Academic Advising at the University of Delaware is a shared practice throughout the institution that is an integral part of teaching, mentoring and learning. Collaborative relationships among students, faculty advisors, and professional advisors support students' development and achievement of their educational goals.
As a UD student, there is someone available to help you select courses, choose or switch your major, explore careers or graduate education, and make sure you're on track to complete your degree requirements? That person is your Academic Advisor. You are encouraged to visit your Advisor at least once every semester, or whenever you need some help with your academic program.
UD offers a variety of academic advising resources. For more information about academic advising and how it can help you, click on your College or Program below.
Academic advising is crucial for student success. To help you better understand how to manage your academic career, the University has designed the following "Dare to" online resources for your information - Advising 101: Dare to Connect, Navigating the UD Curriculum: Dare to Investigate and Class Registration: Dare to Plan. Click on the titles below to view each resource.