Academic Support for Current Graduate Students
Just Getting Started?
The new Graduate Student Resource Guide has everything for the beginning of your graduate school career at UD.
As a graduate student at the University of Delaware, you have access to a wide network of support and resources from the moment you are enrolled in your first class through graduation, as well as the ability to connect as an alumnus. In addition to the academic advisement you will receive throughout your graduate career and the facilities devoted to success in your research endeavors and your health and well-being, the Graduate College is here to serve as a connection to the University that is sensitive to the specific issues that impact the graduate community. Some of the reasons to connect to the Graduate College include clarification on University or departmental policies and procedures, changes to your academic status, confidential guidance on personal or academic issues, and academic expectations of graduate programs beyond coursework.
Forms and Policies
At various points in your graduate career, you will find that there are procedures to be followed in order to progress in your degree and policies you may want to be aware of so you can stay on track. We have created two repositories for the forms and policies that drive these operations and made them available to you below. Any information regarding policies and program requirements not available on the Graduate College website can be found in the University of Delaware Graduate Catalog.