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Academic Calendar

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    Spring 2012 semester January 4 Residence halls open for new students only January 5-6 Registration for new and readmitted students   January 6 Removal date for nonpayment; last day to mail in or fax registration   January 8 Residence halls open for returning students at noon   January 9-13 Welcome Days for new students   January 9 Classes begin for spring semester; advising/registration for remaining students January 10 Late registration begins    January 16 Martin Luther King Day Observance   January 17 Last day for reinstatement; last day for adding classes; documentation for nonattendance due; late registration ends; last day to change courses to audit status   January 18 Effective date for $10 per drop processing fee; effective date for receiving a grade of "W" for dropped courses   February 9 Founders Day February 13-16 Mid-term evaluations administered February 23 Last day to remove incompletes    March 5-9 Spring Break   March 5-10 MEAC Tournament   March 15 Priority deadline for filing FAFSA   March 26-30 Priority academic advisement period (athletes, honor students and seniors are entitled to priority registration)   March 28 Last day to drop classes   April 2 Priority preregistration (athletes, honor students and seniors are entitled to priority registration)    April 3-13 Preregistration for summer/fall 2012    April 6-9 Easter recess April 12 Honors Day   April 12 Last day to withdraw from the University April 14 Open House April 15 Exit interview for May graduates due   April 26 Last day of classes   April 27 Reading Day   April 30-May 4 Final exams   May 4 Residence halls close for semester   May 19-20 Commencement weekend     

Ladies Tea RSVP Form

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A LADIES TEA

Hosted by First Lady Dr. Robin Williams

Friday, Dec. 12, 2014 | 12 pm – 1:00 pm (Wear your favorite hat)
President’s residence (across from Warren-Franklin Residence Hall)

RSVP online by Dec.  2, 2014

 

Commencement Events

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       DATE           EVENT LOCATION Before             Feb. 28, 2014 Order cap and gown (regalia) Order online Feb. 26 - 28, 2014   Senior Photos www.ouryear.com (code: 721) to schedule an appointment or call 1-800-Our Year Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Center (MLKSC) 3rd floor, SGA suite: 302 Apr. 1 - 2, 2014 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Graduation Fair (Eligible graduates can pick up their cap and gown--regalia, order or pick up class rings, graduation announcements, etc.) Bookstore, MLKSC May 1, 2014 Casual attire; please stop by anytime between  11 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Senior Class Brunch Hosted by the President and the First Lady (RSVP online)   President's Residence (across from Warren-Franklin Residence Hall)   May 2, 2014 Reading Day Campus-wide May 5 - 9, 2014 Finals Week Campus-wide May 9, 2014 9 a.m. Commencement Rehearsal (Mandatory) Alumni Stadium May 9, 2014 12 – 1:30 p.m. A Ladies Tea (for the ladies of the Senior Class)    Hosted by First Lady Dr. Robin Williams (fabulous gifts and prizes) RSVP required by May 1, 2014 www.desu.edu/ladiestea MLKSC 2nd parlors May 10, 2014 8 a.m. - 10 a.m.  Athletics Director's Breakfast Cost: $20 MLKSC, 2nd Floor Parlors  May 10, 2014 1:00 p.m. Oaths and Honors (for graduating nursing students and their families) (formally called the Nursing Pinning Ceremony) Theater, Education and Humanities building       May 11, 2014 8:30  a.m. Commencement LINEUP Wellness & Recreation Center (WRC) for the platform party, faculty and graduate students—PhD, EdD and Master degree candidates; UNDERGRADUATE CANDIDATES line up on the outdoor basketball courts between the MLKSC  and the WRC May 11, 2014 10 a.m. (Processional will start at 9:30 a.m.) Commencement Commencement PARKING—on campus ONLY - parking at area businesses may subject you to ticketing and towing. Alumni Stadium   (Please note that students will march into Alumni Stadium prior to 10 a.m.)    

ParentBuzz Email Newsletter Archive

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Finance and Administration

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The Finance and Administration Division contributes to the enrichment of the students’ educational experience.  In a nut-shell, the division helps support all functional units of the University to change lives! The primary responsibility of Finance and Administration is to ensure a clean, safe, productive campus environment while providing the highest quality service in support of academic excellence through thoughtful stewardship of financial, technological, infrastructure and human resources. The Division has a team of talented professionals that are committed to providing the most efficient and cost effective business support to the Delaware State University community.  The functional areas have distinct responsibilities in providing the services necessary to carry out the mission of the University. The Finance area works very closely with the Vice President for Finance and Administration to keep the office apprised of the financial status and health of all units of the University. Planning, Budgeting and Systems provides the University key decision makers with information that allows them to make fact-based decisions with the ability to measure the anticipated impact of those decisions by creating current and long-range budget plans. Human Resources serves as a partner with the University community by providing customer service and progressive initiatives to attract, retain and motivate a highly-talented, committed and diverse workforce. Institutional Research provides historical, current and projected long-range information which allows the University to provide for current students as well as preparing for student enrollment and housing needs before they arise. Division of Finance Budget Office Controller Accounting Department General Accounting and  Reporting Restricted Grants Accounting Accounts Payable Fixed Assets and Inventory Management Department Payroll Department Purchasing Department Student Accounts Office Facilities and Physical Plant Planning and System Information Technology Human Resources Institutional Research Housing Foundation Institutional Research and Analysis Enterprise Risk Management Insurance International Affairs Auxiliary and Dining Services  Finance and Administration Policies Travel Policy Travel Card Application Form Missing Receipt Affidavit    

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