Application for First-Year Students
The application for fall 2021 remains open for students applying to the Associate in Arts Program. Students wishing to apply to the Associate in Arts program should use the Coalition application. For international students, see link below. For all other first-year students, the application for fall 2021 is now closed. The application for fall 2022 will open Aug. 1, 2021.
Application for International Students
International first-year and transfer applicants should apply using the UD Online Application. International students wishing to apply to the fall 2021 semester may still do so. The application for fall 2022 will open Aug. 1.
Application for Transfer Students
Transfer students can apply using the UD online application, which opens Aug. 1 for the following year. The application priority deadline for the spring semester is Nov. 1. The application priority deadline for the fall semester is May 1. Review the transfer website for detailed information on the transfer admissions process.
Veteran, Veteran Dependent and Military Service Members
Over-60 Tuition-Free Degree Program Undergraduate Application
The Over-60 Tuition-Free Degree Program reflects the University of Delaware’s commitment to encouraging adults to continue their studies on a part-time or full-time basis. To be eligible for free undergraduate or graduate tuition, Delaware citizens aged 60 or over must apply for admission to the University and be admitted.
Readmission to the University
Students looking to return to UD for degree-seeking purposes can apply for readmission through the Registrar's Office.
Distance learning provides greater flexibility to busy professionals interested in pursuing a college degree through UD. To learn more, visit the distance learning website, or click below to apply.
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