University of Delaware

Institute for Global Studies

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Accommodations

You will be housed in the Christiana Towers student apartment complex. Men and Women will be housed in separate areas of the building.

Each student will have her or his own bedroom in a two-bedroom apartment shared with another Institute student of the same sex. Fresh sheets and blankets will be provided every three days. Each apartment has its bathroom, and a small kitchenette. Bathrooms will be cleaned daily; fresh towels will be provided each day. Each bedroom has its own separate climate control. For a typical floor plan, Click here.

Two undergraduate Resident Advisors, on the Institute's Staff, will live in the complex. The Office of Residential Life and the Office of Conference Services will also have staff available in the complex twenty-four hours per day.

If you would like to receive mail during your stay, please use the following address:

YOUR NAME
Institute for Global Studies
26 East Main Street
Newark, Delaware 19716
United States

We will be staying in hotels in San Diego, New York, and Washington, DC. While in the hotels, you will share a two-bed room with another Institute student of the same sex. Institute faculty and staff will oversee each study trip and will be in residence at the same hotels.

Statistics show that in comparison to other large college campuses, UD is a relatively safe environment. Nonetheless, individuals in our community still must take personal responsibility for their own safety by being aware and alert.

Newark, Delaware is generally safe, even at night, although it is recommended to walk in groups of at least two and avoid unlit side streets in the late evening hours. The most prevalent problem is petty theft. Illegal entry and theft of valuables from residences on campus and in Newark can occur, but you can greatly reduce your chances of becoming a victim of this crime by following some simple guidelines: always lock your doors and windows when leaving, even if just for a few minutes, and do not leave your belongings unattended in public places. If you need to travel to a location outside of Newark in the evening, a member of the program staff will be happy to assist you so that you do not have to travel alone in an unfamiliar area late at night.

The Institute for Global Studies will store your passports and any other personal belongings in a safe during your stay. We suggest that you do not bring anything particularly valuable, but if you do it is recommended that you insure these items before you leave home as neither the University of Delaware nor the U. S. Government can accept any responsibility for any lost or stolen items. Therefore, you may want to photograph and record the serial numbers of your valuables before leaving for the United States.

 

 

  • Institute for Global Studies  •   Elliott Hall, 26 East Main Street  •   Newark, DE 19716  •   USA
    Phone: ++1 (302) 831-2852  •   Fax: ++1 (302) 831-6042  •   © 2011