From stepping foot in your freshman dorm room to tossing your cap at graduation, the University of Delaware experience is filled with memory-making moments.


Blue Hens and friends have amazing stories to tell, thanks to their time on campus and putting their skills to work in communities beyond. Pull up a chair and listen in to their accomplishments and memories on the Remember When Line, read personal stories, find a book or podcast by a Blue Hen and discover why they are proud to strut their blue-and-gold pride!

Blue Hen Authors

Whether you're an avid reader or just a big fan of supporting fellow Blue Hens, we're betting that you'll find a book right up your alley in this list of works by UD alumni. You may be familiar with a few titles and you may find a gem that becomes a new favorite.

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Blue Hen Podcasts

Check out the list of many relatable topics, from writing to mindful parenting to finance, to see which podcasts you want to add to your library.

Listen In

Remember When Line | 302-831-MYUD

It’s time to take a trip down memory lane. Revisit campus life by listening to our Remember When voicemail series. Press play on these quick audio stories to hear funny, touching and heartwarming recollections from UD days.

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UD in Your Words

Everybody’s college experience is unique to them, so who better to talk about UD than you? Read about alumni in their own words. 

More Stories
  • Black History Month at UD

    Looking for meaningful ways to celebrate? Consider supporting these causes on campus!
  • Double Del Couples Share their UD Love Stories

    The University of Delaware holds a special place in our alumni’s hearts. That’s especially true for Double Dels, or couples who met on campus. To celebrate Valentine’s Day, several Double Del couples shared their UD love stories, insights on how to maintain a happy relationship and how they stay part of the Blue Hen flock!
  • Uncovering Unnamed Figures

    Unnamed Figures: Black Presence and Absence in the Early American North, an exhibit co-curated by UD undergraduate alumna and current doctoral student Emelie Gevalt, explores a previously unexamined subject in the art world. The exhibit at the American Folk Art Museum in New York City includes 125 artifacts, including paintings, sculptures, pottery, needlework and more.
Blue Hen Strong Fund.

We are Blue Hen Strong

The Blue Hen Strong Fund directly meets the ever-evolving needs of our students to ensure their success at UD and beyond

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Alumni Benefits

It pays to be a Blue Hen! UD and the Alumni Association offer a variety of benefits, discounts and services to our alumni.

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