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The Undergraduate Academic Services (UAS) for the College of Arts & Sciences provides student support on behalf of the Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences. Their website provides a wealth of information for all advising-related questions. Their staff can help with:
New student orientationQuestions regarding University or College requirementsExcused absencesUniversity withdrawal or leave of absenceSenior CheckoutAcademic probationHow to deal with extenuating circumstances
Visit the UAS at 109 Mitchell Hall
Office Hours: 8-5pm weekdays
Walk–In Hours: 1-4pm weekdays
Call at (302) 831-3020
Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The NUCLEUS Program
is an undergraduate academic support services program that is open to
all students in the College of Arts and Sciences. They provide:
Supplemental academic advisingUse of the NUCLEUS Student Space and its resources in 118 Brown LabDirect connections to enriching campus resources such as career servicesTimely information about on-campus academic and professional development eventsInformation about academic programs and academic award opportunitiesOpportunities to make supportive academic connections with peersAssistance with getting involved in undergraduate research
Supplemental academic advising
Use of the NUCLEUS Student Space and its resources in 118 Brown Lab
Direct connections to enriching campus resources such as career services
Timely information about on-campus academic and professional development events
Information about academic programs and academic award opportunities
Opportunities to make supportive academic connections with peers
Assistance with getting involved in undergraduate research
Visit the NUCLEUS Program at 118 Brown Lab
Call at (302) 831-3095
Email at email@example.com
The Student Support Services Program (SSSP)
is a support program that is open to all UD students who qualify for
participation in a federal TRIO program. They offer:
Academic counseling and advisingPersonal counselingPeer mentoringFree individual and group tutoringAssistance in applying for financial aidEducational workshops Free social and cultural eventsAccess to the SSSP Academic Resource Center (ARC)
Academic counseling and advising
Free individual and group tutoring
Assistance in applying for financial aid
Free social and cultural events
Access to the SSSP Academic Resource Center (ARC)
Visit the SSSP office at 148-150 S. College Ave. (corner of S. College & Amstel)
Call at (302) 831-4993
Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Disability Support Services (DSS)
provides support to students who have physical, medical, psychological
or learning disabilities. Their services include:
Obtaining classroom accommodationsAcademic coachingTutoringAssistive technology
Obtaining classroom accommodations
Visit the DSS
office at 240 Academy Street
Call at (302) 831-4643
Email at email@example.com
The Office of Academic Enrichment (OAE) provides a variety of valuable support services for free or reduced cost:
Free drop-in and group tutoringLow cost individual tutoringIn-person and online study skills workshopsSkill-building coursesOne-on-one academic support
Free drop-in and group tutoring
Low cost individual tutoring
In-person and online study skills workshops
One-on-one academic support
Visit the OAE office at 148-150 S. College Ave. (corner of S. College & Amstel)
The Morris Library is a great resource for academic help and as space for studying. It offers:
Access to numerous electronic, print, and media content through DELCAT DiscoveryThe Student Multimedia Design CenterQuiet study spaces on every floorReservable group study rooms A variety of workshops available to all students
Access to numerous electronic, print, and media content through DELCAT Discovery
The Student Multimedia Design Center
Quiet study spaces on every floor
Reservable group study rooms
A variety of workshops available to all students
Visit the Morris Library at 181 S College Ave.
Call at (302) 831-2965
Text a librarian your question by sending a message to
The Center for Counseling & Student Development (CCSD) is a great resource for not only academic development but personal development. If offers:
Counseling appointmentsOff-campus service referralsCareer workshopsPsychoeducation workshops
Visit the CCSD at 261 Perkins Student Center
Call at (302) 831-2141