Applying as a first-year student?
Some of the brightest students from across the country and the world choose the University of Delaware. Apply today to start your journey and join the next class of Blue Hens.
Looking for exceptional opportunities to achieve? You’ll find them at UD.
A Path to Your Future
Internships, hands-on learning, field experience, study abroad. UD provides a competitive edge with clear pathways to employment or further learning.
UD students are more likely to graduate in four years—and with less student debt. That’s why we’re rated a “best value” year over year.
A Diverse Community
At UD, we’re committed to inclusion—in our scholarship and in our actions.
Academics that Challenge Assumptions
Looking for a new perspective? UD is a leader in global education. It was the first university in the world to offer a study abroad program and is one of only five U.S. universities and colleges to receive NAFSA's 2015 Senator Paul Simon Award for Comprehensive Internationalization. A third of our undergraduates study in more than 70 countries on six continents.
UD is a destination for talented and accomplished students looking for new challenges. The Delaware Innovation Fellows Program helps students turn dreams into reality working alongside fellow inventors, educators, entrepreneurs, business executives and community leaders. Students in our Honors Program take on rigorous academic challenges with alongside faculty and peers.
Tuition and Fees
|Room (Standard Double):||$7,316||$7,316|
|Health Service Fee:||$454||$454|
|Comprehensive Student Fee:||$598||$598|
|Student Center Fee:||$238||$238|
*New rates are released every July. Optional Winter & Summer Sessions are charged separately. Actual rates for room vary for different housing arrangements. Amount shown is standard rate for first-year double room.
To apply for need-based aid, be sure to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1.
By the Numbers
School to Study Abroad
Classes taught by full-time faculty