DSU & Wesley
With the historic July 1, 2021, acquisition, Wesley College’s 147-year tradition and Delaware State University’s 130-year heritage blend for a strong future. Visit the links below to learn more about the acquisition and about Delaware State University.
Thank you for your interest in Wesley College
As of July 1, 2021, Wesley College has joined with Delaware State University through a historic acquisition that combines the longstanding heritages of Wesley as a premier liberal arts college and Delaware State University as America’s most diverse, contemporary Historically Black College/University.
With respect for the great tradition of Wesley College and anticipation for the future, we are excited to welcome members of the Wesley community into the Delaware State University family.
As you begin or continue your journey with Delaware State University, seek resources related to your Wesley College education or employment, and get to know our Hornet community, we want to provide you with a seamless experience. We look forward to connecting with you and hope that the information below will provide you with helpful guidance to meet your needs.
ADMISSIONS & NEW STUDENT RESOURCES
Whether you’re enrolling in college for the first time as a freshman, seeking to transfer credits to complete your undergraduate degree or looking to advance your education through graduate school, you’ll find support and experiences to achieve success at Delaware State University. Visit the links below to explore and learn more.
Our alumni maintain a strong connection with their alma mater long after graduation as an important part of the Delaware State University family. We look forward to welcoming generations of Wesley alumni into our Hornet family while helping you to stay connected to your classmates and to Wesley’s rich legacy.
Experience Life on Campus
We are a close-knit community on a 356-acre suburban campus in Dover, Delaware, and are just a short drive from Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
Our diverse and vibrant student body includes students from 41 states and 15 countries (fall 2020). Go beyond the classroom to strengthen your individual character with 100+ student organizations.