Article by UDaily Staff | August 21, 2017
University of Delaware students, faculty, staff and administrators observe Monday's solar eclipse.
Article by Julie Stewart | August 21, 2017
Two rising stars in computer science and convergence research will speak on UD’s campus this school year.
Article by Beth Miller | August 18, 2017
UD's new iSuite -- where cyberdefenses are strengthened and innovative solutions are discovered -- was the perfect venue for Gov. John Carney to sign legislation to provide protections in cases of cybersecurity breaches.
The University of Delaware is committed to excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, research and service.
From its roots as a private academy in 1743, the institution today is a research-intensive, technologically advanced university with global impact. Come join us.
Our alumni tell our story of achievement -- from the first class that included three signers of the Declaration of Independence and a signer of the Constitution to a Nobel Prize-winning scientist, a Tony Award-winning choreographer and the current vice president of the United States.
Our distinguished faculty includes internationally known authors, scientists and artists. State-of-the-art facilities support UD’s academic, research and service activities.
Campus life is welcoming -- enriched by distinguished guest speakers, NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics, 300-plus engaged student organizations, concerts and other arts and cultural activities.
In addition to our vibrant main campus in Newark, UD has locations across the state -- in Wilmington, Dover, Georgetown and Lewes.
A thriving study-abroad program and expanding international partnerships further enhance our students’ education as global citizens.
Article by Ann Manser | August 16, 2017
Summer program gives incoming students a preview
Article by Julie Stewart | August 16, 2017
Thermal analysis conference includes honor for late UD professor
Article by Adam Thomas | August 16, 2017
UD study looks to clean up subsurface phosphorus risk assessment
One of the oldest universities in the United States,
the University of Delaware traces its roots to 1743.
The school’s first name was Newark College,
later becoming Delaware College.
In 1921, it was officially named
the University of Delaware.
In 2017, we continue to grow - establishing ourselves as a top
institution that is leaving its mark in
Delaware and across the globe.
Welcome to Blue Hen Country!
From intercollegiate athletics to club sports, UD's school spirit permeates throughout campus, boosted by loyal fans who include students, faculty and staff, alumni, parents and friends.
The University of Delaware exists to cultivate learning, develop knowledge and foster the free exchange of ideas. State-assisted yet privately governed, the University has a strong tradition of distinguished scholarship, research, teaching and service that is grounded in a commitment to increasing and disseminating scientific, humanistic and social knowledge for the benefit of the larger society. Tracing its origins to 1743 and chartered by the state in 1833, the University of Delaware today is a land-grant, sea-grant and space-grant university.
The University of Delaware is a major research university with extensive graduate programs that is also dedicated to outstanding undergraduate and professional education. University faculty are committed to the intellectual, cultural and ethical development of students as citizens, scholars and professionals. University graduates are prepared to contribute to a global society that requires leaders with creativity, integrity and a dedication to service.
The University of Delaware promotes an environment in which all people are inspired to learn and encourages intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, free inquiry and respect for the views and values of an increasingly diverse population.
Statement of Responsibility
The University of Delaware community values both personal and academic freedom. All members of the campus community have the personal responsibility to promote an atmosphere of civility in which the free exchange of ideas and opinions can flourish. We do so by learning from individual and collective differences and by respecting every human being.