably longer) prior to your course registration meeting or deadlines. Most questions about the exam procedure and your math placement goal (determined by your major) can be found at the above URL.
Please take this placement process seriously! Read the web sites carefully and follow the directions. The results of the placement assessment(s) will have serious constraints on your math course enrollment.
two years or less than two years. . . .105 three years . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106 four years or more. . . . . . . . . . .107Students who have had at least four years of a foreign language may wish to take the exemption examination. Students who have questions about their placement, or who are seeking an exemption from the foreign language requirement should contact Crista Johnson, the DLLC Placement Advisor, at 320 Jastak-Burgess Hall (831-4667).
If you are interested in applying for undergraduate admission to the University of Delaware, please visit our website: www.udel.edu/admissions or contact the undergraduate admissions office at 302-831-8123
If you are already a UD student and feel that you may be eligible to receive Veteran's Education Benefits, please contact Veterans Affairs at www.gibill.va.gov or call 1-800-GIBILL-1. The University's Registrar's Office cannot apply for benefits on behalf of a student.
To receive benefits, you must apply through the Department of Veterans Affairs. Veterans Affairs determines the amount of benefits a student can receive, therefore, we cannot estimate benefit amounts. Please contact Veterans Affairs at www.gibill.va.gov or call 1-888-442-4551 (888-GI-BILL) if you are in need of VA advisement or for additional information. The submission of electronic applications using their VONAPP process is strongly encouraged.
The VA will process your application and send you a letter notifying you of their decision. Please be aware that it may take the VA several weeks to process your claim. If you are approved to receive benefits, you will receive a Certificate of Eligibility letter from the VA. Once you have received your Certificate of Eligibility letter, please submit a copy of the letter, and the completed UD Veterans Educational Benefits Enrollment Data Form to UD's Veterans Services Office or electronically to email@example.com. Once all of the required documents are received, UD's VA Certifying Official will electronically submit a 22-1999 enrollment certification to the VA to initiate payments.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please refer to www.udel.edu/registrar/students/veterans.html and www.udel.edu/students/veterans.html or contact:
It is the individual's responsibility to inform the DSS office of the disability and need for accommodation. Eligibility for reasonable accommodations is determined on a case-by-case basis utilizing established documentation guidelines. Anyone requesting an accommodation from the University based on a disability should contact the DSS office directly.
Please contact a DSS professional at
(302) 831-4643 (Voice)
(302) 831-4563 (TDD)
(302) 831-3261 (FAX)
or email DSSoffice@udel.edu
The office is located at 240 Academy Street, Suite 130,
Alison Hall, Newark, DE 19716.
|Building and Employee Fitness Center:|
|Mon-Thurs||6 am - 8 pm|
|Friday||6 am - 6 pm|
|Saturday||10 am - 2 pm|
|Student Fitness Center:|
|Mon-Thurs||6 am - 8 pm|
|Friday||6 am - 6 pm|
|Saturday||10 am - 3 pm|
|Lap & Recreational Swim (Indoor Pool):|
|Mon-Fri||11:15 am - 1:15 pm|
Students who are not paying the Comprehensive Fee must pay an additional $15 fee if they desire to use those facilities during the summer. That optional fee can be paid at the Carpenter Sports Building.
The Outdoor Pool is available to Summer Session students at no charge by presenting their ID card. Others who are not currently enrolled for Summer classes can also use the outdoor pool for a daily rate of $5. UD students are allowed to bring a guest to the outdoor pool at a daily rate of $5 per day. Call 831-6352 for additional information.
Summer Session students may use the Rust Ice Arena during the Public Skating sessions by presenting their ID card. If not enrolled in classes, the rate is $8. Skate rental is $4.00 for everyone. For additional information and for Public Skating hours, call 831-2868.
Career workshops are offered regularly to develop resume writing skills, interviewing techniques and job search strategies. Special resource material and self-instructional media provide further assistance in these areas. Appointments with Career Consultants are available year-round. Visit the Career Services website to log into Blue Hen Careers and make an appointment.
As the Campus Interview Program is not active during Summer Session, students are encouraged to research organizations and prepare for upcoming on-campus and off-campus interviews. All programs and services are available through Career Services at 401 Academy Street. Hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday. For more information, visit the Career Services Center website: www.udel.edu/CSC.
John H. Perkins Student Center
The Perkins Student Center is located on Academy Street in the East Campus area and houses the Student Involvement Office with over 400 registered student organizations, Student Media featuring WVUD and THE REVIEW, the Hen Zone recreational area, Counseling and Student Development Office, Parking Services, and the Scrounge Food Court. Many student organizations are housed in the student organization office community from which they develop and sponsor many diversity programs and activities. A beautiful Student Lounge, Concourse and Information Desk with miscellaneous snack and personal items for sale, quiet study areas, a variety of meeting spaces and the Bacchus venue provide student engagement opportunities. Music, theater, novelties, vendors and coffee houses are regularly scheduled in the Perkins Student Center.
E. Arthur Trabant University Center
The Trabant University Center is located on West Main Street and houses the Event Services Office and the Executive Director's Office. The Center offers a diverse student program that includes concerts, speakers, movies, the Blue Hen Leadership Program, New Student Orientation Office, and Fraternity and Sorority Life. The Trabant Lounge is a convenient gathering place to meet friends, study, or relax as is Daugherty Hall, a large, beautiful and quiet study area. Trabant also offers an Information Desk with miscellaneous snack and personal items for sale, a large Food Court, PNC banking services, UD Box Office, and Vita Nova, the Hotel Restaurant and Institutional Management student-operated restaurant. Students enjoy the movie-theater, the large multi-purpose rooms and the variety of meeting and program spaces for their organizational activities and special interests.
Matriculated students in summer sessions are also eligible to enroll in a Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan which provides medical insurance coverage for the period June 1 through August 14. Additional information can be obtained from the SHS at (302) 831-2226.
The Center's summer hours are held in the Morris Library next to the Student Multimedia Center. All appointments are made online by going to the center's Web site at www.cas.udel.edu/writing-center.
The collections of the University of Delaware Library parallel the academic interests of the University of Delaware and are broadly based and comprehensive. The collections include over 2,800,000 books and bound periodicals plus over 440,000 electronic books and over 76,000 electronic journals. Books, periodicals, electronic resources, databases, electronic books, electronic journals, microforms, government publications, maps, manuscripts, media, political papers especially those of Delaware public officials, and access to information via the Internet provide a major academic resource for the University of Delaware, the surrounding community, the state of Delaware and the nation. The University of Delaware Library is a depository library for U.S. government publications; a patent depository for U.S. patents; and a repository for state of Delaware publications. Library staff members provide a wide range of in-person, online and telephone services including reference, circulation, interlibrary loan, instructional programs, assistance to users working on multimedia projects and assistance to users with disabilities.
The University of Delaware Library is an innovator in identifying, acquiring and making accessible a broad range of electronic library resources. The University of Delaware Library constantly updates the technology and adds resources for students, faculty and staff to provide the most current and convenient information resources and services to its users.
Memberships of the University of Delaware Library include the Association of Research Libraries, Center for Research Libraries, the Coalition for Networked Information, OCLC (Online Computer Library Center), including the OCLC Research Library Partnership, LYRASIS, the NorthEast Research Libraries Consortium (NERL), HathiTrust, CLIR (Council on Library and Information Resources) and SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition). The University of Delaware Library is also a member of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM) which promotes health information, education and/or access in the Mid-Atlantic Region which includes Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. To enhance interlibrary loan service, the Library is also a member of RapidILL.
The University of Delaware Library provides access to electronic resources 24 hours a day via the Library web [library.udel.edu]. Most electronic resources are licensed so remote access is available only to students, faculty and staff of the University of Delaware. Library users may call 302-831-BOOK/ 302-831-2665 for hours of the Morris Library and the branch libraries or check the Library web for hours. The Morris Library is open over 110 hours a week. Hours during holidays and intersessions vary. Regular semester hours for the Morris Library and more are available directly at [library.udel.edu/info/hours].
The web [library.udel.edu] of the University of Delaware Library is accessible globally. The Library web is the place to begin using the Library online and it provides thousands of links to all types of information including access to DELCAT Discovery, databases, electronic journals and newspapers, electronic books, Research Guides, finding aids for Special Collections and many other types of information and services.
DELCAT Discovery [delcat.worldcat.org] is an online, cloud-based service that provides information about and access to the physical and electronic holdings of the University of Delaware Library. (It supersedes the online catalog DELCAT.) DELCAT Discovery was implemented in mid-2014 and includes information about the Library collection and also provides links to electronic journals, electronic books and other resources. A user can limit searches to only those items physically held by the Library or a search can be done of the entire WorldCat database which represents library throughout the world. Items held by the University of Delaware Library appear at or near the top of the results display. Items not held by the Library can be requested via the interlibrary loan link that automatically generates an interlibrary loan request.
More than 370 licensed databases are provided by the University of Delaware Library for use by students, faculty and staff. Each database allows searching of many thousands of publications at once. Many databases are general in nature and cover virtually all disciplines, and others are specific subject-oriented. Some databases are "full text" and include entire articles and some databases include citations and summaries. The Library web [library.udel.edu] provides a direct link to "Databases." Remote access to licensed databases is available only to University of Delaware students, faculty and staff.
The University of Delaware Library subscribes (in addition to over 1,500 print journals and newspapers) to over 76,000 electronic journals which cover all disciplines and are licensed for use by University of Delaware students, faculty and staff. Entire articles from the electronic journals are available online to search, read and print. The Library collection includes over 440,000 electronic books. The Library web [library.udel.edu] provides a link to electronic journals and electronic books.
Numerous electronic services are offered by the University of Delaware Library. Examples of electronic services are:
The University of Delaware Library has an Institutional Repository called "UDSpace" [udspace.udel.edu] which uses open source software to capture, store, index, preserve and redistribute the intellectual output of the University of Delaware original research of faculty and staff in digital form including technical reports, scholarly articles, working papers, conference papers, images and more. The name was formerly called DSpace.
The Morris Library provides: seating for more than 2,500 people; wireless access throughout the public areas of the Morris Library with plentiful access to electric outlets for laptops and other devices; more than 200 computer workstations accessible to users; self-service photocopiers; microform reader/printers including a digital microform workstation; large reading rooms; small research studies which faculty may reserve; small graduate carrels which graduate students may reserve; a computing site; a GIS workstation; special equipment and areas to assist users with disabilities; an instructional media area and viewing room; small group study rooms for use by students in groups which may be reserved; a handsome Special Collections area including an exhibition gallery and a reading room with a controlled environmental system for rare materials; the Student Multimedia Design Center with 70 workstations and 6 studios and many other areas and services. Bleecker Street café, which is operated by the University of Delaware Dining Services, is located in the Commons just inside the Morris Library main entrance and on the right. The Reading Room on the first floor of the Morris Library was recently refurbished. The new Graduate Student Research Room, which has card access for UD graduate students, is a quiet space located inside the Reading Room.
The Student Multimedia Design Center [library.udel.edu/multimedia] is designed to meet the current and future needs of the large number of classes which involve creation of multimedia projects and presentations as a course requirement. The Center offers the space, software, equipment and expertise for all steps of multimedia creation and for practicing presentations. The Student Multimedia Design Center with its focus on multimedia creation is the largest such facility in an academic research library in the nation.
The University of Delaware Library administers a state-supported program called UDLib/SEARCH which provides access via the web to online periodicals and databases to all K-12 public schools in Delaware, and including training for teachers, librarians and technical support. More information about UDLib/SEARCH is available at [udlibsearch.lib.udel.edu]. Information for teachers and schools who wish to bring student groups to the Library is available online at [library.udel.edu/instruction/guidelines/].
Founded in 1958, the University of Delaware Library Associates, the "friends group" of the University of Delaware Library, works to enrich the research collections of the University of Delaware Library through gifts from individuals, funds raised by programs and donations of significant books. New members are actively solicited for membership with an annual minimum fee of $50 per year. The membership brochure may be accessed online at [www2.lib.udel.edu/udla] or a printed brochure may be requested by sending an email message to [UDLA@udel.edu] or by calling 302-831-2231.
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