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DSU @ Wilmington Staff  Valerie Dinkins  Director 302.254.5332 vdinkins@desu.edu Stacey Wilkerson, Administrative Secretary 302.254.5340 swilkerson@desu.edu Cheryl Lolley, Student  Support Services 302.504.5473 clolley@desu.edu Serena Parker, Student Support Services 302.254.5334 sfranklin@desu.edu Donald Evans, Coordinator devans@desu.edu Phone: 302.254.5340 Fax: 302.254.5350   Directions to DSU @ Wilmington: 3931 Kirkwood Hwy, Wilmington, DE 19808 From Philadelphia:  Take Delaware Expwy (I-95 S) toward Chester.Take Delaware Expwy (I-95 S) toward Chester. Take exit #11/I-495 S/Port of Wilmington/Baltimore onto Vietnam Veterans Memorial Hwy (I-495 S). Continue on Delaware Turnpike (I-95 S). Take exit #5A-B/US-202 S/SR-141/US-13/New Castle/Newport onto SR-141 N toward Newport. Take exit #6A-B/SR-2/SR-41/Elsmere/Newark/Lancaster onto Kirkwood Hwy (SR-2 W, SR-41 N) toward Newark/Lancaster. Your destination on Kirkwood Hwy (SR-2 W) is on the right.  From New Jersey: Take I-676 S Continue on I-76 E. Take exit #1A/I-295 S/Del Mem Br to the left onto I-295 S. Take the I-295 S/US-40 W/Del Mem Br exit to the left onto I-295 S (partial toll road). Take the I-95 S/SR-141/I-95 N/Newark/Baltimore/Wilmington exit to the left onto SR-141 N toward I-95 S/Newark/Baltimore/Newport/Lancaster. Take exit #6A-B/SR-2/SR-41/Elsmere/Newark/Lancaster onto Kirkwood Hwy (SR-2 W, SR-41 N) toward Newark/Lancaster. Your destination 3931 Kirkwood Hwy (SR-2 W) is on the right.

MPA

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Master of Public Administration (MPA) The Master of Public Administration program in Wilmington prepares students for positions as administrators, managers, and analysts in a variety of public sector and non-profit settings; city and county administrators, human resource professionals, and a wide range of other leadership and management positions in health care, education, non-profit and non-governmental organizations.   The highly-flexible, accelerated program: Offers students an affordably priced, high quality degree Offers an accelerated schedule so that program completion can be achieved in 12-18 months Is Practitioner-focused Class Schedule Accelerated (12-18 months)  Session Dates  Fall 2016 Session I:         August 29 – October 20 Session II        October 24 – December 15   Course Information Click on the link below to find class schedules and course descriptions https://bnrhvprod-ssb.desu.edu/dsu/kiosk/course_cat.html   Program Director Dr. Michael Boone 302.857.7124   Requirements  3-5 years of work experience with two years at the supervisory or management level (military experience qualifies as work experience) GRE or GMAT (scores may be waived for applicants with supervisory or managerial experience) An interview with program administrators 2 letters of recommendation Transfer students: acceptance of up to 9 credit hours from an accredited university with at least a B grade Non-degree seeking students: may take up to 9 credit hours and need not apply for the program

Graduate Admission Process

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Follow these simple steps to apply to and register for a graduate program at DSU @ Wilmington.

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Graduate Admission Process To meet the needs of working professionals, DSU aims to make the admissions process straightforward and simple. For admission to graduate study at DSU @ Wilmington, you need to show evidence of having earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university, meet other criteria required of each program and possess the ability to carry out graduate work of high quality. You should review admissions deadlines and requirements for the program to which you are applying. Follow these simple steps to apply to and register for a graduate program at DSU @ Wilmington.   1. Complete an online application   Online graduate application for admission A $50 application fee is required.   2. Submit official transcripts and test scores  Submit official transcript from each college or university attended and official test scores to: Graduate Admissions c/o DSU@Wilmington 3931 Kirkwood Hwy Wilmington, DE 19808 Prospective students must arrange for the official transcript(s) and standardized examination scores to be forwarded to the above address.   3. Register for Classes  Your program director will provide you with information on how to register for classes.   4. Complete New Graduate Student Orientation VIRTUAL ORIENTATION Contact Dr. Delauder, Dean of the School of Graduate Studies and Research at 302.857.6800 or gradstudies@desu.edu. For application status information, please contact Admission Office at 302.-254-5340 or gradstudieswilm@desu.edu.   Non-Degree Seeking Students If you choose to take one or more courses before applying to a graduate program, we can support you on that path. How to register for courses: Search for classes Apply (application) Pay your bill Enroll at DSU!  

MS in Social Work

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Master of Social Work (MSW) The only Master of Social Work program in Delaware prepares students for advanced careers in the human services field. Students admitted to the Advanced Standing Program can even earn a MSW in just 1 year.    The program offers full-time and part-time class schedules for convenience and:  Gives students who have completed their BSW within five years from an accredited institution an Advanced Standing and the opportunity to skip 10 introductory courses. Is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Has full-time professors with doctoral degrees. Can offer students who do not meet admissions requirements part-time program attendance under the direction of a mentor. Offers the same tuition both in-state and out-of-state. Class Schedule  Mondays: 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm & Wednesdays: 7:15 pm - 10:30 pm Students take five classes per week (4 in class and one in the field) Part-time (3-4 years) Full-time (2 years) Advanced Standing (1 year)   Core Courses:   Policies & Services in Social Welfare Human Behavior & the Social Environment Generalist Practice (Regular & Advanced) Research & Evaluation Methods Administration, Management & Supervision in Social Work Practice  Field Practicum Theories of Personality and Psychopathology Practice & Program Evaluation for the Advance Practitioner  Cost Per Credit    $425 (In-State and Out-of-State) Program Director: Dr. Tina Jordan Requirements (Regular & Advanced Status) Requirement Regular Advanced Completed BSW within last five years (from CSWE accredited program for Advanced Standing consideration) * * MAT or GRE * * Three professional references (one letter must be from Chair of undergraduate department for Advanced Standing consideration) * * Personal statement * * Overall GPA 3.0 or higher and "B" or better in social work foundation courses   * Minimum of "B" in undergraduate field placement   * Descriptions and evaluations of undergraduate field work experience   * Summer seminar prior to admission   *  

MBA

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Master of Business Administration (MBA) The flexible Master of Business Administration program at DSU @ Wilmington gives working professionals options in both regular and accelerated course schedules as well as admissions criteria.     The highly-flexible, accelerated program is designed for working professionals and aspiring managers looking to advance their careers. The program: Is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Only 5 percent of business schools worldwide receive this prestigious distinction  Most classes taught by full-time professors holding doctoral degrees Offers the same tuition both in-state and out-of-state Class Schedule  Accelerated (12 months) Regular (18 months) Part-time (24 months + 1 summer session) Program Directors Dr. Daeryong Kim Interim Program Director, MBA 302.857.6906 Ms. Ha Nguyen Coordinator, MBA 302.857.6922 Core Courses  Information & Technology Management Economics for Managerial Decision-Making Marketing Management Accounting for Decision-Making Financial Management Organizational Leadership and Behavior Business Law & Ethics Operations Analysis Management International Management Applied Strategic Management Note: Concentrations in Finance, Information Systems and Project Management Cost Per Credit    $500 (In-State and Out-of-State) Requirements  GMAT or GRE (with permission of Program Director) Two recommendations Personal statement  

MS in Sport Administration

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Master of Science in Sport Administration (MSA) The Master of Science in Sport Administration program at DSU @ Wilmington prepares sport, recreational and fitness professionals for advanced responsibilities within sport and sport-related organizations.   The highly-flexible, accelerated program gives graduates the business savvy needed for a career in sport administration. The program: Is customizable to fit the interests of students Offers classes taught by full-time professors holding doctoral degrees Offers the same tuition both in-state and out-of-state Features dedicated professors who make time for their students Class Schedule  Accelerated (12 months)  Two accelerated evening classes held Mondays from 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm Offers one weekly online course throughout the semester Program Director Jan Blade, Ed.D. Director of Sport Administration  302.857.6607  Core Courses   Fall: Sport Management Financial Aspects of Sport Sport in Society Spring: Introduction to Research Methods and Statistics Sport Marketing Legal Issues in Sport Summer: Sport Facility Design and Management Current Trends and Issues in Sport Internship in Sport Administration  Cost Per Credit    $425 (In-State and Out-of-State) Requirements  GRE or GMAT Three recommendations    

Prospective Students

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Grossley Hall
Suites 207 and 208

Graduate Admissions
Phone: 302-254-5340
gradstudieswilm@desu.edu


Phone: 302.857.6800
Fax: 302.857.6803
Email: gradstudies@desu.edu

Graduate Program Inquiry

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Application Deadlines and Processes  APPLICATION DEADLINES (Domestic) June 30  for Fall (August) enrollment September 1 for Fall Session II (October) enrollment November 15 for Spring (January) enrollment February 1 for Spring Session II (March) enrollment April 15 for Summer (May) enrollment APPLICATION DEADLINES (International) May 1 for Fall (August) enrollment August 1 for Fall Session II (October) enrollment November 1 for Spring (January) enrollment January 15 for Spring Session II (March) enrollment April 1 for Summer (May) enrollment Graduate Application Processes For admission to graduate study, applicants must show evidence that they have earned the baccalaureate degree at an accredited college or university and possess the ability to carry out graduate work of high quality. An official transcript of all previous undergraduate and graduate work must be submitted. To be considered for unconditional admissions, applicants should have a minimum cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 2.5 (on a 4-point scale) and a scholastic average of 3.0 in their undergraduate major. The applicant should have successfully completed the requisite undergraduate courses in the field in which they plan to pursue a graduate degree. The online application must be used by all students seeking graduate admission to Delaware State University. A non-refundable application fee of $50 must accompany all submitted applications.  For all graduate programs, official scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), the Miller Analogies Test (MAT), or other specified examinations, writings, documents, or productions as defined by the individual department or program are required. Students scoring below the 50th percentile on the verbal and/or analytical writing section of their standardized examination may be required to demonstrate additional proficiency.  Please note that all graduate programs reserve the right to note more stringent admission guidelines and earlier deadlines than the School of Graduate Studies and Research. It is therefore advisable to discuss program requirements with the program director prior to submission of application materials. All official documents must be forwarded to the Delaware State University Office of Admissions: Attention Graduate Admissions. GRE Scores are received electronically via the University Testing Service please select code 5153 for electronic submission of your scores.   Admission Deferment Recommendation for Admission   International Student Admissions In addition to the requirements noted above, non-English speaking international students applying for admission to graduate study must demonstrate a satisfactory level of proficiency in the English language. This proficiency requirement may be satisfied by meeting the criteria in any one of the following categories: Foreign applicants who hold the baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university within the United States are presumed to be proficient in the English language. Foreign applicants who hold the baccalaureate degree or its equivalent from a foreign institution in which English is the language of instruction are presumed to be proficient in English. Foreign applicants who do not meet the requirements outlined in 1 and 2 above must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Applicants should attain a score of at least 550 on the TOEFL (paper-based test), or a 79-80 (new internet based TOEFL) or a 5.5 minimum IELTS score. Official scores should be submitted to the Office of Admissions: Attention Graduate Admissions. Have transcripts evaluated by the World Education Service (WES), Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE), Global Credential Evaluations, Inc. (GCE), or the Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) and then forwarded by the evaluating organization to the Office of Admissions. All academic records must be converted into their U.S. education equivalents by a University-recognized credential agency, to obtain transfer credit for education completed at non U.S. postsecondary institutions. Transcript evaluations must be submitted sealed from the evaluating organization. NOTE: The School of Graduate Studies and Research/Office of Admissions reserves the right to request that transcripts from international English speaking institutions be evaluated by WES or any of the other recognized credential agencies if educational equivalency cannot clearly be determined by the Office of Admissions. Submit an I-20 Application, F-1 Student Seeking Financial Statement, and an Affidavit of Support for Free Room & Board to the Office of International Affairs. *Please note that all application materials are to be received by the deadline noted. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Some graduate programs have earlier deadlines and more stringent admission requirements than noted for the School of Graduate Studies and Research. Also note that some programs only admit once per year. Please contact your program of interest prior to submission of your application. Complete applications are reviewed and evaluated by the respective Department, which recommends action to the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research. The Dean of Graduate Studies and Research reviews all recommendations along with application materials; renders an admission decision and extends an offer of admission to the applicant. University Departments and Resources  OFFICE of PUBLIC SAFETY Download the on-campus Parking Rules and Traffic Regulations information. CAMPUS HOUSING  The School of Graduate Studies and Research does not manage student housing. Please contact the Department of Housing and Residential Education at 302.857.6326 or email: housing@desu.edu regarding processes for applying for student housing. STUDENT EMAIL Students receiving an offer of admission from the School of Graduate Studies and Research and confirming their intent to enroll should activate a University email via the following link: http://www.desu.edu/technology/webmail. Log in as a student by clicking: “Login to Office365”. Your email username is comprised of the following:  first initial, middle initial, followed by last name and the year of your first admission. Your password by default is your student ID number noted on your offer letter. If there are issues contact (302)857-7028 for assistance. Download instructions on resetting your password. PIN NUMBERS Find instructions on creating and resetting PIN numbers on MyDESU.    REGISTRATION Students who have received an offer of admission from the School of Graduate Studies and Research are eligible to register for the upcoming semester or session. The student is advised to contact their program director and consult the program of study regarding availability of courses. TUITION AND FEES OFFICE OF FINANCIAL AID Procedures for completion of the Free Application for Financial Student Aid (FAFSA) DSU’s School Code is 001428 Financial Aid Information OFFICE OF STUDENT ACCOUNTS Issues regarding your account balance should be addressed to the Office of Student Accounts via email: studentaccounts@desu.edu or via phone (302.857.6240) If interested in making a payment or enrolling in the payment plan, please visit NelNet on MYDESU and follow the procedures. STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES All students are required to file completed health forms with the Student Health Services Office. Graduate students are not required to opt out of University provided health insurance but all students are required to have health insurance. Please review your healthcare option plans for this academic year. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES Mrs. Candace Alphonso Moore, Director Office of International Student Services Phone: 302.857.6474 Fax: 302.857.6567 Email: cmoore@desu.edu Contact School of Graduate Studies and Research: 207 Grossley Hall Phone: 302.857.6800 Fax: 302.857.6803 Email: gradstudieswilm@desu.edu Hours of operation: Monday—Friday 8:30 am—4:30 pm  
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Dean, School of Graduate Studies and Research
 
Director, Graduate Student Services
 
Mrs. Nancy Cotton
Data and Records Coordinator
 

Apply Now!

Complete an online application and follow the instructions for submitting supporting documentation.

Admission Deferment

Recommendation for Admission

If you have any questions regarding the graduate application process, please contact:

Graduate Admissions
C/0 DSU@Wilmington
3931 Kirkwood Hwy
Wilmington, DE 19808
302-254-5340
gradstudieswilm@desu.edu

For questions about your program of interest, please contact the program directly.

Graduate Program Inquiry

 

Graduate Academic Programs

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Grossley Hall
Suites 207 and 208

Graduate Admissions
Phone: 302-254-5340
gradstudieswilm@desu.edu
 

Phone: 302.857.6800
Fax: 302.857.6803
Email: gradstudies@desu.edu

Graduate Program Inquiry

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Program Director MS Agriculture Dr. Richard Barczewski MS/Ph.D Applied Chemistry Dr. Qiquan Wang MS Applied Optics Dr. Thomas Planchon MS Biological Sciences Dr. Sabrina McGary MBA Dr. Daeryong Kim  MS Computer Science Dr. Gary Holness MEd Educational Leadership Dr. Nirmaljit Rathee Ed.D Educational Leadership Dr. Nirmaljit Rathee MS Food Science and Biotechnology Dr. Samuel Besong Ph.D. Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Physics Dr. Matthew Tanzy MS Mathematics Dr. Matthew Tanzy MS Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience Dr. Sabrina McGary MS Natural Resources Dr. Richard Barczewski Ph.D. Neuroscience Dr. Sabrina McGary Ph.D. Optics Dr. Thomas Planchon MS Physics Dr. Thomas Planchon MPA Dr. Michael Boone MSW Social Work Dr. John Austin  MS Sport Administration Dr. Jan Blade MA Teaching English as a Second Language Dr. Brody Bluemel
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Dean, School of Graduate Studies and Research
 
Director, Graduate Student Services
 
Mrs. Nancy Cotton
Data and Records Coordinator
 

Apply Now!

Complete an online application and follow the instructions for submitting supporting documentation.

If you have any questions regarding the graduate application process, please contact:

Graduate Admissions
C/0 DSU@Wilmington
3931 Kirkwood Hwy
Wilmington, DE 19808
302-254-5340
gradstudieswilm@desu.edu

For questions about your program of interest, please contact the program directly.

 

Current Students

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Grossley Hall
Suites 207 and 208

Graduate Admissions
Phone: 302-254-5340
gradstudieswilm@desu.edu


Phone: 302.857.6800
Fax: 302.857.6803
Email: gradstudies@desu.edu

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The School of Graduate Studies at Delaware State University is pleased to provide the following resources to our graduate students and university administrators and service offices in order to assist with the matriculation process. If you require assistance please contact us via Email.   MATRICULATION PROCESSES Change of Admission Status: All provisionally admitted students must be fully admitted by the end of the first year of enrollment or as noted on their offer of admission in order to continue with their program of study. Only fully admitted students are eligible to receive federally funded financial aid. Please address all questions regarding this requirement to the Office of Financial Aid. Plan of Study: The program director or assigned advisor should review the general program of study with each student. An individual plan should be submitted to the School of Graduate Studies and Research by the end of the student’s first semester of enrollment. This document should be signed by the student, program advisor, program director and chairperson prior to submission to the Dean, School of Graduate Studies and Research. This signifies that the student is aware of all requirements for successful matriculation. This document will be used for audit purposes as the student matriculates through the program of study. Students requesting transfer of credit should utilize this form as well accompanied by an official transcript. Transfer of credit is reviewed by the Department prior to submission to the School of Graduate Studies and Research for approval. Advisory Committee: The program director (or designated advisor) is responsible for fostering the committee appointment process. The committee should be formulated no later than the end of the 2nd semester of enrollment for masters programs, the end of the 3rd semester of enrollment for the doctor of education program, or the 5th semester of enrollment for doctor of philosophy programs. The program director (or designee) will schedule an initial meeting with the student during the first semester of enrollment to develop a plan of study at which time the process for establishment of an advisory committee will be discussed. A meeting will be called in which all committee members will assemble to discuss the responsibilities of the committee, the student’s capstone project, and frequency (and mode) of meeting. The Chair of the Advisory Committee should hold faculty rank in the same Department/Program of the student. All committee signatures are will gathered at this meeting; a copy will be submitted and to The School of Graduate Studies and Research Office, one retained by the student, and one copy retained in the Department Office. The Program Director will monitor student progress via this committee once established. Application for Advancement to Candidacy: All graduate students must petition their program administrators for permission to advance to candidacy status. Students must be fully admitted and in good standing academically in order to meet this milestone. Timelines and requirements for admission to candidacy vary by program however general requirements include: proposal or prospectus development for programs requiring completion of a project, paper, or a thesis; successful completion of comprehensive or qualifier examinations for all doctoral programs. Masters students generally request admission to candidacy following successful completion of the required core curriculum and completion of any activities related to the culminating requirement, such as submission of a research proposal or prospectus for a thesis program. Non-thesis programs generally place this requirement on the culminating activity itself; such as completion of a comprehensive examination. Doctoral students are admitted to candidacy following successful completion of qualifier or comprehensive examinations. Whatever the timeline defined by the program, a student will not be allowed to matriculate past this point without meeting this milestone. Thesis/Dissertation Submission Processes: The completed thesis/dissertation should be submitted to the respective committee for review and if deemed acceptable, an oral examination, consisting principally of a defense of the thesis/dissertation will be scheduled. Only students admitted to candidacy are eligible to schedule a defense. The Defense Scheduling Form is used for this purpose. The document must be submitted to the School of Graduate Studies and Research no later than 4 weeks prior to the requested date. It is the responsibility of the School of Graduate Studies and Research to inform the University community of the pending defense via publication in the e-news. The Defense Outcomes Form is a report to the School of Graduate Studies and Research on the candidate’s performance (as the oral examination is in partial fulfillment of the degree) and is expected within 5 business days following the defense. No thesis or dissertation will be reviewed by The School of Graduate Studies and Research without receipt of this documentation. Following the defense, the Committee Chairperson will communicate the decision to the candidate. With the exception of accepting the document without any changes, the Chairperson will attach a summary of expectations and/or processes required for completion of all revisions/corrections as well as the expected timeline for completion. If the candidate fails the defense, the Chairperson will attach a summary and if/when a second examination (defense) will be scheduled. A document approved by the Committee, is submitted to the Dean of the College and finally to the Dean, School of Graduate Studies and Research for final approval. The School of Graduate Studies and Research is not responsible and will not provide editorial services for candidates.  Documents not adhering to general guidelines will be sent back to the Academic College for review. The School of Graduate Studies and Research reviews general formatting and the following content areas: Introduction including background, significance and scope of the study undertaken. Review of the Literature Research Methodology or Experimental Procedure Discussion of Research Findings Conclusion(s) and suggested future work An extensive review is provided in the Thesis/Dissertation Handbook. Thesis and Dissertation Handbook The Thesis and Dissertation Handbook provides students with guidelines for the successful completion of their thesis or dissertation. Contact your department or the School of Graduate Studies and Research for more information. Extension of Time: All masters programs must be completed within 5 years of initial enrollment including the transfer of any courses towards the current program of study, while all doctoral programs must be completed within 7 years of initial enrollment. Students with extenuating circumstances may petition their Advisory Committee for an extension. The committee will convene, render a decision and forward their recommendation to the Dean, School of Graduate Studies and Research. If the recommendation is to grant an extension, the recommendation will be accompanied with a review of any coursework outside the time limit and a recommendation on how the student will bridge this gap. The committee may recommend retaking any coursework that has changed during the student’s enrollment, require completion Enrollment Requirement: Students are required to remain enrolled throughout their matriculation. Students not meeting this requirement must reapply for admission. GRADUATE FORMS AND DOCUMENTS Application for Candidacy Doctoral Student Application for Candidacy Master Student Application for Graduation Appointment of Advisory Committee Change from Provisional to Unconditional Admission Defense Outcome Defense Scheduling Date Extension of Time Graduate Student Handbook Graduation Audit Leave of Absence Plan of Study (includes Transfer of Credit) Report of Doctoral Capstone Outcomes Report of Graduate Capstone Outcomes Thesis and Dissertation Handbook Thesis/Dissertation Checklist Thesis Approval Dissertation Approval UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS AND RESOURCES  Graduate Studies Program Directory Download a list of graduate program contacts including application requirements and deadlines.    Office of Public Safety Download the on-campus Parking Rules and Traffic Regulations information. Visit the Office Public Safety website for additional information.    Residency Status  Applicants should indicate residency on their application for admission to the University. Applicants who are minors are considered to be resident applicants if their parent(s) or legal guardian(s) have been residents of Delaware for at least one year. Adult applicants (at least 24 years of age) are considered to be residents of Delaware if they have been residents of the state for at least one year prior to the date of their initial quest for admission to the University. Please be prepared to provide an original (or notarized copies) of two (2) of the following items to show proof of residency: A completed Delaware tax return form from the previous year; A lease or mortgage agreement Change of Residency A student that may have been admitted into the University as a non-resident may apply for a change in residency status after being enrolled at the University for twelve (12) consecutive months. A student seeking a change in residency status should complete a Request for Change of Residence Form and submit an original or notarized copy of two (2) of the following supporting documents to the Office of the Registrar: A completed Delaware tax return form from the previous year; A lease or mortgage agreement; and A Delaware State University student I.D. Please contact the Registrar’s Office at 302.857.6375 or by email with any questions residency processes.   Campus Housing  The School of Graduate Studies and Research does not manage student housing. Please contact the Department of Housing and Residential Education at 302.857.6326 or by email regarding processes for applying for student housing.   William C. Jason Library  Visit the library’s website for more information.    Graduate Catalog Download a PDF copy of the Graduate Studies catalog.    Office of Student Accounts  Issues regarding your account balance should be addressed to the Office of Student Accounts via email or by phone at 302.857.6240. If interested in making a payment or enrolling in the payment plan, please visit NelNet on MYDESU and follow the procedures.   Student Health Services  All students are required to file completed health forms with the Student Health Services Office. Graduate students are not required to opt out of University provided health insurance but all students are required to have health insurance. Please review your healthcare option plans for this academic year.   Tuition and Fees  Graduate Fees and Expenses Office of Financial Aid    
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Staff

Dean, School of Graduate Studies and Research
 
Director, Graduate Student Services
 
Mrs. Nancy Cotton
Data and Records Coordinator
 

Complete an online application and follow the instructions for submitting supporting documentation.

If you have any questions regarding the graduate application process, please contact:

Graduate Admissions
C/0 DSU@Wilmington
3931 Kirkwood Hwy
Wilmington, DE 19808
302-254-5340
gradstudieswilm@desu.edu

For questions about your program of interest, please contact the program directly.

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