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Honors Program Courses and Colloquia

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Pictured are 2013 Honors Program Graduates: Devon Sivels, ReShawn Johnson and Martha Gwengi.

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Honors Program Courses and Colloquia Honors Program students must take 4 departmental honors courses and 2 colloquia in order to satisfy the Honors curriculum.  Many honors courses are honors versions of general university courses. Honors course enrollment is limited to 20 students. Honors courses and colloquia are reserved for students in the Honors Program; however, a student who maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or above may be given special permission by the Honors Program Director for admission into an honors course. The Honors Program Director works with the department chairs and college deans in matters of course and colloquia proposals, offerings, sectioning and honors faculty teaching assignments.  All honors courses are approved by the Honors Council, the Academic Affairs Committee and the Faculty Senate.     Course Title ART 101H Introduction to Art Honors (Spring only) ECON 201H Macroeconomics Honors (Fall only) EDUC 204H Philosophical Foundations of Education Honors (Fall only) EDUC 344H Instructional Technology in Education Honors (Spring only) ENGL 101H English Composition I Honors (Fall only) ENGL 102H English Composition II Honors (Spring only) GLOB 395H Global Society Honors (Fall only) HIST 201H American History Honors (Spring only) HIST 203H African American History Honors (Fall only) MGMT 305H Management Information Systems Honors (Fall even years) MGMT 325H Organizational Behavior Honors (Fall Odd years) MKT 300H Principles of Marketing Honors (Spring Odd years) MTSC 101H Survey of Math Honors (Fall Even years) MTSC 121H College Algebra Honors (Fall Odd years) MTSC 211H Game Theory and Strategy Honors (Spring only) PHIL 101H Critical Thinking Honors (Fall only) PHIL 201H Introduction to Philosophy Honors (Spring only) PSYC 101H Introduction to General Psychology Honors (Fall Even years) SCCJ 101H Introduction to Sociology Honors (Fall Odd years)     Colloquium Title HONR 300 Conflict of Cultures (Spring Odd years) HONR 301 Problems of Developing Nations (Fall Odd years) HONR 302 Native American History and Heritage (Fall Even years) HONR 303 The Vietnam War (Spring Even years) HONR 304 Space: The Final Frontier (Fall Odd years) HONR 305 Technology & Society (Spring Even years) HONR 306 The 1960's. A Retrospective. HONR 340 Religion/Ethnicity in Media & the Arts (Fall Even years) HONR 390 The Mathematics in the Music (Fall Even years-by request)  
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Delaware State University
Honors Program

1200 North DuPont Hwy.
MLK Jr., Student Center
Suite 325
Dover, DE 19901-2277
Phone: 302.857.7514
Fax:     302.857.7515
Email:  honors@desu.edu

Honors Program Curriculum

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Pictured are 2013 Honors Program Graduates: Devon Sivels, ReShawn Johnson and Martha Gwengi.

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Curriculum The Honors Curriculum is a four-year program that begins with honors courses being offered in the fall semester of the freshman year.  The curriculum consists of: 12 credits of departmental-based honors courses; 6 credits of honors colloquia; and an honors senior research thesis in the students’ major. Honors level courses do not entail more assignments than a regular course; however, honors courses incorporate classroom discussion and peer assessment, and require students to engage in a deeper level of thinking and analysis. Honors students should exhibit improved analytical/critical thinking and logical reasoning skills; problem solving and decision making skills; coherent and persuasive oral and written communications skills; and skills necessary to perform research at a professional level. The Honors Curriculum consists of the following category of courses and activities: Interdisciplinary/multi-disciplinary colloquia/seminars Departmental Honors Courses including sections of general education courses Independent Honors Research/Study Project A senior honors research thesis Honors classes are kept small to promote and stimulate discussion, skill development and critical thinking. HONORS PROGRAM GRADUATE Designation Requirements An Honors Program Student may earn an Honors Program Graduate designation if he or she: Completes a minimum of 18 hours of Honors credit with a minimum of “B” in each course Maintains an overall cumulative GPA of 3.25 during the period he/she is in the program; Presents a paper or poster project on Honors Day each year after the freshman year Completes and defends a senior honors research thesis Petitions to the Honors Council for Honors Program Graduate designation and completes an Honors Inventory Form by the end of the semester before the semester he/she graduates. BREAKDOWN OF THE MINIMUM 18 HONORS CREDIT HOURS A minimum of SIX (6) credit hours of Interdisciplinary Honors Colloquia or Honors Independent Study Research A minimum of TWELVE (l2) credit hours of department based Honors courses with no more than SIX (6) coming from a single department Honors students who are approved for Honors Program Graduate designation will receive an honors sash at Commencement and have their Honors status acknowledged in the Commencement book. They will, likewise, have their Honors status designated in the official grade transcript and as part of their permanent academic record.
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Delaware State University
Honors Program

1200 North DuPont Hwy.
MLK Jr., Student Center
Suite 325
Dover, DE 19901-2277
Phone: 302.857.7514
Fax:     302.857.7515
Email:  honors@desu.edu

Honors Program Admission

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Pictured are 2013 Honors Program Graduates: Devon Sivels, ReShawn Johnson and Martha Gwengi.

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Admission Criteria Incoming Freshmen and Transfer Students Incoming freshmen and transfer students may apply for admission into the Delaware State University Honors Program at the same time they apply for admission to the University. Candidates for the Honors Program may apply by simply completing a short Honors Program application HERE and sending all other application materials to the DSU Honors Program. A prospective honors student must have: Admission to DSU without conditions; A GPA of 3.25 or higher (on a 4.0 scale); An SAT combined score of at least 1050 in Mathematics and Critical Reading, with at least 450 in each section; OR an ACT composite score of at least 22 in Mathematics and Critical Reading; and, Approval of the Honors Program. Platinum, Gold or Silver Award Recipients Applicants who have received a platinum, gold or silver award to attend Delaware State University are automatically given admittance into the DSU Honors Program. An official Honors Program application and all application materials must be submitted to qualify. Continuing DSU Students A continuing DSU student may apply to the Honors Program no later than the beginning of his or her junior year. The requirements for entry include: A cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher; and Approval of the Honors Program. Application Materials A complete application includes the following materials which  be may be sent to the Honors Program by fax to (302) 857-7515 or by postal mail. An official high school or college transcript (current DSU students may submit an unofficial DSU transcript); Copies of official SAT scores (for incoming Freshmen only); Two (2) letters of recommendation from high school or college instructors; A typed 400-600 word essay explaining the desire to be admitted into the Honors Program; and, A list of academic and extracurricular achievements/awards.    
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Delaware State University
Honors Program

1200 North DuPont Hwy.
MLK Jr., Student Center
Suite 325
Dover, DE 19901-2277
Phone: 302.857.7514
Fax:     302.857.7515
Email:  honors@desu.edu

Office of International Affairs

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The Office of International Affairs is located in Grossley Hall, Room 115. We encourage all students, faculty and staff to contact our office on international related issues regarding F-1 Students, J-1 Scholars/Students and Study Abroad options.

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Office of International Affairs As the central office responsible for coordinating the University’s international activity, the Office of International Affairs (OIA) has the mission of integrating a global perspective into the teaching, research, and study abroad programs of the institution. A critical part of the mission is to forge mutually beneficial international partnerships with higher education institutions, including a wide-range of public and private sector agencies and organizations.  The Office of International Affairs also coordinates the Exchange Visitors Program to assist Academic Deans’ respective Departmental goals and objectives to build and strengthen niche teaching and research capability in highly specialized areas that are globally significant.  The University has officially invited more than two hundred (200) J1 Visa research professors, post-doctoral fellows, research scholars, student non-degree and short-term scholars from twelve (12) countries from our partnering institutions.  At the request of the Academic Deans, the Office of International Affairs facilitates, in part, and coordinates Fulbright Programs and other international activities that strengthen the University’s research infrastructure and intellectual posture. Under the Office of International Affairs, the Office of International Student Services (OISS) provides assistance to all international students with nonimmigrant status (F1 Visa).  The University enrolls more than 200+ international students on F-1 Visas from more than 30 countries each academic year.  The OISS is committed to ensuring that international students have a rewarding experience as they pursue their academic and cultural goals at Delaware State University. The OIA/OISS offers the following services to international students/scholars: Financial, academic, social, and personal matters Advising on immigration rules, regulations, and responsibilities Campus and community activities Cultural concerns Preparation and processing of immigration documents An Orientation for new international students and scholars Coordinate and assist faculty, staff, and student organizations to plan and organize international experiences such as International Education Week and Round Table Discussions Information on Medical insurance for exchange and international students as well as study abroad participants The OISS defines study abroad as the means by which students attend a university in a country outside the U.S. to study, earn credits towards a degree and participate in service learning or an internship. The experience may be for a summer, a semester or a year. Our office encourages students to incorporate study abroad into their academic career plan, assist students with their selection and application process, and coordinates programs abroad. The OISS ensures that students who seek an international experience at the undergraduate or graduate levels, are provided with options to meet their financial, academic, and professional goals/objectives. Studying overseas not only allows students to experience another culture, it expands their world knowledge and boosts their self-confidence and independence.  Traits such as these help prepare students for graduate school and the job market in our global society.   F-1 Students J-1 Scholars/Students Study Abroad Students Welcome Letter OIA Calendar Insurance Current Students Prospective Students Forms Library DS-2019 Student Packet DS-2019 Scholar Packet Insurance Requirements/Companies OIA Calendar Forms Library Forms Library Parents Photos and Videos        
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Staff

Dr.
Fengshan Liu Assistant Vice President for International Affairs
(302) 857-6421
fliu@desu.edu

Mrs. Candace Alphonso-Moore,
Director, International Student Services & Study Abroad
(302) 857-6474
cmoore@desu.edu

Mrs. Latasha Daniels
Manager
(302) 857-6421
ldaniels@desu.edu

Vacant
Senior Secretary
(302) 857-6421
 

Office Hours:
(Mon-Fri – 8:30am -4:30pm)

Fax:  302-857-6567


International Affairs Events

NCAA Initial Eligibility

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  As a High School student embarks on graduating soon, the very thought of attending college may be over-whelming.  Moreover, you may be faced with many questions, and your expectation is that you receive solid responses from well informed sources.  The answers you received may ultimately affect your educational obtainment in your chosen career path.  One such question may be, “which college will I spend the next four years of my life, and would it also satisfy my desire to participate as a Student-Athlete”. We, at Delaware State University, more specifically, the Office of Academic Services for Student-Athletes (ASSA), are committed in providing our prospective student-athletes with the tools necessary to become that National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Student-Athlete.  The first step is to familiarize yourself with not only the rules that govern NCAA Initial Eligibility, but also bring to your attention the deadline dates that have been put in place by the NCAA. We are confident in providing the below listed websites, that it will not only answer many of those questions you may have, but also assist you with a smooth transition in becoming a… “...NCAA Division I Student-Athlete at Delaware State University”. For additional information, or assistance, please do not hesitate to visit or call our office located at the W. C. Jason Library on the 2nd floor, or call 302-857-7542.  You may also e-mail us.; “KNOW THE RULES” This site provides information on the NCAA Freshman-Eligibility Standards and Quick Reference Sheet. This site provides a sample profile worksheet used at Delaware State to evaluate compliance in qualifying prospective high school students applying for NCAA student-athlete initial eligibility consideration.  As an added bonus, we have provided a sample page that you may use to evaluate your own progress; refer to "Sheet 2"  located at the bottom of sample profile worksheet provided.   This site provides NCAA Academic Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). This site provides a direct link to the NCAA Eligibility Center. Excellent source of information for the prospective Student-Athlete, parents or guardians, and High Schools too. This site provides the 2013-2014 Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete.  

Study Hall Policy for Student-Athletes

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  Study Hall required hours are driven by academic performance or lack thereof. Coaches can mandate a set number of hours a student-athlete must be in study hall. Additionally, freshman and new transfer student-athlete required hours may be different than continuing student-athletes who are required to participate in study hall. Study Hall – Rules and Guidelines Hours of Operation:  Three Categories For Freshmen and New Transfer student-athletes: Sundays – 2:00 pm – 9:30 pm Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays – 6:00 pm – 10 pm Tuesdays – 7:00 pm – 10 pm (6:00 pm – 7:00 pm is reserved for the DSU Band members) Fridays – 8:30 am – 3:30 pm   For Commuter student-athletes only:   Academic Services for Student-Athletes announces the following updates to the study hall policy as it pertains to Commuter student-athletes. A commuter student is defined as one who is enrolled at a College or University of their choosing yet resides at home while attending classes. An exception to the current study hall policy has been made to allow commuter student-athletes to earn their required study hall hours during the day time. This provision permits commuter student-athletes with freshman status to earn study hall hours on the following days and times:   Sundays – 2:00 pm – 9:30 pm Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays - 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Fridays – 8:30 am – 3:30 pm   What we will not allow, however, is for commuter students to “pick and choose” when they want to participate in study hall. If this opportunity is abused, for example, "commuter students have the option to come during the day yet come at night with other freshman student-athletes", their privileges will be rescinded and they will be mandated to attend study hall during the normal hours prescribed for freshman student-athletes.  If you have any questions, or for more information regarding the commuter study hall policy for student-athletes please contact the Associate Athletic Director, 2nd floor WC Jason Library.   For student-athletes on Academic Probation:   Academic Probation Student-Athletes – “ these students are strongly recommended to complete hours during the work day while full-time staff are present and with a planned time management grid.” Policy: Study hall hours are reported for the week beginning on Sunday and ending on Friday. Coaches will receive an official copy of the study hall report on Friday afternoons. Student-athletes are required to sign-in and sign-out to receive credit for study hall. FAILURE to sign-in or sign-out will result in “0” credits for study hall (NO EXCEPTIONS) Required study hours are excused when a team is on the road traveling; however, it is STRONGLY encouraged for each team to set up study hall for those required to complete hours. Coaches will have to structure organized study sessions while on the road unless provisions are made (hotel room and travel) for ASSA counselor to set up study sessions. Study Hall Requirements: Incoming First Year Student-Athletes (fall/spring) 10 hours per week Upper-class students (returning and transfer are driven by grade point average: Fall Semester                                                                     10 hours required – Freshman/New Transfers                                                                     Spring Semester 4.00 -  3.50 GPA*       2 hours of SH             may be exempt from SH after spring break (Mar 14) 3.49 – 3.00 GPA*       4 hours of SH              may be exempt from SH after spring break (Mar 14) 2.99 – 2.50 GPA         6 hours of SH              cannot be exempt 2.49 – 2.00 GPA         8 hours of SH              cannot be exempt Below 2.00 GPA         10 hours of SH            cannot be exempt *At the discretion of the team’s academic advisor & head/position coach   Rules for Study Hall Please note: Violations of the listed rules will result in “0” credit for the session. Arriving late for your assigned study hall (if an arrival time is required per your advisor/coach) Arriving unprepared, i.e.: without books, notebooks, or other materials needed to be prepared for your classes is unacceptable. No loud talking, yelling, PROFANITY or horseplay will not be tolerated. No browsing face book, or the internet not particularly related to your class assignment. Headphones/ear buds may be used. The music level must be kept to a minimum so as not to disrupt fellow students. The use of the headphone during study hall is considered a privilege and should not be taken lightly; students in violation will be immediately dismissed. Usage of cell phones, this includes incoming and outgoing calls and text messages are strictly prohibited during study hall. No hats, dew rags, stocking caps, etc… will be worn inside of the library. No missed tutor, mentor, advisor, or counseling appointments; if you have an appointment, you MUST attend. No sleeping at any time!  

Academic Services for Student-Athletes

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William C. Jason Library, 2nd Floor
Hours: Mon - Fri  8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m
302-857-7542 Office
302-857-7538 Fax
E-mail: ehart@desu.edu

MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR

 

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  Academic Services for Student-Athletes (ASSA), housed on the 2nd Floor of the William C. Jason Library, serves as the academic arm of Delaware State University Athletics. The unit houses five full-time staff members, including a Senior Associate Athletic Director, four Academic Counselors.  Academic Services for Student-Athletes serves approximately 300 scholarship and non-scholarship athletes in 18 NCAA Division I sports.   Current Student-Athletes Welcome Letter   Policy Manual   Handbook & Planner   ASSA Calendar   My DESU   NCAA Academic Requirements at a Glance   Book Purchase and Return Policy   Log-on forText Rental   Forms Library   Prospective Student-Athletes Mission Statement   NCAA Initial Eligibility   Transfer Students   International Students   Apply to DSU   Academic Orientation for Student-Athletes  2013-2014   Life Skills Student Athletes  Advisory Committees (SAAC) Awards and Recognition Career Development Read Our ASSA Official Newsletter Welcome to "GradesFirst" DSU ATHLETICS PARTNERS WITH WILLIAMS COMMUNICATIONS   DSU Administration Faculty Academic Representative   Graduation Success Rates (FED)    NCAA Academic Progress Rate   Statistical Results: Spring 2014     Academic Services Study Tips and Learning Strategies   Study Hall Policies   Tutorial Support   Office of Student Accessibility Services   Other Academic Services   Tools You Can Use RENT-A-TEXT DSU Athletic Press Releases  Frequently Asked Questions    
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Meet Our Staff


Eric Hart, Ed.S., Bio
Senior Associate Athletic Director
Phone number: (302) 857-7542
Fax: (302) 857-7538
 
Assistant Director 
Phone number: (302) 857-6038
Fax: (302) 857-7538
 
Academic Counselor
Phone number: (302) 857-7974
Fax: (302) 857-7538
 
Academic Counselor
Phone Number: (302) 857-7079
Fax: (302) 857-7538
 
Academic Counselor
Phone Number: (302) 857-7415
Fax:  (302) 857-7538
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Awards and Honors

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Academic Services for Student-Athletes HONORS AND AWARDS   Academic Services for Student-Athletes experienced unprecedented success during the past and present academic years. The achievement of our student-athletes is a testament to the countless hours spent in study hall; performing in the classroom; student dedication; and academic services staff interaction with students, faculty and staff. Our coaches and support staff are to be commended for the assistance they provided while following up on requests for academic improvement throughout the years. The following outlines some of the highlights from the year, starting with a recap from the DSU Student-Athlete Scholars of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Commissioner’s All – Academic Team 2013-2014 Honors Celebration Award, culminating with many of our student-athletes being recognized for individual and team academic honors.   Please take a moment to view and join us in congratulating our Delaware State University student-athletes honor awardees (click below to view).     2009 – 2010  Departmental Scholars 2009 – 2010  Academic Excellence Awards by College 2009 – 2010  National Honor Societies Inductees   2010 – 2011  Departmental Scholars 2010 – 2011  Academic Excellence Awards by College 2010 – 2011  National Honor Societies Inductees 2011 – 2012 Departmental Scholars 2011 – 2012 Academic Excellence Awards by College 2011 – 2012 National Honor Societies Inductees   2009     President’s and Deans List: Student-Athletes (Fall Semester) 2010     President’s and Deans List: Student-Athletes (Spring Semester) 2010     President's and Deans List: Student-Athletes (Fall Semester) 2011     President's and Deans List: Student-Athletes (Spring Semester) 2011     President's and Deans List: Student-Athletes (Fall Semester) 2012     President's and Deans List: Student-Athletes (Spring Semester) 2012     President's and Deans List: Student-Athletes (Fall Semester) 2013     President's and Deans List: Student-Athletes (Spring Semester) 2014     President's and Dean's List Student-Athletes (Spring Semester)   2009     Hornet Academic Honor Roll: Student-Athletes by Sport (Fall Semester) 2010     Hornet Academic Honor Roll: Student-Athletes by Sport (Spring Semester) 2010     Hornet Academic Honor Roll: Student-Athletes by Sport (Fall Semester) 2011     Hornet Academic Honor Roll: Student-Athletes by Sport (Spring Semester) 2011     Hornet Academic Honor Roll: Student-Athletes by Sport (Fall Semester) 2012     Hornet Academic Honor Roll: Student-Athletes by Sport (Spring Semester) 2012     Hornet Academic Honor Roll: Student-Athletes by Sport (Fall Semester) 2013     Hornet Academic Honor Roll: Student-Athletes by Sport (Spring Semester) 2014     Hornet Academic Honor Roll: Student-Athletes by Sport (Spring Semester)   2009     Men’s and Women’s Sport Term/Cumulative GPA (Fall Semester) 2010     Men’s and Women’s Sport Term/Cumulative GPA (Spring Semester) 2010     Men's and Women's Sport Term/Cumulative GPA (Fall Semester) 2011     Men's and Women's Sport Term/Cumulative GPA (Spring Semester) 2011     Men's and Women's Sport Term/Cumulative GPA (Fall Semester) 2012     Men's and Women's Sport Term/Cumulative GPA (Spring Semester) 2012     Men's and Women's Sport Term/Cumulative GPA (Fall Semester) 2013     Men's and Women's Sport Term/Cumulative GPA (Spring Semester) 2013     Men's and Women's Sport Term/Cumulative GPA (Fall Semester) 2014     Men's and Women's Sport Team/Cumulative GPA (Spring Semester)        

Alton Thompson, Ph.D.

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  Alton Thompson, Ph.D. Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs 407 Administration Building Delaware State University 1200 N. DuPont Highway Dover, DE 19901-2227 (302) 857-6100 - Voice (302) 857-7410 - FAX athompson@desu.edu   Dr. Alton Thompson is the provost and vice president for Academic Affairs at Delaware State University (DSU).  As DSU’s chief academic officer, he oversees all operations related to academic planning and budgeting; program evaluation, assessment and accreditation; educational policies and procedures; professional development; promotion and tenure of faculties, and strategic planning.  His collaborative, energetic and enthusiastic style of leadership has elevated all aspects of the University related to teaching, learning, scholarship and research. Prior to joining Delaware State in July 2010, Thompson was a tenured professor and dean and executive director for Agricultural Programs in the School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences at North Carolina A&T State University for eight years and then served as interim provost and vice chancellor for Academic Affairs for two years. He earned his bachelor’s degree at North Carolina Central University and his master’s and doctorate from The Ohio State University. Thompson’s academic specialty is in the interface of statistics, research methods, demography, and rural sociology. His research has resulted in the publication of 25 articles in refereed journals, seven book chapters, and a book entitled “Quality of Life among Rural Residents in North Carolina: Community and Life Satisfaction."  His research focus includes agromedicine, rural poverty/development, labor economics, and the structure of agriculture.  Thompson’s grantsmanship has resulted in more than $5.5 million in extra-mural research funds.  Thompson was inducted into the USDA/National Institute of Food and Agriculture Hall of Fame in 2010 and he has also served in leadership roles on the Board of Agriculture Assembly for the Association of Public and State Universities, the 1890 Council of Deans of Agriculture, the Ford Foundation’s Rural Economic Policy Program, Census of Agriculture Advisory Panel of the National Council on Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics, and the Southern Governors’ Southern Growth Policies Board.  Currently, he serves on the Board of Directors of Carolina Farm Credit and the Rural Advancement Fund International. These combined experiences provide him with a depth of understanding of the issues facing the colleges and divisions at Delaware State University.  

Graduation Success Rate

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    NCAA Division I Graduation Success Rate (GSR/FGR) Data Delaware State University     The NCAA Graduation Success Rate (GSR, Division I) and the Academic Success Rate (ASR, Division II) were developed in response to college and university presidents who wanted graduation data that more accurately reflect the mobility among college students today. Both rates improve on the federally mandated graduation rate by including students who were omitted from the federal calculation.   The GSR measures graduation rates at Division I institutions and includes students transferring into the institutions. The GSR also allows institutions to subtract student-athletes who leave their institutions prior to graduation as long as they would have been academically eligible to compete had they remained.     NCAA Graduation Success Rate: 2000-2003 Cohorts: Delaware State University   1999-2002 Cohorts: Delaware State University   Federal Graduation Rate:  2003 Cohorts: Overall Division I (Federal)    2002 Cohorts: Overall Division I (Federal)    Trends in Graduation Success Rates and Federal Graduation Rates at NCAA Division I - October, 2010 Information provided courtesy of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) February 2011  

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