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Your Admissions Counselors

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Our admissions counselors travel to states in the Northeast region to meet with you in person. They come prepared to give you an inside perspective on what it’s like to be a student here. Get to know them better! Check out the list below to find your admissions counselor and call or email them to ask questions about Delaware State University. They are ready to help you! Admissions Counselors  Devon Sivels Phone: 302.857.7356 Email: dsivels@desu.edu Recruitment Area: Delaware Favorite College Memory: My favorite college moment came at the end of my college career as I walked across the stage to receive the Presidential Leadership Award. Having been granted the opportunity to say that I am a college graduate made all of the hard work worth it. Determination pays off.  Why Should Students Choose DSU: Students should look to DSU because we inspire greatness, promote growth, develop leaders, and keep students as our number one priority. Hawa Turay Phone: 302.857.7780 Email: hturay@desu.edu Recruitment Area:  Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York   Favorite College Memory: My favorite college moments were when I was working as an orientation leader. I loved meeting all of the new students and their families. Also being able to interact with them and being able to share my experiences with them to help kind of ease them into the new chapter of their lives. Why Should Students Choose DSU: Students should choose DSU because of the endless possibilities of what they can do and become. There are so many different opportunities here at DSU that students can take advantage of to become very successful. Not only is DSU very diverse and cultured it is also very rich with many opportunities for student to get involved and stay involved. 

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You have explored many colleges to find the right fit. We're glad that Delaware State University is one of your top choices! Review undergraduate or graduate admissions requirements, and click below to apply online. Apply Now! Undergraduate Student Apply Now! Graduate Student

Getting Started

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Thank you for your interest in Delaware State University! From here you can explore what you need to get started on your journey toward a Delaware State University degree. Undergraduate Students  Review DSU admissions requirements. Create an account to get started on your online application and pay $35 application fee. Forward your SAT or ACT test scores to Office of Admissions Mail your official high school transcript to DSU Admissions.  Check your application status.  Transfer Students  Review DSU transfer admissions requirements to determine eligibility. Create an account to get started on your online application and pay $35 application fee. Mail official final high school transcript and transcript(s) from all institutions of higher education attended to Office of Admissions. Forward SAT or ACT scores (if applicable) to DSU Admissions. Check your application status.  International Students  Start admissions process no later than 90 days prior to start of classes. Review the DSU international admissions requirements to determine eligibility. Create an account to get started on your online application. Forward all test scores, including TOEFL, to the Office of Admissions. Have your academic transcripts evaluated by a DSU recognized credential agency.  (if applicable) Submit all required financial documents to the Office of Admissions. Military & Veteran Students  Review first-year, transfer or graduate admissions requirements to determine eligibility. Create an account to get started on your online application and pay $35 application fee. Mail official high school transcript and college transcript (s) if applicable. Forward SAT or ACT scores if applicable. Check your application status.  Graduate Students  Review DSU graduate admissions requirements to determine eligibility. Create an account to get started on your online application  and pay $50 application fee. Forward application packet to include transcripts, test scores and letters of recommendation to the Office of Admissions. (Check the requirements of the program to which you are applying)

Admissions

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Expect Greatness. We’ll help you achieve it. At Delaware State University, you’ll receive personal attention from passionate, expert faculty in smaller classes. Challenging curricula combined with hands-on learning and cutting-edge research opportunities will prepare you to be competitive and help you land your dream job. From your first moment on campus, you’ll feel the welcoming spirit of our close-knit, diverse and energetic community. If you’re interested in learning without the hustle and bustle an urban setting can sometimes create, DSU is the place for you. Our beautiful main campus is situated in among 350 acres of historic buildings, state-of-the-art modern facilities and green spaces in Delaware’s capital city of Dover. Yet, we’re still just a short way from Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Delaware and Maryland beaches. Your journey to greatness begins here. Come see why Delaware State University is one of the premier Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the nation! FALL AND SPRING DECISION LETTERS BEGIN LATE SEPTEMBER  
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Let us personally guide you through the admissions process. Please contact our knowledgeable, friendly admissions counselors for assistance.

Continuing Education & Non-Degree Students

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If you are starting out with an associate's degree, some college credit or none at all, we can support you on your path to success! We offer hundreds of online professional development courses, degree completion and non-credit enrichment courses. Register for a for-credit DSU course: Select your DSU courses Complete application Pay your bill before the deadline (click on QuikPay) Contact the Office of Records and Registration at 302.857.6375 for more information.  Register for a professional development course: Select your professional development courses Complete application Pay your bill before the deadline Have questions about professional development courses? Contact the Office of Adult & Continuing Education at 302.857.6820 for more information.  

High School Counselors

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As a high school counselor you have the important job of helping students make one of the most important decisions in their lives. Choosing the right college! Here you will find useful information about DSU that you can share with your students. Have questions along the way? Contact one of our Admissions Counselors.  1. About DSU Early Bird Program  Admissions Counselors Tuition & Fees Financial Aid Majors and concentrations Housing and Residential Education Net Price Calculator   2. Campus Visit Opportunities for Students Open House Hornet Days   3. Student Admissions Information Getting Started First Year Students  

Parents

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It’s important for you to stay involved as your student starts college. That’s why we aim to keep you up to date with information and resources to support your student during his or her time at DSU.  1. Explore DSU Getting Started Admissions Counselors Tuition & Fees Housing and Residential Education Financial Aid Net Price Calculator   2. Visit Campus Schedule a campus visit Attend Open House   3. Enroll Your Student  New Student Orientation Accepted student checklist   4. Stay Connected Sign-up for Parent Buzz Newsletter Resources for DSU parents  Parents Day  

Military & Veteran Students

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For the past six years, Delaware State University has received the Military Friendly® School award. We pride ourselves on having a dedicated Office of Veteran Affairs coordinator with military experience who can help guide your transition from military life to college student.  Victory Media has named DSU a 2016 Military Friendly® School, a designation awarded to the top colleges, universities, community colleges and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to embrace military students and to dedicate resources to ensure their success both in the classroom and after graduation. VA and G.I. Benefits  Delaware State University offers excellent educational benefits to our military and veteran students, including: Six elective credits based on their discharge papers. (eligible and enrolled students) In-state tuition for active duty military students and National Guard and Reserve members who are stationed in Delaware. Recognition of the American Council on Education-recommended college credits for professional military education, training courses and occupational experience of service members and veterans.  Coordination of vocational, educational and professional counseling, evaluation of abilities and aptitudes, tutoring and rehabilitative services, and VA Work-Study opportunities available from the Department of Veterans Affairs. If you're eligible or have eligible dependents, Delaware State University’s Office of Veterans Affairs can give you the personal attention you may need to manage and administer education benefit programs, including: Active Duty Post 9/11 Montgomery GI Bill* Yellow Ribbon Program**  Vocational Rehabilitation Selected Reserves Survivors and Dependents Educational Benefits * Under the Post 9/11 program, eligible military students attending DSU’s VA-approved Flight School may currently receive up to $10,970 in tuition and fees per academic year. ** DSU matches VA up to 50 percent of unmet out-of-state tuition and fee charges for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students eligible for Yellow Ribbon.   
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Transfer Wednesdays

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Fall 2016 Transfer Wednesdays dates will be coming/listed soon Delaware State University is hosting “Transfer Wednesdays” again this March for students who are interested in transferring to the University. Prospective students will have an opportunity to speak one-on-one with an admissions coordinator, learn about financial aid, have their transcripts evaluated to find out which credits will transfer, and schedule future meetings with their academic department. Transfer Wednesdays will be held in the Office of Admissions on the first floor of the Administration Building from 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. ET. Walk-ins are welcome, but students are encouraged to register. Prospective transfer students are invited to bring their official transcripts for a preliminary evaluation of transfer credits, and also an instant admission decision*. Check Transfer Admission Requirements. RSVP: Register now. Parking: Upon entering the campus, inform security that you are attending Transfer Wednesdays in the Office of Admissions. For more information, please contact Pia Stokes at transfer@desu.edu or call 302.857.6351. *Based on complete application, receipt of official high school transcript and all official previous institution transcripts and meeting University criteria. See website for complete details.

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If you have questions, please contact us at 302.857.6351, 800.845.2544 or admissions@desu.edu.  If you are not able to join us, but would still like to visit our campus, please contact DSU Tour.

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