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15-01  Annual Giving 15-02  Gift Naming 15-03  Restricted Current Use Gift 15-04  Campaign Gift Crediting 15-05  Investment Management 15-06  Endowment Spending Rate 15-07  Gift Acceptance 15-08  University Foundation Conflict of Interest  15-09  Fundraising, Sponsorship and Non-Monetary Solicitation 15-10   University Foundation Confidentiality

Campus Map

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Map and virtual tour of the Delaware State University campus.

A Salute to African-Americans on Broadway

Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26-27, at 7:30 p.m.
Education and Humanities Theatre.

Free for DSU students and $5 for the general public

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A Salute to African-Americans on Broadway

Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26-27, at 7:30 p.m.
Education and Humanities Theatre.

Free for DSU students and $5 for the general public

More information

Delaware State University 128th Commencement

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The 128th DSU Commencement

Saturday, May 7, 2016

Commencement Committee Co-Chairs: Ms. Brenda F. Farmer and Dr. Bradley Skelcher
Last updated: 2/1/16

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Congratulations Class of 2016! After many years of hard work, it is time for graduation!  As we plan for your graduation, we will post information here.  Best Wishes,   DSU 2016 Commencement Committee     Watch Commencement Replay
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War of the wedges

DSU at 125

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html { background: url(/sites/default/files/125th-background-gs.jpg) repeat-x center center fixed; -webkit-background-size: cover; -moz-background-size: cover; -o-background-size: cover; background-size: cover; } .headerimg {height:300px;} #menu-bar-wrapper {display:none;} #main-wrapper {padding-top:20px;} .container-inner {padding:10px; border: 3px solid #B9BDC0;} #one, #two, #three, #four, #menu { width:100%; padding:15px 20px; background-color:#01325b; font-family: BebasNeueRegular; font-size: 3em; font-weight: normal; color:#ffffff; margin:75px 0 0 -30px; } #header-wrapper {display:none;} a {text-decoration: underline;} #menu {margin-top:-50px;margin-left: -36px; margin-bottom:30px; padding-right:27px;} #menu a { text-decoration:none; color:#ffffff} #page-title span{display:none;} table td + td{ text-align:center;}  Events  |  DSU Timeline  |  Founders Day  |  Success Story  |  News Since its founding in 1891 as the State College for Colored Students, DSU has: Grown from a dozen students in its first year to a diverse campus of 4,500-plus today. Increased its offerings from five bachelor’s degree options to a wide array of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Operated two secondary schools on campus – from the 1920s-1952, the second high school for black youths in Delaware, and today, the Early College High School. Benefited from the leadership of 10 presidents, including Dr. Jerome Holland, who navigated the institution through instability in the 1950s with the promise of future prosperity, and it continues today with President Harry L. Williams. Become an active member of the scientific, solution-seeking research community, with $25 million in federal research grants since 2010 and the opening of the state-of-the-art Optical Science Center for Applied Research (OSCAR) Building last year. Expanded its presence abroad with institutional partnerships in China, Ghana, South Korea, South Africa, Vietnam and more. Earned recognition as the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities’ 1890 University of the Year twice in recent years. Focused on academics and innovation in achieving student success, most recently with the support of a $1.2 million Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation grant. President's Letter This year, I hope you’ll join me as we reflect upon our 1891 founding as the State College for Colored Students and our 125-year evolution into today’s Delaware State University. The official start date of the anniversary year is May 15, 2016. We’re planning a grand celebration with many opportunities throughout the year for the campus community to take part in marking this milestone. For more information on the events and activities, please regularly visit the 125th anniversary website: desu.edu/125. President Harry L. Williams Back to top Events May 15, 2016 marks the 125th anniversary and we will incorporate a celebration into the following events and ceremonies. Event/Ceremony Date Time Location Founders Day 2016—Then and Now 02/11/16 11-11:50 a.m. Loockerman Hall Scholarship Sunday 03/13/16   State-wide Earth Day/Arbor Day 4/22/16 All day MLK Student Center May Commencement 05/07/16 10-12 p.m. Alumni Stadium New Student Orientations Summer-on-going 2-day events MLKSC; campus-wide Prayer Breakfast 09/09/16 7 – 9 a.m. MLKSC all parlors Convocation 09/15/16 11-11:50 a.m. EH Theater Homecoming 10/15/16 All day Campus-wide President’s Scholarship Ball 12/10/16 5-11 p.m. Dover Downs Hotel and Casino December Commencement 12/17/16 10-12 p.m. Memorial Hall Gymnasium 125th Anniversary Kick-off Back to top Timeline for Delaware State University Back to top Founders Day 2016 Back to top

Black Lives Matter Symposium Black Panther Lecture

Wednesday, February 3
Black Lives Matter Symposium Documentary Screening “Black Panthers: The Vanguard of the Revolution”
Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center, 2nd floor Parlors  |  6 p.m. 
FREE and open to the public

Black Lives Matter Symposium Documentary Screening “Black Panthers: The Vanguard of the Revolution”

Thursday, February 4
Black Lives Matter Symposium Black Panther Lecture/Forum

Bobby Seale, co-founder of the Black Panther Party, guest speaker, 11 a.m., MLK Jr. Student Center 2nd floor Parlors

Panel discussion, BPP-subject scholars, 1 p.m., MLK Jr. Student Center 2nd floor Parlors

Panel discussion, Mr. Seale and other former BPP members, 3 p.m. MLK Jr. Student Center 2nd floor Parlors

All Black Panther Party Symposium events are free and open to the public. 

2016 Black History Month at Delaware State University

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Delaware State University will feature the following events and exhibitions during the 2016 Black History Month: Wednesday, February 3 Black Lives Matter Symposium Documentary Screening “Black Panthers: The Vanguard of the Revolution” Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center, 2nd floor Parlors  |  6 p.m.  FREE and open to the public Thursday, February 4 Black Lives Matter Symposium Black Panther Lecture/Forum Bobby Seale, co-founder of the Black Panther Party, guest speaker, 11 a.m., MLK Jr. Student Center 2nd floor Parlors Panel discussion, BPP-subject scholars, 1 p.m., MLK Jr. Student Center 2nd floor Parlors Panel discussion, Mr. Seale and other former BPP members, 3 p.m. MLK Jr. Student Center 2nd floor Parlors All Black Panther Party Symposium events are free and open to the public.  Thursday. February 11 Founders Day: Now and Then​ Featuring exhibition of artifacts | 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Loockerman Hall FREE and open to the public   Friday. February 19 HonorAfrica Forum Dr. Clyde Rivers, president of iChangeNations, guest speaker, 9:30-11 a.m, Education and Humanities Theatre. Topic: New Africa There will be a panel discussion featuring Dr. Rivers, Dr. Akwesi Osei, DSU acting associate dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Erastus Mongare, co-founder and director of StartUp Africa The Panel will also engage in a Q&A with the audience. FREE and open to the public     Friday-Saturday. February 26-27 A Salute to African-Americans on Broadway The DSU Theatre Program of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences will present monologues and musical selections from African-American performances on Broadway during to 7:30 p.m. shows. The production is free for DSU students with I.D. and $5 for the general public.    

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