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Anticipated Major Update Form

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Ladies Tea RSVP Form

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A LADIES TEA

Hosted by First Lady Dr. Robin Williams

Friday, Friday 6, 2016 | 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
MLK Student Center, 2nd floor parlors

RSVP online by April 19, 2016

 

Finance and Administration

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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 Chief Operating Office 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 Contract and Procurement Administration Student Accounts Office Facilities and Physical Plant Planning and System Information Technology Human Resources Institutional Research Housing Foundation Enterprise Risk Management Insurance International Affairs Auxiliary and Dining Services
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Dr. Teresa Hardee

Dr. Teresa Hardee
CFO and COO

Homecoming Vendor Form

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NOTE: Once a registration form is submitted, the vendor will be contacted by DSU to discuss reservation details such as insurance, food licenses, and payment options. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact Jordin Williams, Coordinator - Homecoming Vendors, at jnwilliams@desu.edu

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Graduating with Honors

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Honors Convocation (traditionally held on the evening before Commencement), will be incorporated into the Commencement ceremony. Students graduating with honors will receive their cords at the mandatory rehearsal on Friday May 6, 2016. Students should proudly wear them at the Commencement ceremony on Saturday May 7, 2016.  Honors are awarded to graduation candidates who have attended the University for at least three years (90 semester hours) and have met the following criteria: SUMMA CUM LAUDE for a scholastic average of 3.75 or above MAGNA CUM LAUDE for a scholastic average of 3.50 to 3.74 CUM LAUDE for a scholastic average of 3.25 to 3.49 HONORABLE MENTION for transfer students (Honorable mention is awarded to transfer students if they complete the last two years of academic work toward graduation (60 semester hours) at Delaware State University with a minimum GPA of 3.50.) CORD DISTRIBUTION  - (Cords will be distributed at the mandatory Commencement rehearsal on Friday May 6, 2016.) SUMMA CUM LAUDE  = 3 gold cords and 1 DSU red & blue cord (twist) MAGNA CUM LAUDE = 2 gold cords and 1 DSU red & blue cord (twist) CUM LAUDE = 1 gold cord and 1 DSU red & blue cord (twist) HONORABLE MENTION = 1 DSU red & blue cord (twist) CONGRATULATIONS!  JOB WELL DONE!  

Graduation Requirements

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The 128th DSU May Commencement


 

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Courses and Credits The minimum number of semester hours required for graduation is one hundred and twenty (120). This number varies with many of the major programs. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the requirements of the major study area in which they are enrolled to be eligible for graduation.    A candidate for the baccalaureate degree must complete the last thirty (30) semester hours of credits at Delaware State University. However, a student may enroll in six to eight (6-8) hours of courses at another institution upon approval of the department chairperson and the academic dean.   Students who transfer from other institutions must earn a minimum of thirty (30) semester hours at Delaware State University. Degree Audits All degree audits must be done through your academic advisor and sent to the Records & Registration Office by the published deadlines. Grades and Grade Point Averages (GPA) To qualify for graduation, the following grades and grade point averages must be earned by the candidate: A minimum overall grade point average of 2.00 (“C”) A minimum grade of 2.00 ("C") in each course in a field of specialization A minimum of 2.00 (“C”) GPA for the last thirty (30) semester hours of work at the University No student may graduate with any incomplete (“I”) or “In Progress” grades on his/her transcript Double Degrees A student can be awarded two (2) degrees at the same time only if the degrees are different (e.g., Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees). If a student is pursuing two (2) fields of study for which the same degree is awarded, then only one (1) diploma will be granted, but both fields of study will be listed on the diploma. To be eligible for a second degree: 1) course work must be taken in two fields of study and 2) the student must satisfy the curriculum requirements of both departments. A student returning to Delaware State University for a second degree or major must officially declare a major in the second area and need only satisfy the additional requirements for the second major in order for the second baccalaureate degree to be conferred. Diplomas are ordered by degree. One diploma will be ordered for each degree earned and will not be issued to a candidate who has not satisfied all financial obligations to the institution, including loan programs administered by the University. Graduation with Honors Honors are awarded to graduation candidates who have attended the University for at least three years (90 semester hours) and have met the following criteria: SUMMA CUM LAUDE for a scholastic average of 3.75 or above MAGNA CUM LAUDE for a scholastic average of 3.50 to 3.74 CUM LAUDE for a scholastic average of 3.25 to 3.49 HONORABLE MENTION for transfer students (Honorable mention is awarded to transfer students if they complete the last two years of academic work toward graduation (60 semester hours) at Delaware State University with a minimum GPA of 3.50.) Application for Graduation All prospective graduates should have filed an application for graduation in the Office of Registration and Records by October 15 for December and by February 3 for May. There is no guarantee that diplomas or regalia will be available for the graduation exercise for those students who apply after the deadline. Students who have met degree requirements are eligible for graduation at the close of any semester. Degrees are awarded on the students’ transcripts upon completion of all requirements with the actual award date (December 15th for the Fall, May 15th for the Spring and August 15th for the Summer). Degrees are conferred three times a year and qualified students can participate in the University’s Commencement Exercises in May and December. August graduates are eligible to receive their diplomas on the actual award date and are eligible to participate in the following fall or spring graduation exercise. Exit Interview It is mandatory that all graduates who have been awarded Title IV Loans (Perkins Loans, Signature Loans, Stafford Loans, Student Nursing Loans and Unsubsidized Loans) complete an exit interview. The exit interview can be completed by following the steps below: Log on to: www.NSLDS.ed.gov Click on “Exit Counseling”  Fill in ALL fields with appropriate information and click “Submit” Answer all accompanying questions and click "Continue" NOTE: If a score of 100% is not received, you will not be able to participate in the commencement exercises. If you have received a Federal Perkins or Nursing Loan, you will receive an exit packet from Campus Partners at a later date. To secure a copy of your debt summary, log on to: www.mycampusloan.com If your graduation date is incorrect, forward an email to: lthompson@desu.edu listing your expected graduation date. An exit interview hold will be placed on your account and all University services will be withheld including release of transcripts and diploma if the exit interview process is not completed by November 15--(December Commencement) and April 15 for May Commencement. Commencement Participation Eligibility Students may participate in Commencement in May if they have satisfied the following conditions Filed the application for graduation by October 15; Enrolled in and successfully completed all academic requirements for graduation prior to graduation; Satisfied all financial obligations to the University; Completed the Exit Interview. Completed the Graduate Exit Survey online.  * Questions For all questions pertaining to graduation requirements (except the Exit Interview), contact the Office of the Records and Registration at 302.857.6375, Administration Building, 1st floor. For questions concerning the Exit Interview and financial information, contact the Office of Student Accounts at 302.857.6240, also located in the Administration Building, 1st floor.

President's Annual Holiday Dinner

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RSVP no later than Tuesday, December 8, 2015

 

Welcome Days

Class of 2020 and Transfer Students,

It’s time to arrive for Spring 2016! In an effort to help you get ready for your new life as a Delaware State University student, you are required to attend Welcome Days—our signature event created to help new students make a smooth transition from high school to Hornet Nation.

Summer

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There's something for everyone at Delaware State University this summer! DSU has many exciting opportunities for children, students and teachers with summer camps, summer programs, and summer college.
 

 

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There's something for everyone at DSU this summer!              

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