University of Delaware
University of Delaware: 1743 Welcome Days, Connect-Explore-Contribute | August 23-25
University of DelawareNew Student Orientation First Year Experience

Welcome New Hens!

NSO is just the start of your new student experience! We are excited for your return to campus to experience 1743 Welcome Days! These three fun-filled days prior to classes will help you transition socially and academically as a new UD student. Our goal is to give you time to settle into your new home, meet and socialize with your new classmates, and learn more about your new academic life at the University of Delaware.

Embark on your Blue Hen journey during 1743 Welcome Days where you can CONNECT with the UD community, EXPLORE all UD has to offer and consider how you will leave your mark and CONTRIBUTE to this community.

Check back to this website for updates and previews to your 1743 experience.

Facebook Twitter Four Square youtube Stay Connected

 


2014 Welcome Ambassador Captains

Welcome Ambassadors will be on hand throughout 1743 Welcome Days to help you navigate campus and the schedule of events. Welcome Ambassadors are student leaders who have given of their time to help new, incoming students to have a positive transition at UD. They will be clearly identifiable throughout the weekend. DonĀ¹t hesitate to stop them and ask them questions! The approximately 50 Welcome Ambassadors are led by four Welcome Ambassador Captains. Learn more about who they are below:

Jamila Blake

Jamila Blake

Welcome Ambassador Captain
Year: Junior

Mikhail James

Mikhail James

Welcome Ambassador Captain
Year: Junior

Scott Levitt

Scott Levitt

Welcome Ambassador Captain
Year: Senior

Emily Nelson

Emily Nelson

Welcome Ambassador Captain
Year: Senior


University of Delaware: 1743 Welcome Days, Connect-Explore-Contribute | August 24-26

 

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act as amended in 2008, and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the University of Delaware is committed to providing equal access for students, employees, and visitors with disabilities. The Office of Disability Support Services (DSS) provides reasonable accommodations to ensure equal access to University programs and services. The DSS office works with individuals who have physical, medical/chronic health, and psychological disabilities, as well as those with learning disabilities and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

Anyone requiring an accommodation based on a disability should contact the DSS office directly. It is the individual's responsibility to inform the DSS office of the disability and need for accommodation. The DSS staff works in conjunction with other University departments to provide reasonable accommodations. For more information, please contact a DSS by phone (302) 831-4643, TDD (302) 831-4563, email DSSoffice@udel.edu, or visit the website at www.udel.edu/DSS.