The Office of Student Success introduces students to their college experience by providing a collegial and academically enriched environment. As the point of entry for freshmen and incoming transfers, our support programs facilitate ongoing student engagement while promoting intellectual growth and development. The Office of Student Success encourages social integration through a variety of programs designed to assist students in succeeding during their DSU experience, as they progress toward graduation.
Housed on the second floor of the William C. Jason Library, our programs are formed to support students academic needs and to help them succeed during their freshman year and beyond.
Visit our FAQ page for more information or contact us via UCInfo [at] desu.edu (email) or 302.857.7201.
Integrated Academic Support Services
Integrated Academic Support provides students services to build the skills necessary to succeed during their time at DSU. Our staff and the various resources we have to offer are here to help students excel.
Student Success Advisors
Our advisors stand ready and prepared to provide you with a structured and unique experience.
All students seeking extra help in a variety of courses can come to the Tutoring Center to request a tutor. Students may be tutored individually or in small groups, according to the number of requests per subject.
Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC)
Our mission is to help improve the persistence and success of students in math courses ranging from Intro to Algebra to Calculus I.
Our Writing Studio aims to improve the writing skills of students, both undergraduate and graduate, in any course across the curriculum.
Supplemental Instruction Program
Our Supplemental Instruction Program strives to increase student persistence and success in historically difficult courses by providing a collaborative peer-learning environment that improves understanding of subject content, fosters critical thinking and strengthens study skills.
Drop-In Computer Lab
Students sit at state-of-the-art computers to work on classroom assignments, PowerPoint presentations, and various assignments. Students must have a current passcode from DSU’s Computing Office to utilize our computer lab.
Academic Recovery Program
Students on Academic Probation or readmitted from suspension are required to participate in the Academic Recovery Program that will promote their return to academic good standing.
Student Accessibility Services
The mission of Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is to provide equal opportunities and equal access to education, programs, and activities for all students with disabilities at Delaware State University. SAS works collaboratively with University Partners to foster a welcoming, diverse, and inclusive University community.
In achieving this, SAS collaborates with and empowers individuals who have documented disabilities by working together proactively to determine reasonable and appropriate accommodative measures. In efforts to ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) and other current legislation and to eliminate attitudinal barriers against people with disabilities, SAS also provides institution-wide advisement, consultation, and training on disability-related topics, including legal and regulatory compliance, universal design, and disability scholarship.
Student Resources and Registration
Students with disabilities interested in requesting disability-related accommodations at Delaware State University must provide appropriate documentation and engage in the interactive process with SAS. Any student already registered with SAS who has questions about accommodations and resources should contact SAS early and often.
Faculty and Administrator Resources
Faculty and Administrators are some of our most important allies in ensuring that all students with disabilities are given the opportunity to request accommodations and experience equal access to all aspects of the educational experience here at Delaware State University. SAS offers tailored resources and training for Faculty and Administrators.
Parent and Family Resources
Delaware State University is committed to fostering an environment of nondiscrimination including but not limited to the recruitment, admission, and treatment of students with disabilities. We understand that you as parents may be accustomed to playing a role in your student’s education and have compiled a list of resources to assist you in the transition.
“ My tutor was very patient, took her time explaining and gave me different scenarios so I could understand.” Jasmine D., Tutoring Center