Dining Services | Facilities | Housing Assignment Services
IT Help Center | Residence Life

Dining Services
Visit the Dining Services Web site to get the dish on:

  • menus
  • locations
  • hours of operation
  • nutrition information

Have questions about your meal plan or the rights and responsibilities involved with it? You’ll find the answers here. If you have other concerns, fill out the online comment card.
We love to hear from you.

Visit the Facilities Web site to:

  • request routine maintenance (Fixit form)
  • request extended housing furniture removal
  • find information about room furnishings and dimensions
  • view the key and access card policy

Custodial Services at the Facilities Web site will answer your questions about:

  • damage billing
  • excessive housekeeping
  • cleaning the residence halls
  • or if you would like a refund for money lost in a vending machine or washer/dryer.

Housing Assignment Services
Housing Assignment Services (HAS) is responsible for the assignment of undergraduate and graduate student and family housing.

Staff members work to help students to solve assignment and roommate issues.

HAS oversees all requests for release from the Housing Agreement and the Graduate Student and Family Housing Agreement.

Check out the HAS Web site for both Agreements in addition to information about:

  • On-campus living
  • Commonly asked questions
  • The on-campus housing guide for both new and current students.
  • Or, take an on-campus housing tour of our residence halls!

IT Help Center
Visit the IT Help Center - find out about:

  • anti-virus software requirements
  • computer account activation
  • connecting to the campus network
  • e-mail setup
  • new and returning student checklists
  • purchasing a computer or software
  • UD's Code of the Web
  • voicemail and much more.

Residence Life
Residence Life staff members at the University of Delaware are committed to encouraging, empowering, and educating all residents. We strive to create inclusive communities that enhance and support each student’s college experience. Our halls are exciting, dynamic, and fun places that students call “home.” With our residents, we are dedicated to creating communities of character, filled with citizens who care!
Visit the Residence Life Web site to learn more about life in the residence halls.

Information can be found there about:

  • activities and programs
  • hall staff
  • leadership and employment opportunities
  • residence hall policies and living expectations.

The Residence Life Web site has been organized into sections specifically designed for students, parents, faculty, and candidates.