Take I-95 to Delaware Exit #1, Route 896 North. Continue North on Route 896 which becomes South College Avenue (do not turn left at Route 896 and Route 4) and takes you to campus. Turn right from South College Avenue onto East Park Place. Turn left at the next light onto Academy Street. The Career Services Center will be on your right (401 Academy Street). Enter Career Service through the white enclosure.
To help students identify strengths, motivations and purpose, and translate their ambitions into opportunities through professional, educational and UD connections.
Empower all students to develop and achieve their professional aspirations.
Student-Centered – Set priorities and make decisions that reflect the best interests of UD students.
Diversity & Inclusion – Champion the diversity and inclusion of all individuals, and support their unique contributions to the community and workplace.
Dynamic - Create and deliver innovative services.
Professionalism - Model integrity, demonstrate competence and promote awareness.
Outstanding Service - Go above and beyond to serve our community and student population.
Teamwork and Communication - Help one another to reach our collective and individual goals.
Authentic Connections – Develop meaningful connections with internal and external stakeholders to create opportunities for students.
Priorities & Balance – Effectively focus our time and resources on CSC, Student Life and UD priorities.
The University of Delaware Career Services Center is committed to providing an inclusive and supportive environment, where students’ diverse experiences, perspectives and backgrounds are respected, recognized, and integrated into career planning and development. We are dedicated to serve and prepare diverse and traditionally underrepresented populations through intentional and purposeful events, resources, on-campus recruiting and career counseling/coaching, further preparing our students for a multifaceted and global market.
The Career Services Center is part of the Division of Student Life, which contributes and facilitates critical learning and development within healthy, inclusive and supportive communities so that all students may thrive at UD and beyond.
Connection to Bank of America
On January 1, 2006, the acquisition of MBNA by Bank of America became official. With this purchase three career centers previously funded by MBNA (Penn State, Georgetown, and UD) formally adopted the Bank of America title.
Located at 401 Academy Street, the BOA Career Services Center is part of a 38,000 square foot office space, which also includes Human Resources, and Public Safety. The facility doubled the space available for career services and includes an outstanding employer interview area and upgraded technology enhancements.