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Employee Fitness

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Employee Fitness Program Delaware State University’s Employee Fitness Program will be implemented as a promotional fitness incentive for Delaware State University employees.  Intended to generate more participation in daily health and fitness activities, the Employee Fitness Program will encourage employee involvement in The Department of Wellness and Recreation (WRC) programming, as well as prepare for a lifetime of fitness, wellness, and health. FAQ Who can participate in the Employee Fitness program?  The Employee Fitness Program is designed for all employees of Delaware State University with a valid Delaware State University employee ID. How much does it cost to enroll in the Employee Fitness program?  This program is FREE and allows admission into the Wellness and Recreation Center during the designated hours. What is the Employee Fitness Program? The Employee Fitness program provides a various selection of FREE activities geared towards encouraging employees to use the Wellness and Recreation Center. When am I able to use the Wellness and Recreation Center? The employee fitness program has activities set for certain days and certain hours.  A schedule is available on the Delaware State University Department of Wellness and Recreation website as well as in the Wellness and Recreation Center on campus.  BECAUSE THE GOAL OF THE EMPLOYEE FITNESS PROGRAM ALLOWS EMPLOYEES TO OBTAIN A MEMBERSHIP, EMPLOYEES WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO USE THE WRC OUTSIDE OF ALLOTTED EMPLOYEE FITNESS HOURS AND PROGRAMMING. KEEPING THE INTENSE FACULTY/STAFF SCHEDULE IN MIND, WE HAVE GIVEN A VARIETY OF HOURS FOR YOUR USE! Where is the Wellness and Recreation Center? The Wellness and Recreation Center is located on the North side of campus adjacent to the Martin Luther King student center.  It also connects to Memorial Hall gymnasium. Who are the Fitness Managers? Edward Hurley and Thomas Dunn are the Fitness Managers.  Their office is located in the Wellness and Recreation center on the bottom floor in fitness room 112. How many laps around the track is a mile? 8 laps = 1 mile Why do I have to register? Registration for the employee fitness program allows the WRC team to track our participants and their progress through the program. How do I register for the Employee Fitness Program? Registration for the employee fitness program can be done online. How do I log my points in order to receive credit for my participation?  When you come to participate in an activity you must sign the physical sign in sheet.  After you complete an event you must go online to request points for participation.  The Fitness Managers will verify your participation and award the points.   To register you can use this link:  http://goo.gl/forms/gyaNOXmNDj To request your points you can use this link: http://goo.gl/forms/2pVxSpebvl You can also access these links by visiting our web page: http://desu.edu/student-affairs/department-wellness-recreation   Goals of the Employee Fitness program Promote involvement in WRC programs and community fitness opportunities. Provide incentives for participation in programs and events. Recognize commitment to total-person development. Enhance individual preparation for a lifetime of fitness, wellness, health and recreation. Employee Fitness Program Rules Open to ALL individuals currently employed at Delaware State University with a valid employee ID.   If there are any changes that occur throughout the semester, the Fitness Managers must be notified. Employees must meet the point system requirements in order for incentives to be acquired. Employees must be registered in the program to be considered for any incentives. Employees must keep accurately track and recorded their points via the online request form shown above. Point system- Every employee will receive a point for each activity they participate in during the program. Walks Circuit Training Equipment Orientation Lunch League Special Events 1 pt/mile 3 points 2 points 3 points 8 points           The procedure we will be using to track each employee(s) point is through an online database. We trust the employee to honestly fill out all the information on the Points Request Form before submitting to the WRC front desk.  An employee of the WRC will then enter each individual’s points into the database. Incentives- the point system is a way for the employees to track and be rewarded for their progress throughout the semester.  Reaching certain milestones will grant the opportunity for individuals to receive incentives for their accomplishments. Tier Incentive System 10 points – Free Item from the Juice Bar 25 points – WRC Goodie Bag Item 50 points – WRC Spirit Gear Apparel 75 points – Gift Certificate 100 points – Free semester membership to the WRC Sting 30 – An opportunity for employees to get a cardio workout through walking, jogging and running around our indoor track or our treadmills.  Get up and get moving. Lunch League – Employees can come and enjoy leisurely midday recreation with their colleagues with this activity.  Play tennis, basketball or pickleball as a team or practice your skills individually. Special events- Employees are allowed to have fun too.  Come out and enjoy an event that is designated specifically for the employees of Delaware State University.  Focused around health and wellness, the WRC will host an event sure to get your blood flowing, but keep you smiling at the same time.  Equipment Orientations- Come and allow the WRC to give you an overview of the strength and cardio equipment that we have to offer.  Our Fitness Managers have been properly trained to explain to you how to use the equipment safely and effectively.  Circuit Training- Challenge yourself physically with a series of exercises designed to get your heart rate up and work your entire body.  Our circuit training class combines aerobics with strength for a workout that will have you feeling like a new person when you leave.       

Student Organizational Cup Challenge

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Taunita Stephenson
Assistant Director
302.857.7776
 

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The University’s Cup Challenge is a competitive challenge between DSU student organizations intended to generate more participation in campus events, promote student involvement in the Department of Wellness and Recreation’s and Delaware State University’s campus-wide programming, community service and leadership opportunities, as well as help students prepare for a lifetime of fitness, wellness, health and recreation after college.  FULL DESCRIPTION OF THE CUP CHALLENGE  REGISTER YOUR ORGANIZATION  POINT REQUEST FORM

Sexual Misconduct, Harassment and Sex Discrimination (Title IX)

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Dr. Stacy L. Downing
VP of Student Affairs
MLK Student Center, Suite 317
302.857.6300
studentaffairs@desu.edu
 
Candy Young
IAVP of Student Affairs
Title IX Coordinator
MLK Student Center, Suite 317
302.857.6300
csanders@desu.edu

 
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Sexual Misconduct, Harassment and Sex Discrimination (Title IX) Delaware State University is committed to protecting the rights of its faculty, staff and students to ensure that policies and procedures are implemented in complete fairness and within the full scope of the law. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 protects people from discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities which receive Federal financial assistance. Title IX states that: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. The Office of Civil Rights (OCR) has investigated and worked with recipients to resolve many kinds of civil rights problems, including the following: Acts of sexual misconduct, including sexual assault or sexual discrimination The provision of less than a fair share of funds for athletic scholarships to females; Inequitable pay for female teachers holding similar teaching positions to those held by male counterparts; and Discrimination against female students on the basis of pregnancy Confidentiality Conversations with coordinators are kept as confidential as possible, but information about incidents of sexual misconduct must be shared with relevant administrators if the University needs to take action for reasons of community safety. In all cases, the wishes of the person initiating the conversation are given full consideration. If you wish additional information about Title IX, or a copy of the regulations which detail the requirements of Title IX, write or phone the OCR enforcement office which serves your state or territory, or contact the DSU Title IX Coordinator.  

Conferences and Events Staff Contact

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Department of Conferences and Events
Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center
Suite 310. ex. 302-857-7360
Delaware State University
1200 N. DuPont Hwy
Dover, DE 19901

"Diversity, Integrity, Scholarship, Community, and Outreach."

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Matthew Fortune Director of Conferences and Events 302.857.7360 mfortune@desu.edu Cheston Boyd 302.857.6124 chboyd@desu.edu Ryane Cheatham 302.857.7306 rcheatham@desu.edu DeSean Deary Graduate Student Worker 302.857.7306 dedeary09@students.desu.edu    

Event Rates and Policies

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Permission to Use University-Owned Facilities  Scope These rates, policies, and procedures apply to all University facilities made available to University groups and non-University external groups. Responsibilities It is the individual responsibility of any employee involved in the use of facilities to understand the policies upon which these procedures are based, and the meaning and intent of the procedures themselves.  Further, it is the individual responsibility of any external User to understand the policies upon which these procedures are based and the meaning and intent of the procedures themselves. If there are any questions or concerns relative to either the policies or procedures, or the ability of the University employee or external User to respond effectively to the requirements of the procedures, then it is the responsibility of the employee or external User to bring such matters to the attention of the Director of Conferences and Events immediately.  The fundamental purpose of these procedures is not to restrict the effectiveness of the individuals involved with the use of the University facilities, but to provide a foundation for effective, consistent and complete consideration of all aspects of using University facilities, with the expected result being a positive experience for both the internal and external constituencies. General Procedure The facilities listed below are intended to be a representative list of available rooms and/or venues. Other facilities may be available upon request. The facilities may be reserved for meetings, banquet, cultural and social events, celebrations, major entertainment events and other activities in accordance with University Policies and Procedures.  Facilities and Rates Rooms & Rates  3- Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center – Single Parlor/Two Parlor/Three Parlor/Breakout Rooms Single Parlor $600/5 hrs Two Parlors $1,100/5 hrs Three Parlors $1,600/5 hrs Breakout Rooms $200/5 hrs 5- Wellness & Recreation Center – Courts available * Call 302.857.7306 for Pricing 6- Memorial Hall Gymnasium – Generous space max capacity 1,500 $3,100/8 hrs $350 per hour 4-  Alumni Stadium * Call 302.857.7306 for Pricing 31- Bank of America Building - Classrooms / Small Auditorium / Multipurpose Room Classroom $125 Longwood Auditorium $1,200/5 hrs 32- Education and Humanities Building - Auditorium Theater/Dressing Rooms $1,600/5 hrs Rehearsal Times Allowed $400/5 hrs Custodial services, public safety, electrician services, and other general service fees will apply to each event. Contracts are required for all off campus organizations and must be completed through the Office of Conferences and Events.  * Other facilities may be available upon request. All Pricing is Subject to Change. For more information on our rates/policies/procedures please contact the Office of Conferences and Events @ 302.857.7306 or visit between the hours of 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Monday through Friday at the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center, Suite 310. 

Plan An Event

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Here at Delaware State University, we strive to host events that uphold integrity, diversity, scholarship, community, and outreach principles. As you consider our Dover campus for your event, please consider the following planning procedures provided below. On Campus Organization or Department: Go to www.desu.edu At the bottom of the website click "My DESU" On the right hand side click the calendar "DSU Event Manager" Underneath "Submit a Request" enter your D100 and PIN (note: This is the banner pin for all faculty & staff) Enter your event by filling out all required fields provided (Save as you go) Click the "Finish and Submit" button at the bottom when you are finished Off Campus Organization:  Please contact the Office of Conferences and Events for space availability, pricing, and event coordinating. Catering: Aramark Catering is the sole food and beverage contractor of Delaware State University. Therefore, no outside catering is allowed for public or student organizational events held on the University's main campus. All orders can be placed on Delaware State University's catering website. Should you have any follow-up questions or concerns, please contact the University's catering coordinator, Kristen Krimes at 302.857.8988. Review the event request procedure or send us an email with your question, comment, or concern. 
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Our Mission

Delaware State University Department of Conferences and Events exists to provide event solutions for all University constituents. Excellence will be achieved through proactive customer solutions, consistent policies, focus on student development and revenue generation within an atmosphere of open communication, accountability, and fiscal responsibility. 


Host an Event at DSU 

Brochure (PDF)

Survey 

Event Request Procedure (PDF)

Submit Event Request

Events Calendar


Risk Management

Click here to review a presentation on event management and how to minimizing risk pre-planning, during, and post an event. 



DESU Catering
 

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DSU Conferences and Events

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Department of Conferences and Events
Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center
Suite 310. ex. 302-857-7360
Delaware State University
1200 N. DuPont Hwy
Dover, DE 19901

"Diversity, Integrity, Scholarship, Community, and Outreach."
 

 

 

 

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Here in the Office of Conferences and Events we work to uphold the core values represented in our institution. Our goal is to create memorable moments for every organization that chooses to utilize Delaware State University’s facilities for their event by providing a caliber of service based in integrity and candor. This online platform serves as a resource for any organization on or off campus seeking information on hosting an event at Delaware State University. Links to our brochure, rates and policies, event request procedures, and much more can be found here on our site. For more information or inquiries please do not hesitate to contact our office at 302.857.7360 or visit the office between the hours of 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Monday through Friday.  Popular Event Facilities at Delaware State University  Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center Completed in 2009, this complex houses a Chick-Fil-A, Subway, DSU bookstore, a post office, vast open lounge areas, and a modest stage on the first floor. The student center's second floor has a 7,656-square-foot auditorium that may be partitioned into three separate parlors, which together have the capacity to hold 750 people.  Bank of America Building Located in the heart of the Delaware State University campus, the Bank of America building houses abundant space for your next business meeting, conference, seminar, or small event.  Education and Humanities Theater Set to seat 985 people comfortably, the Education and Humanities Theater is fully operational and equipped with generous admission, seating, and staging areas for any event. Additionally, dressing rooms are available for all pre-performance preparations. More information on our available facilities.   
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Our Mission

Delaware State University Department of Conferences and Events exists to provide event solutions for all University constituents. Excellence will be achieved through proactive customer solutions, consistent policies, focus on student development and revenue generation within an atmosphere of open communication, accountability, and fiscal responsibility. 

Our Vision

Create responsible leaders and memorable moments.


Plan an Event at DSU 

Brochure (PDF)

Plan An Event

Rates & Policies

Meet our Staff

Survey

Event Request Procedure (PDF)

Submit Event Request

Events Calendar


DESU Catering

Click the icon above for access to DESU's exclusive catering!


 

 

View photos on Flickr of past events held at DSU!

 

 

 

 

Reporting Complaints of Sexual Conduct

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Reporting Procedures for Complaints of Sexual Misconduct/Relationship Abuse/Stalking The Delaware State University complaint procedure provides for a thorough, immediate, and objective investigation of all claims of sexual misconduct/relationship abuse/stalking. The University encourages all those who have experienced any form of sexual misconduct to report the incident promptly; to seek out all available campus and community resources, and pursue University conduct action and/or legal proceedings against the offender. Those who have experienced sexual misconduct/relationship abuse/stalking should know that all University employees (faculty, staff, resident assistants, etc.) must report known incidents to campus police for documentation purposes. Personally identifiable information is not released to third parties without permission. Certain licensed professionals and members of the clergy are excluded from this requirement. Those who wish to discuss a matter in complete confidence should notify only those licensed professionals in Heath Services, Counseling and Psychological Services. Refer to the table below which outlines reporting options/resources/options for action. Primary Reporting Offices for Students   Information and Support Informal Remedies Formal Resolution Counseling Services Counseling and Psychological *     * Health Services *       Campus Police * * *   Dean of Students * * *   Title IX Coordinator * * *      

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