Skip to Main Content
Sign In
Visit Apply Give

Need General Academic Help?

Image Picker for Section 0

Undergraduate Academic Services


​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 orientation
  • Questions regarding University or College requirements
  • Excused absences
  • University withdrawal or leave of absence
  • Senior Checkout
  • Academic probation
  • How 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

Academic Support Programs

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 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 

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 advising

  • Personal counseling

  • Peer mentoring

  • Free individual and group tutoring

  • Assistance in applying for financial aid

  • Educational workshops

  • 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

The Office of Disability Support Services (DSS) provides support to students who have physical, medical, psychological or learning disabilities. Their services include:

  • Obtaining classroom accommodations

  • Academic coaching

  • Tutoring

  • Assistive technology

Visit the DSS office ​at 240 Academy Street

Call at (302) 831-4643

Email at

Office of Academic Enrichment

The Office of Academic Enrichment (OAE) provides a variety of valuable support services for free or reduced cost:

  • Free drop-in and group tutoring

  • Low cost individual tutoring

  • In-person and online study skills workshops

  • Skill-building courses

  • One-on-one academic support

Visit the OAE office at 148-150 S. College Ave. (corner of S. College & Amstel)

Morris Library

The Morris Library is a great resource for academic help and as space for studying. It offers:

Visit the Morris Library at 181 S College Ave.

Call at (302) 831-2965

Text a librarian your question by sending a message to (302) 360-8747

Center for Counseling & Student Development

​The Center for Counseling & Student Development (CCSD) is a great resource for not only academic development but personal development. If offers:

  • Counseling appointments
  • Off-campus service referrals
  • Career workshops
  • Psychoeducation workshops

Visit the CCSD at 261 Perkins Student Center

Call at (302) 831-2141

Page Settings and MetaData:
(Not Shown on the Page)
Page Settings
General Academic Support
MetaData for Search Engine Optimization
Need General Academic Help?