Graduate Student Resources
From the classrooms and labs at our campuses in Newark and Lewes to field work throughout the state, region, and worldwide, our graduate students are connected in active and engaging learning environments. Here, current graduate students can find resources in advisement, departmental policies, campus living, career listings, and opportunities to stay connected to CEOE.
Each academic unit in CEOE has its own set of milestones or guidelines for achieving academic goals while in route to earning your degree. This information can be provided to you by your advisor or the Graduate Program Director.
Additional questions can be directed to Kelli Kerbawy, Assistant Dean for Graduate Services at CEOE.
CEOE Unit Policies
The links below provide copies of the policies to individual academic units in CEOE, as well as some of our interdisciplinary programs. Some provide additional contact information for further questions specific to a program.
CEOE Campus Living >
UD Graduate Policies >
UD Graduate Forms >
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Mentorship Program for Graduate Students
Graduate students who are looking to develop an external mentorship relationship with a professional affiliated with the College are encouraged to apply to the Mentorship Program. Mentors have a proven record of professional experience in a variety of scientific fields and/or sectors of employment such as industry, academia, non-profit agencies, and government agencies at all levels.