The STAR campus is all about engagement—with the community, with the business world, and with our clinical partners—to train the next generation of healthcare professionals and to create the next innovations in healthcare through cutting- edge research. Kathleen S. Matt
Dean of Health Sciences
We have a very real opportunity at the STAR Campus to commit our efforts to the grand challenges, great debates, and big ideas that define our time. Domenico Grasso
Provost

A once in a lifetime opportunity.

The University of Delaware’s Science, Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus is a 272-acre property currently being developed as a space that combines business, research, education and more. A former auto assembly plant, STAR Campus is currently home to UD’s Health Sciences Complex, California-based Bloom Energy’s East Coast fuel cell manufacturing center and UD’s eV2g project.

Future development will establish it as a center of innovation, focused on leading research in areas such as health science, cyber security and alternative energy. Through partnerships with private businesses and government agencies, UD will provide educational and professional opportunities for students while igniting job and economic growth within the state.