The Delaware College for Colored Students, now known as Delaware State University, was established May 15, 1891, by the Delaware General Assembly under the provisions of the Morrill Act of 1890 by which land-grant colleges for Blacks came into existence in states maintaining separate educational facilities.
DSU currently offers 42 undergraduate degree options, an impressive number for a school our size. We also offer 16 master’s degree programs and five doctoral degree programs in areas such as interdisciplinary applied mathematics/mathematical physics and educational leadership.
The DSU Research Day is the primary outreach activity sponsored by the School of Graduate Studies and Research, Honors Day, Graduate Student Association, and Faculty Research Committee.
Job opportunities are more available to you if you are prepared. Career Services is here to coach you through that process and help you connect with employers.
The Accommodation Letter, presented to the Faculty/Administrator by the SAS Student, indicates each specific accommodation the student receives and the person(s) that are responsible for accommodation facilitation.
The William C. Jason Library is a central hub for the DSU community and serves as a resource for coursework, collections, study groups and research. It is also houses computer labs, academic offices, University Archives and the Arts Center Gallery.
A full-service Computer Lab is also available in the same area. The Computer Lab is located in the William C. Jason Library, Rooms 205 and 206.
This lab provides the latest and most updated computer technology at Delaware State University. It also provides students with dependable and knowledgeable staff ready to help with all computer-related questions and problems.
DSU’s main campus is located in the historic city of Dover, the capital of Delaware. Arguably one of the best-kept secrets on the East Coast, Dover provides a small-town feel for students who want to learn without the distractions of an urban campus. Yet, we’re only 1.5 hours away from major cities, including Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, DC, and a short drive to popular Rehoboth and Ocean City beaches. Our students truly enjoy the best of both worlds.
Student-initiated, student-run physically active and body movement-based organizations are competitive and/or recreational in nature.
The Office of Student Leadership and Activities (OSLA) provides students with the resources to get involved and find their leadership skills. The main goal of the DSU OSLA is to invest in the long-term development of students as future leaders within the global society.
Get involved in one of DSU’s many registered student organizations. Explore your interests and make lifelong connections.
The Education Department at Delaware State University was accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) in 1998 with a reaffirmation in 2014. The NCATE process ensured that accredited institutions met high and rigorous standards of accountability for their teacher education programs. This process also provided an opportunity for DSU teacher education programs to thoroughly examine their mission, goals, objectives, teaching strategies, faculty qualifications, assessment practices and performance outcomes.
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