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Our Current Events

Check out our current initatives, happening in (and out) of the residence halls right now! Looking for something more long-term like a leadership program or service opportunity? Check out our in-hall programming here.

SPRING INTO SUCCESS CONFERENCE: FEBRUARY 7-8, 2020

Discover the inspiration and resources that can help you achieve your academic, career and personal goals at Spring into Success, our two-day success conference for resident and commuter students at UD!


This conference includes:

  • A series of workshops, presentations and panels to help you prepare for the Spring semester including time management, study skills, fraternity and sorority life sessions, and career development sessions (to name a few)!

  • A resource fair with more than 30 campus offices and staff represented to answer questions!

  • Opportunities to connect with UD students and staff from offices that have included Study Abroad, Career Services, and Blue Hen Leadership Programs!

  Check out a sample schedule

  Email us your questions!

Participants who attend all required sessions as indicated on the conference schedule will have the early check-in fee waived. There are no costs to attend the conference if participants attend all required sessions and events.

To register for the conference, log into the My Housing portal and follow the instructions. Registration is open on Tuesday, January 8 and will close Friday, February 1.

Yes! You're welcome to sign up using the My Housing portal, starting in January, the same as residential students. You won't be charged any check-in fees, of course, whether you attend required sessions or not.

MLK Day of Service: February 29, 2020

Come join our team and the Blue Hen Leadership Program for the Tenth Annual MLK Day of Service! 

More details coming soon.

Martin Luther King Jr. marches with a group of people

"And I do not see how we will ever solve the turbulent problem of race confronting our nation until there is an honest confrontation with it, and a willing search for the truth and a willingness to admit the truth when we discover it."

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from his speech at Grosse Point High School on March 14, 1968

"And I do not see how we will ever solve the turbulent problem of race confronting our nation until there is an honest confrontation with it, and a willing search for the truth and a willingness to admit the truth when we discover it."

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from his speech at Grosse Point High School on March 14, 1968

 

Residence Life & Housing is part of the Division of Student Life, which contributes and facilitates critical learning and development within healthy, inclusive and supportive communities, so that all students may thrive at UD and beyond.