Welcome back students, class of 2026, and new faculty!

We are ecstatic to welcome back students, new and existing faculty, and the incoming class of 2026 this Fall semester. 

Learn more about some of our new CHS faculty by department in the spotlight articles linked below.


Behavioral Health and Nutrition

Medical and Molecular Sciences

Physical Therapy

School of Nursing

Illuminating the Future of Healthcare

See yourself as part of the future of healthcare here at the University of Delaware. From classroom experiences, clinical opportunities, study abroad and more, you’ll learn interdisciplinary approaches that will help you develop the knowledge and skills to be part of the next generation of healthcare leaders in your field.

Recent News in CHS
  • University of Delaware graduate Aidan Bradley makes a fist with his new bionic arm equipped with smart technology.

    UD grad using high-tech prosthetics

    September 22, 2022 | Written by Amy Cherry
    A University of Delaware graduate has overcome a life-changing accident. With determination, physical therapy at UD's clinic, and technology from UD's STAR Campus company, Aidan Bradley is now thriving.
  • Hicks named Distinguished Professor of Health Sciences

    September 21, 2022 | Written by Colin Heffinger
    Gregory Hicks, professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Delaware, has recently been appointed as Distinguished Professor of Health Sciences.
  • School of Nursing welcomes new faculty

    September 07, 2022 | Written by Amy Cherry
    The School of Nursing welcomes new faculty and introduces other faculty members who've taken on new roles.

Mastering CPR Skills

Imagine learning crucial life-saving techniques once every two years, becoming certified, and by the end of year two, needing to use those skills when a person’s life depends on it. That’s the current requirement for healthcare providers — and it’s leading to loss of life.

The University of Delaware’s School of Nursing (SON) within the College of Health Sciences is playing a vital role in reforming standards of care for resuscitation during cardiac arrest that will lead to more lives saved as part of AHA’s vision for a world in which no one dies from cardiac arrest.


Mackenzie Seyka practicing their CPR skills on the RQI project simulator



UD Health’s comprehensive health clinics use research and education to take healthcare in a new direction. Major health and prevention services include: primary care, physical therapy, speech therapy, mental health services, care coordination, nutrition counseling, exercise counseling, and health coaching — all on one STAR Campus.

Explore the STAR Campus

The Science Technology and Research (STAR) Campus serves as the innovation hub for the College of Health Sciences. With research, personal clinical care and state-of-the art technologies, the sites at STAR are the first step towards building a healthier Delaware