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University of DelawareNew Student Orientation First Year Experience

The Welcome Ambassador (WA) position provides students the unique opportunity to officially help new students transition to the University of Delaware! WAs help shape the experience that new students have during their first weekend on campus. WAs are official representatives of the Office of New Student Orientation, the Division of Student Life, and the University of Delaware, and should act accordingly with professionalism and good judgment.

Applications are due by 4:00 PM on Friday, April 15. Check out an interest meeting for more information on Thursday, April 7 at 6:00 PM in 223 Gore or Monday, April 11 at 7:30 PM in 117 Gore.

Click here for the WA Position Description. Questions should be directed to the Welcome Ambassador Captains at 1743welcomeambassadors@gmail.com or Brittany Acosta, New Student Orientation Program Coordinator, at 302-831-3378 or bacosta@udel.edu.

*Note: You may not serve as a Welcome Ambassador if you are serving as an RA for the 2016-2017 Academic Year.*

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Welcome New Blue 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 UD community.

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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.