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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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State of the Art Fitness - Right Here at DSU! Hornet Fitness offers cutting-edge fitness classes to the Delaware State University community!  We are pleased to offer Les Mills BodyPump, BodyFlow, & RPM.  These powerful fitness classes are offered in 80 countries worldwide, and now RIGHT HERE at Delaware State University! We are proud to be the first HBCU to join the Les Mills tribe. With over 30+ classes offered per week, there is something for everyone! Many different class formats are available with a schedule that spans early morning through late evening. Our certified instructors are top-quality, providing a workout experience that is sure to leave you wanting more! Group Fitness classes include modifications for all fitness levels to ensure that everyone can take a step toward meeting their fitness goals.               FEBRUARY 2014 GROUP FITNESS SCHEDULE          New! Employee Fitness Program  
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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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  Staff Information Jordin Williams Interim Director of Wellness & Recreation JSchaffner@desu.edu 302-857-7754 Molly Brown Administrative Assistant MBrown@desu.edu 302-857-7785 Jonathan Stewart Aquatics Manager JStewart@desu.edu 302-857-7727 Jomah Watson Graduate Assistant- Facilities 302-857-7776 Tiffany Lomax Graduate Assistant- Marketing & Promotions 302-857-7776 Wesley Davis Graduate Assistant- Facilities 302-857-7776      

Membership Info

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Membership to the WRC is open to the following persons: ■  DSU Faculty and Staff ■  Local Dover Community ■ DSU Graduate Students/ Alumni ■  DSU Undergraduate Students    Faculty/Staff/Graduate Students/Alumni ■        Membership to the WRC is available for all current Delaware State University faculty, staff, graduate students and alumni. ■        Special University affiliates are also eligible for a Faculty/Staff membership: emeritus professor, retired employee, trustee and visiting scholar/research fellow. ■        Faculty, staff and graduate students are eligible to sponsor a membership for their spouse or dependents. The faculty, staff, graduate student or alumni must be a member for spouse or dependent to join. ■        The annual membership fees are as follows: ■   Faculty/Staff/Graduate/Alumni Membership - $240 or $80 per semester: fall semester, spring semester, and summer semester. ■   Spouse/Dependent Membership - $135 annually or $45 per semester: fall semester, spring semester, and summer semester. ■        The WRC will be closed for all official Delaware State University holidays. ■        The WRC is open daily for the following hours during the Spring 2013 semester: ■        Monday - Friday:  6:00am - 11:00pm ■        Saturday:  11:00am - 8:00pm ■        Sunday:  12:00pm - 11:00pm   Membership Application   For more information or to become a member, please stop by the Wellness and Recreation Center. Community ■        Membership to the WRC is available to the local Dover community. ■        Membership to the WRC is available to persons over the age of 18 years. ■        The annual membership fees are as follows: ■        Community Membership - $456 or $152 per semester: fall semester, spring semester, and summer semester. ■   Spouse/Dependent Membership - $150 annually or $50 per semester: fall semester, spring semester, and summer semester. ■        The WRC will be closed for all official Delaware State University holidays. ■        The WRC is open daily for the following hours during the Fall semester: ■        Monday - Friday:  6:00am - 11:00pm ■        Saturday:  11:00am - 8:00pm ■        Sunday:  12:00pm - 11:00pm   Membership Application   For more information or to become a member, please stop by the Wellness and Recreation Center on the DSU campus in Dover.    Undergraduate Students ■  Membership to the Wellness and Recreation Center (WRC) is automatically granted to all enrolled full-time and part-time undergraduate Delaware State University students. For eligibility questions, contact the Registrar at 302.857.6379. ■  The WRC is open daily for the following hours during the Fall 2013 semester: ■             Monday - Friday:  6:00am - 11:00pm ■             Saturday:  11:00am - 8:00pm ■             Sunday:  12:00pm - 11:00pm The WRC will be closed for all official Delaware State University holidays.   Payment Options Cash Personal Check Payments are accepted at the font desk in the lobby of the Wellness and Recreation Center.

Current Residents

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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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  Returning Students: Applying for Fall 2014 Housing The requirements to apply for housing on line for the 2014-2015 academic year for returning students, including athletes, are as stated below. You will receive a Welcome email via your DSU email providing step-by-step instructions to gain access to the application. Your DSU email account must be working! Application can not be sent to an email other than your DSU account. All applicants must have paid the appropriate housing deposit correctly and registered for at least 12 credit hours to be considered. Deposits can be paid now (click for Nelnet Payment Services) in order to receive the link to the housing application 24-48 hours later in their DSU email account.  Housing for returning students is not guaranteed, and is based on availability and date the application is received ("first come, first serve" basis). The deposit payment date is irrelevant in this process - so please submit the application as soon as you receive it! Criteria for a returning student to apply for the following areas are as follows: Housing Process begins April 15 and ends April 30 Pay the appropriate housing deposit before April 15 If you are applying for the University Village, deposit amount is $400 (you must select "University Village Housing Deposit") If you are applying for the University Courtyard, deposit amount is $400 (you must select "University Courtyard Housing Deposit") If you are applying for Warren Franklin Hall, deposit amount is $200 (you must select "Traditional Housing Deposit") If you are applying for the Living Learning Commons, deposit amount is $200 (you must select "DSU LL Commons Deposit") Wynder Towers will be for first-year honor students for 2014-2015 NOTE: To be eligible for University Courtyard and University Village Apartments, you must have a minimum of 30 credits!   Renewal Housing Process If you are renewing your assignment in Warren Franklin or in the LLC Commons: You must repay the $200 housing deposit before April 15 using the above payment information for that area Be registered for Fall 2014 Complete and submit renewal application you will receive in your DSU email account If you are renewing your assignment in University Courtyard or University Village: Be registered for Fall 2014 Complete and submit renewal application you will receive on April 15 in your DSU email account. *NOTE: If you pay the deposit incorrectly; for example, paid it as a "payment" instead of as a "deposit," Student Accounts will not correct it. You will be required to email Student Accounts Office to request to have it refunded back to your credit card so it can be paid correctly. Never pay a deposit by selecting "Tuition/Traditional Housing" deposit.          Make Sure Your DSU Email Account is Working!  
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Current Students

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You’re working hard, balancing academic courses with a life outside the classroom, all the while maintaining a focus on your goals. DSU supports your dreams and goals. Learn everything you can from our experienced faculty and knowledgeable staff. Enjoy the different opportunities afforded to you at DSU. We want you to take advantage of everything your educational experience has to offer. Academic Information Online Course Evaluations Fall 2014 Registration Guide Financial Aid Graduate Catalog (PDF) Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015 Calendar of Events Admissions Registrar's Office Scholarships Programs Academic Enrichment Division of Adult and Continuing Education Graduate Studies International Programs Study Abroad Programs Majors and Concentrations Work Study Job Postings   Campus Information Bus Shuttle Schedule Bus Shuttle Schedule - Living & Learning Commons Campus Map and Parking DSU at a Glance Library Tutoring Center Cars on Campus Student Services Academic Support Center Career Services Counseling Services Center MyDESU Bookstore   Recreation Student Organizations Athletics Student Affairs Financial Aid Costs & Financial Aid Online Payment Portal Scholarships Monthly deadline checklist    

Off-Campus Living

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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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Welcome to Delaware State University Off-Campus Housing Services The list below is a sample of apartment complexes that are under a 4-mile radius from the DSU campus. Delaware State University is not affiliated with, nor endorses any of these apartments listed below, or any others located in the Dover area. Woodcrest Arms - 0.88 miles 892 Woodcrest Drive Dover, DE 19904 (866) 706-7156 www.morgan-properties.com Silver Mill Apartments - 1.00 miles 200 Hiawatha Lane Dover, DE 19904 (302) 736-0674 www.cimcde.com/ Whatcoat Village Apartments - 1.40 miles 992 Whatcoat Drive Dover, DE 19904 (302) 734-9080 www.apartmenthomeliving.com Westfalen Apartments - 1.43 miles Bacon Avenue Dover, DE 19901 (302) 251-8662 www.apartmentguide.com Lake Club - 1.55 miles 400 N. DuPont Hwy. Dover, DE 19901 (888) 713-0340 www.westovercompanies.com Governors Square Apartments - 1.58 miles 210 William St. Dover, DE 19904 (302) 736-0674 www.cimcde.com Baytree Apartments - 2.15 miles 218 Baytree Rd. Dover, DE 19901 (302) 734-0510 www.liveatbaytree.com Woodmill Apartments - 2.20 miles 1300 S. Farmview Dr. Dover, DE 19904 (302) 734-1706 www.liveatwoodmill.com Mapleton Square Apartments - 2.20 miles 177 Willis Rd. Dover, DE 19901 (302) 678-4515 www.morgan-properties.com Country Village Apartments - 3.02 miles 380 Country Dr. Dover, DE 19901 (866) 295-9019 www.morgan-properties.com Pine Grove Apartments - 3.79 miles 255 Webbs Lane Dover, DE 19904 (302) 674-1968 www.yestrinity.com  

New Residents - First Year and Transfer

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Delaware State University
Department of Housing
and Residential Education

Delaware State University
302.857.6326
302.857.6333 fax

housing@desu.edu

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New & Transfer Students: Applying for Fall 2014 Housing The online housing application process begins April 15, 2014 through July 15, 2014 The requirements to apply for housing on line for the 2014-2015 academic year for new and transfer students, including athletes, are as stated below. You will receive a Welcome email via your DSU email providing step-by-step instructions to gain access to the application. Your DSU email account must be working! Application can not be sent to an email other than your DSU account. All applicants must have paid the appropriate housing deposit correctly.* Deposits can be paid now (click for Nelnet Payment Services) in order to receive the link to the housing application on April 15. Housing for new and transfer students is not guaranteed after July 15, and is based on availability and date the application is received ("first come, first serve" basis). The deposit payment date is irrelevant in this process - so please submit the application as soon as you receive it! Criteria for new and transfer students are as follows: Housing Process begins April 15 and ends July 15 You must be accepted to the University in order to apply for housing Pay the appropriate housing deposit before April 15 in order to receive the housing application link on the 15th If you are applying for Evers, Jenkins, Laws or Tubman, deposit amount is $200 (you must select "Traditional Housing Deposit") If you have been accepted into the Honors Program, and are applying for Wynder Towers, deposit amount is $200 (you must select "Traditional Housing Deposit") Transfer students eligible for Warren Franklin Hall, deposit amount is $200 (you must select "Traditional Housing Deposit") Transfer students eligible for the Living Learning Commons, deposit amount is $200 (you must select "DSU LL Commons Deposit")   *NOTE: If you pay the deposit incorrectly; for example, paid it as a "payment" instead of as a "deposit," Student Accounts will not correct it. You will be required to email Student Accounts Office to request to have it refunded back to your credit card so it can be paid correctly. Never pay a deposit by selecting "Tuition/Traditional Housing" deposit.   For questions please call (302) 857-6326, or email housing@desu.edu.     Please follow Step 1 in your Acceptance Letter from the Admissions Office to set up your DSU Email Account!         As a first year, transfer or potential student, this website will act as an online resource guide to help you make an informed decision regarding campus living. Please take the time to browse these pages thoroughly, as there is a lot of information about the on-campus experience that will be important to you. There are seven traditional residence halls on campus for freshmen and transfer students, as well as two "apartment-style" living complexes - one on campus and one off campus (a minimum of 30 credit hours is needed to qualify for the apartment-style living complexes). Living-learning communities are also available to those who would like to extend the academic focus from the classroom to the living environment. Living on campus offers the unique ability to experience all that DSU has to offer, learn more about yourself, and help prepare you for life after college. Each residence hall enables you to live with your peers, classmates, and friends. Below are links to residential halls, rates & fees, and housing applications. if you have any other questions or concerns, please contact the Department of Housing and Residential Education at (302) 857-6326 or email housing@desu.edu. We hope to make your life at DSU as rich and rewarding as possible, as well as feel like home. Residential Information: Housing Comparison Matrix Housing Rates and Fees What to Bring What Not to Bring Roommate Success Guide Terms and Conditions Student Handbook Residential Policies and Procedures
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Maintenance, IT Request, and Laundry

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Delaware State University
Department of Housing
and Residential Education

Delaware State University
302.857.6326
302.857.6333 fax

housing@desu.edu

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Facilities Work Order Request If you experience issues with your room or residence hall, please click on the links below to submit a Facilities Work Order request. Instructions Facilities Work Order Request IT Request If you experience issues with the cable or internet service, please contact the IT Help Desk at (302) 857-7028. Laundry Help If this is your first time away from home and you don't have a clue as to how to wash clothes or get that stain out of your favorite shirt, click The Campus Clothesline link below:  http://www.campusclothesline.com/ This site offers all sorts of information and tips on how to do laundry, remove stains, and basic clothing care. Check it out!
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Student Affairs

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Student AffairsIt's great to be a Hornet! Delaware State is an inclusive community where the diverse views and talents of the many members of this learning community are valued and celebrated. We encourage you to contribute to DSU's diverse, vibrant campus community by participating in the Student Government Association or one of the over 100 clubs and organizations.    CAMPUS LIFEStudent Leadership and ActivitiesJudicial AffairsMLK Student CenterStudent Government AssociationSororities and FraternitiesConference and Events  HEALTH & SAFETYCounselingWellness & Recreation CenterPublic SafetyStudent Health ServicesSexual Assault Protocol -Title IXHOUSING ANDRESIDENTIALEDUCATIONResidenceHousing ApplicationsProgramsReturning StudentsNew StudentsHousing Rates and FeesHousing ContractsImportant DatesDamage Billing ChargesSTUDENT SERVICESAdmissionsCareer ServicesDiningDSU Shuttle ScheduleDSU Shuttle Schedule - Living & Learning CommonsTransportationBookstoreGENERAL INFOAbout DSUAdmissionsAlumni RelationsCampus contactsGive to DSUHistory of DSUMission/Vision StatementOffice of the PresidentVISIT DSUCampus mapCity of DoverDirectionsNearby accommodationsSchedule a campus tour 
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Information and Events

Student Judicial Handbook

Conference and Events Calendar

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Vacant, VP of Student Affairs

 

Lisa P. Hinton, Administrative Assistant
 

Office:  302-857-6300
Fax:  302-857-7850
studentaffairs@desu.edu

Fraternity and Sorority Life

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    Welcome to the Fraternity and Sorority Life Page   A fraternity is an association of men, selected in the college by democratic processes, because of the adherence to common ideals and aspirations. Out of their association arises a personal relation which makes them unselfishly seek to advance one another in the arts id life and to add, to the formal instruction of the college curriculum, the culture and character which men acquire by contact with great personalities, or when admitted to partnership in great traditions.” (Newton Baker, The Purple Pilgrim, Manual of Phi Gamma Delta) The first Greek letter organization, Phi Beta Kappa, was founded at the college of William and Mary in 1776. The fraternity was founded as a society with the purpose of openly discussion the ideas and views of the time without the supervision of the faculty. According to Baird’s Manual, the preeminent historical account and “encyclopedia” of Greek life, “Inevitably, what had begun as shared yearning for a livelier life if the mind grew into a broader fellowship? Intellectual pastimes persisted at the center of fraternity life until nearly the end of the nineteenth century: orations, debates, the reading of original poems as well as scientific and scholarly papers” (Baird’s Manual. Pp.1-11). Greek organizations members ideally espouse to be model citizens of the campus. Universities long have supported the Greek movement given the direct relationship between mission of higher education and the purpose and espoused values of the college and fraternity. The shared or common mission of higher education institutions and fraternal organizations is to prepare students for responsible citizenship. Inter/national Greek organizations have recognized that to be effective and valued members of the community, they must work in partnership with the institution. Both entities prosper when the values and principles for which Greek groups were established are realized. These same principles are used to describe a “Sorority”. Below is a listing of the historically black fraternities and sororities the Delaware State University has on campus. All fraternities and sororities must adhere to Delaware State University, and OSLA policies and procedures. All policies and procedures are subject to change.   Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.   Founded: December 4th, 1906 Campus: Cornell University Charter Date: February 7th, 1948 Chapter: Gamma Sigma Chapter President:Andre McDonald Chapter Advisor: Sean Gunter  National History                               Chapter History Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.     Founded: January 15th, 1908 Campus: Howard University Charter Date: April 1955 Chapter: Delta Lambda Chapter President: Amanda Pendelton Chapter Advisor: Asi Ofosu  National History                               Chapter History Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.     Founded: January 5th, 1911 Campus: Indiana University Charter Date: March 25th, 2007 Chapter: Pi Eta Chapter President: Tyree Evans Chapter Advisor: Jermaine Clarke   National History                               Chapter History Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.     Founded: November 17th. 1911 Campus: Howard University Charter Date: December 17th, 1946 Chapter: Psi Epsilon Chapter President: Jon Brown Chapter Advisor: Mike Rogers   National History                               Chapter History Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc     Founded: January 13rd, 1913 Campus: Howard University Charter Date: Chapter: Chapter President: Chapter Advisor: Jane Hicks   National History                               Chapter History Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.     Founded: January 9th, 1914 Campus: Howard University Chapter: Gamma Upsilon Charter Date: April 17th, 1962 Chapter President: Eric Green Chapter Advisor: Al Tunnell   National History                               Chapter History Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.     Founded: January 16th, 1920 Campus: Howard University Chapter: Upsilon Charter Date: September 30th, 1961 Chapter President:  Rachael Burke Chapter Advisor: LaSean R Shelton   National History                               Chapter History Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.     Founded: November 12th, 1922 Campus: Butler University Chapter: Zeta Delta Charter Date: March 30th, 1974 Chapter President: Brittany Williams Chapter Advisor:  Dayna Cobb National History                               Chapter History Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.     Founded: September 19th, 1963 Campus: Morgan State University Chapter: Gamma Charter Date: 1967 Chapter President: Jarrett McKiney Chapter Advisor: Darius Powell   National History                               Chapter History  

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