The USC recognize over 300 Registered Student Organizations and house many of their administrative offices. Whether you're new here or in your final year, it's always the right time to meet people that share your interests.
What's going on in and around the USC? Check out our new online portal, StUDent Central, to see what's going on around campus and connect with people who share your interests!
The USC's Blue Hen Leadership Program is back and it's better than ever. There are a variety of opportunities for you to get involved, become a stronger leader, and have unforgettable experiences along the way.
The University Student Centers are the community centers of the University, serving students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests. The USC enhance student life and complement the academic experience through an extensive variety of cultural, educational, social, and recreational programs. Through volunteerism, committees, and student employment, the USC offer first-hand experience in citizenship and educate students in leadership and social responsibility while providing opportunities for personal growth and development.
In filling the role of campus "hub", the USC offer a gathering place where services and conveniences are provided in an environment which allows students to get to know and understand each other through formal and informal activities. The USC serve as a unifying force that honors each individual and values diversity. Through fostering a sense of community, the University Student Centers also help cultivate University spirit and alumni loyalty.
- Trabant University Center
- Perkins Student Center
- Directions to Campus
- Convenient parking for both USC buildings can be found in the parking garages directly adjacent to them; for TUC, enter the garage from Main St; for PSC, enter the garage from Academy St. For more information on parking, see Parking Services.
- All areas of the USC were designed to be fully handicapped accessible. Questions about accessibility should be referred to the affirmative action officer in 305 Hullihen Hall or by calling (302)831-2835 (voice) or (302)831-4552 (TDD).
- Policy for Use of Facilities by Guests and Visitors
- An invited guest is one who can be identified as having been extended an invitation to visit the University Student Centers by the University, a University department or a member of the University for a specific occasion, conference, special function, tour, or official visit or program taking place in either Student Center.
- Guests who are invited by a member of the University to visit either Student Center as described above are limited to the specific occasion for which they were invited and must be accompanied by a host while in either Student Center.
- A visitor is a person who occasionally uses either Student Centers' services and facilities but who has not been invited.
- An individual making regular and repeated use of either Student Center and its immediate environs (patio and parking lot) will not be regarded as an invited guest or visitor.
- the University Student Centers staff are encouraged, when in their judgment such action is necessary, to ask individuals in the University Student Centers for identification and for information regarding their business in the University Student Centers or environs.
- the University Student Centers staff will close off, when in their judgment such action is necessary, certain portions of the University Student Centers to nonmembers of the University.
- the University Student Centers staff may ask individuals who do not qualify as guests or visitors (as defined above) to leave the University Student Centers and environs. Individuals who refuse to comply may be subject to arrest.
Guests and Visitors Use of the University Student Centers
In keeping with a resolution of the University Board of Trustees, the University campus and facilities are special-purpose buildings and grounds, and they are not open to the public generally. Affirming that resolution, the Student Center Staff adopted the following policies for guests and visitors in Student Centers: