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WDSU Radio "The Hive"

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ETV Building.....

Phone:302.857.6584

Fax: 302.857.6589

Ava M. Perrine, Advisor, WDSU Radio "The Hive"

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WDSU Radio“The Hive” Is primarily concerned with cultivating the creative and technical talents and expertise of DSU students.  The “Hive is staffed and managed by student Hornets. Participation with WDSU promotes professionalism and provides opportunities for students to gain valuable experience and marketability no matter what majors they pursue. Fall 2012 WDSU Radio “The Hive” Meeting(s) schedule.  September 6th (Interest Meeting) 6:30pm – 8:30pm Bank of America (BOA Bldg) First Floor Refreshments will be served September 14th Station Management Only 2:00 p.m. (Hive Office) September 20th General Staff Meeting 6:30pm –7:30pm MLK Parlor (exact location to be announced)September 28th Station Management Only 2:00 p.m. (Hive Office)October 4th General Staff Meeting 6:30pm –7:30pm MLK Parlor (exact location to be announced)   October 12th Station Management Only 2:00 p.m. (Hive Office)   October 18th (Homecoming WeeK) General Staff Meeting Canceled   October 26th Station Management Only 2:00 p.m. (Hive Office)   November 1st General Staff Meeting 6:30pm –7:30pm MLK Parlor (exact location to be announced)   November 9th Station Management Only 2:00 p.m. (Hive Office)   November 15th General Staff Meeting 6:30pm –7:30pm MLK Parlor (exact location to be announced)   November 23rd Thanksgiving Break!!!   November 30th Station Management Only 2:00 p.m. (Hive Office)

Food Service

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Delaware State University
Department of Housing
and Residential Education

Delaware State University
302.857.6326
302.857.6333 fax

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Campus Dining Facilities The Department of Housing and Residential Education collaborates with University Food services, which operates the University's food service facilities. The staff of the University Food Services works in each dining location to offer a variety of balanced and high quality meals to students. The goal of our Delaware State University food service program is to provide a variety of high quality and nutritious foods in a pleasant dining atmosphere. Menus include a wide selection of popular foods. There are several dining locations throughout the campus. Serving hours vary by location, with some options available from early morning until 10 p.m. each day. Being part of a residence hall community allows students to meet and interact with others while enjoying their meals in any of our dining locations. For more detailed information about our food service, please refer to the Dining Services Guide that is provided in your room, or visit www.desu.campusdish.com University Village Cafe is an all-you-care-to-eat dining facility. The Village Cafe offers a wide variety of menu options including home-style entrees, fresh salad bar, made to order deli sandwiches, grilled sandwiches, homemade soups, pizza and fresh baked desserts. To keep the menu interesting, we include a number of special dining events and monotony breakers, but we never miss Soul Food Night, every Thursday dinner.   Conrad Dining Hall is a newly converted all-you-care-to-eat residential restaurant featuring a smokehouse BBQ concept, a full-service grill, a brand new salad bar, delicious sandwiches at our deli counter, soup and desserts. This location also is host to dining events, including its own Soul Food Night every Tuesday.   Grille Works at the MLK Jr. Student Center is located on the ground floor of the MLK Jr. Student Center and has a wide menu that includes mouth-watering burgers, grilled and fried chicken sandwiches, turkey and veggie burgers, French fries and mozzarella sticks.   Montague's at the MLK Jr. Student Center is located next to Grille Works, where you can purchase a made-to-order salad or a fresh pressed Panini sandwich. Montague's will be replaced by Chick-fil-A, beginning in January 2013.   The Hub at the MLK Jr. Student Center is DSU's campus convenience store. Here you can purchase a meal on the go, a quick snack, cold beverage or a bottle of detergent - whatever you need, you can probably find it here. Beginning January 2013, The Hub will include a brand new SUBWAY location.   The Market Place is located on the first floor of the Administration Building and offers freshly prepared sandwiches, salads, snacks and Starbucks Coffee.     How Meal Plans Work DSU offers several different meal plans to accommodate each student's needs. Meal plans are based within 7 days with 3 meals offered Monday thru Friday, and 2 meals on Saturday and Sunday - brunch (combination of both breakfast and lunch) and dinner. Flex dollars are added to a student's DSU ID card with each meal plan. Students living in traditional residence halls are required to sign up for a 19-meal plan, 15-meal plan, or 10-meal plan; students living in University Village Apartments must choose at least a 10-meal plan; and students living in University Courtyard Apartments are not required to sign up for a meal plan.   19-Meal Plan A 19-meal plan offers all 3 meals - breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week (Sunday-Saturday). This is the largest meal plan that DSU offers.   15-Meal Plan A 15-meal plan offers 15 meals throughout a 7-day period (Sunday-Saturday), which means a student can eat any combination of breakfast, lunch or dinner which totals up to 15 meals during this period.   10-Meal Plan A 10-meal plan offers 10 meals throughout a 7-day period (Sunday-Saturday), which means a student can eat any combination of breakfast, lunch or dinner which totals up to 10 meals during this period.   Commuter Meal Plan DSU commuters can opt to have a commuter meal plan - which is 5 meals within a 7 day period (Sunday-Saturday). How Flex Dollars Work At the beginning of each semester, every student with a meal plan receives 100 flex dollars. These flex dollars are "loaded" onto a students DSU ID card, and can be used at all dining locations during all regular business hours. When items are purchased at the above locations, the student presents their DSU ID card and the cashier deducts the cost from their flex dollar account.  You may purchase additional flex dollars to be added to a student's account by calling the Cashier's Office at (302) 857-6220.
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Career Week

Career Services is hosting its first Career Week, March 12 – March 16.  The week will be filled with career building and professional development activities designed to prepare to students for their professional careers. The week will kick off with a Making Connections jazz networking event on March 12 at 6 p.m. in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Center, Parlors A & B. Other events planned for the week include seminars, resumes reviews, and more. 

Kickoff to Wellness for students, faculty and staff

 

Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to attend the “Kickoff to Wellness” festivities on Thursday, January 19, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Center. There will be fitness demos, health screenings and lots more! 

Meet Dominique Dawes, the 1996 Olympic gold medalist in gymnastics, from noon-1 p.m. Information about DelaWELL, the employee wellness program, will be available from noon-1:30 p.m. Thompson Hospitality will do a healthy cooking demo at 12:30 p.m., and there will be a mini-seminar about weight loss at 1:15 p.m. 

Kickoff to Wellness for students, faculty and staff

Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to attend the “Kickoff to Wellness” festivities on Thursday, January 19, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Center. There will be fitness demos, health screenings and lots more! 

Meet Dominique Dawes, the 1996 Olympic gold medalist in gymnastics, from noon-1 p.m. Information about DelaWELL, the employee wellness program, will be available from noon-1:30 p.m. Thompson Hospitality will do a healthy cooking demo at 12:30 p.m., and there will be a mini-seminar about weight loss at 1:15 p.m. 

Advisor's Page

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Welcome Advisors! Dear Student Organization Advisor, The Office of Student Leadership & Activities (OSLA) appreciates your commitment to serve as an advisor to a registered student organization at Delaware State University. The advisor plays an integral role in helping student leaders create an environment within their organizations that is productive, safe, enjoyable, and educational. To adjust to the changing dynamic of higher education, and to advance a proactive risk management strategy at Delaware State University, the OSLA believes it is important to provide clear guidance and support regarding the expected role you will play as a facilitator advisor. The OSLA is committed to ensuring you have all the resources and development opportunities to enrich the lives of the students you advise as well as your own. RESOURCES Student Organization and Advisor Handbook Organization Registration New Student Organization - completed by Advisor and members of all new student organizations Returning Student Organization - completed by Advisor and members of all returning student organizations to update status and organization information Business and Finance Office of Student Leadership and Activity Student Organization Budget Narrative Form This form should be used to provide a projected budget each year for active student organizations. The form should accompany the NEW ORGANIZATION or RETURNING STUDENT ORGANIZATION forms as a guide to determine expected expenditures for the entire academic year. Purchase Requisition This form should be filled out for Petty Cash requests, to pay out vendors, request items to purchase or for goods and services. Background on Guidelines for Solicitation The University also recognizes the importance of raising financial and in-kind support from outside sources to benefit the University, its students, departments, and activities. The Solicitation Agreement form guides the policies and procedures for selling goods or services on campus for the purpose of raising money for student organization programs and activities. Travel Authorization, Per Diem Distribution, and Student Travel Release Form These form should be filled out to request to travel for official school business, (i.e. conferences, events off campus that require transportation, meals and hotel accommodations). Please feel free to contact the OSLA for clarification on what event would require this form osla@desu.edu. STUDENT ORGANIZATION MONTHLY ASSESSMENT REPORT Student organizations at Delaware State University must establish strategic and systematic plans and processes to evaluate the viability of their programs, activities, and events.  Policies and procedures outline the internal and external accountability expectations with regard to student learning and guide how the organization can determine learning outcomes.  The STUDENT ORGANIZATION MONTHLY ASSESSMENT REPORT allows you to highlight how your club or organization is meeting the goals of your learning outcomes.  Please complete the form and submit it to OSLA monthly by the end of the month or during Student Leadership Institute. Questions may be directed to osla@desu.edu or 302-857-6392. STUDENT LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE Whether subtle or overt, behaviors demonstrated by student leaders are instrumental in conveying values, guiding strategy, and inspiring passion and interest in other students. When practiced, the effect is far more powerful than merely putting on a program or party. Actions consistently tell the story not only of who you are, but of the behaviors you value. Student Leadership Institute provides workshops and leadership sessions for students to learn strategies and practices that are honorable and can be easily adopted by all student groups. Students explore methods of leadership development, learn how accountability is needed, and is a core competency to developing them individually and corporately as a leader and a professional. Students learn to make proficient use of campus resources while adhering to safety and risk management policies and procedures with a focus on the well-being of campus and community constituents. Student Leadership Institute sessions complement the goals and objectives of DSU’s five core values, and systematically move students from paraprofessional behaviors to strategic leadership behaviors conducive of producing a preferred future. We invite Advisors and students to join the Student Leadership Institute sessions scheduled on October 2nd, November 6th, and December 4th, 2012 in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center Parlors. If you have any questions regarding attendance or general questions about the workshops, please contact the OSLA team at osla@desu.edu or 302-857-6390. Helpful Advising Websites National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education
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OSLA Flyer Approval Policy

Flyers from registered student organizations that fall under the jurisdiction of the Office of Student Leadership and Activities must be submitted for approval prior to posting on campus.

  • Flyers can be dropped off between 9:00am and 4:00pm Monday through Friday or (preferably) emailed to osla@desu.edu
  • Flyers will be approved within two business days or 48 hours from when they are submitted for approval
  • Flyers must be approved by the student organizations’ advisor prior to requesting approval from OSLA
  • Off-campus advertisements that are not affiliated with the University will not be approved.
  • Advertisements for off campus parties will not be approved.
  • Any flyer with an image or writing that makes an inappropriate reference to alcohol or drugs will not be approved
  • Flyers should use inclusive language and demonstrate respect for all individuals
  • Please make copies of flyers AFTER approval
  • The student organization must remove all posters, the day after the event is held
  • All flyers must include contact information that has as a minimum a campus e-mail address and campus phone number.

Steps for Flyer Approval

Step 1: Complete reservation in Event Management System in myDESU

Step 2: Receive approval e-mail from Event Manager Administrator

Step 3: Craft flyer and receive approval from Advisor

Step 4: After Advisor approves, send Event Management approval email with flyer attached to OSLA for review (cc: advisor)

Step 5: After OSLA Approval, Advisor and student organization treasurer sign “Copy Slip” from Copy Center; bring it to OSLA for signature

Step 4: Take signed copy slip to copy center to make flyers

Step 5: Bring flyers to OSLA to stamp APPROVED on each individual flyer

Step 6: Remove flyers after your event

Review the Student Organization and Advisors Handbook for more information on posting flyers.

CONGRATULATIONS TO DISTINGUISHED ADVISORS 2012:

Dedine Couch - Gospel Choir

Kenneth Hunt - Men's Council and Royal Court

Leida Sanchez - Latino Student Association

Jane Hicks - Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Germaine Clarke - Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

Kick-off to Wellness event featuring Dominique Dawes

Delaware State University will launch its annual Kickoff to Wellness on Jan. 19 featuring guest motivational speaker Dominique Dawes, a multiple Olympic gold medal gymnast who currently serves as co-chair of President Obama’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition.

The motivational address will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 19, in the Education and Humanities Building Theater on campus. The event is free and open to the public.

Aquatics

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Delaware State University
Wellness & Recreation
1200 N. Dupont Hwy
Dover, DE 19904
302-857-7785 Phone
302-857-6080 Fax
 

 

 

 

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Our pledge to excellence... We are committed to making your experience in the Aquatic program the most positive and worthwhile adventure possible. Browse our links to discover all that the Aquatics department has to offer! DOWNLOAD FALL 2014 AQUATICS SCHEDULE        
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Aquatics Staff 

Jonathan Stewart
Aquatics Manager
302-857-7727 PH
jstewart@desu.edu

Matthew Fillman
Lifeguard/Supervisor
302-857-7602 PH

Jake Willoughby
Lifeguard/Supervisor
302-857-7602 PH

Tyler O’Neal
Lifeguard/Supervisor
302-857-7602 PH

 
 

 

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