|Academics: In the Colleges|
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
of Agriculture and Natural Resources is headquartered on south campus, just
north of the UD athletic complex, and has additional facilities in Dover and Georgetown.
The college's central building on the Newark campus is Townsend Hall, which recently
underwent a $13 million renovation. It houses the offices of the college and
its five departments: animal and food sciences, bioresources engineering, entomology
College of Arts and Sciences
The oldest area of campus contains buildings that house offices and classrooms for the departments in the visual arts: Recitation Hall (art); Old College (art conservation, art history, and museum studies); Taylor Hall (art); and across North College Avenue, the new 35,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art Studio Arts Building (art).
Just down South College Avenue, centering around The Colonnade and fountain, are buildings that house departments of the college. Smith Hall is home to political science and international relations, sociology, women's studies, foreign languages and literatures, and computer and information sciences. Ewing Hall houses mathematical sciences and the Black American Studies Program. Across the street from Ewing Hall, the new Munroe Hall holds the anthropology and history departments. The nearby Amy E. du Pont Music Building, at the corner of Orchard Road and Amstel Avenue, is home to the music department. The office of the dean is located at 4 Kent Way.
The Green is flanked by buildings containing many of the departments in the sciences: Sharp Lab (physics and astronomy); Wolf Hall (biology and psychology); and Brown Lab and Lammot du Pont Lab (both chemistry and biochemistry.) The Department of Physical Therapy is housed in McKinly Laboratory.
On the east side of campus are two buildings holding other Arts and Sciences departments: Pearson Hall (geography and communication) and Penny Hall (geology).
Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics
Alfred Lerner Hall and Purnell Hall are home to many of the programs and facilities for the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics. The two are linked via a glassed-in pedestrian overpass. Purnell Hall, the original home of the college, remains the home of the departments of Economics, Finance, and Accounting. These two buildings also hold the advisement center and computing sites for the college, as well as the John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance.
College of Engineering
used by the College of Engineering
are all conveniently located next to each other on the eastern side of
The Green. The recently expanded and renovated Du Pont Hall contains the dean's office and the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Evans Hall, connected to Du Pont Hall, contains the Department
of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
College of Health Sciences
The College of Health Sciences is headquartered in McDowell Hall on the north side of campus. McDowell Hall is also home to the college's Department of Nursing. The nearby Carpenter Sports Building is home to the Department of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences. The Department of Medical Technology is housed in Willard Hall Education Building. The offices of Nutrition and Dietetics are in Alison Hall.
The college also makes use of the many athletic facilities located on south campus, including the Delaware Field House, the Bob Carpenter Center, and UD's two ice arenas, one of which, the Fred Rust Ice Arena, is home to the Ice Skating Science Development Center.
College of Human Services, Education and Public Policy
The College of Education and Public Policy offers nine undergraduate majors and 13 graduate programs that address some of the most pressing intellectual and social challenges of today.
Near Old College, the Willard Hall Education Building is home to the School of Education and and the Delaware Center for Teacher Education. Raub Hall is the home to the Department of Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management and in the Trabant University Center is Vita Nova, the department's acclaimed student-run restaurant. On the South Green, across from Morris Library, is Alison Hall, which houses the departments of Individual and Family Studies and Consumer Studies, as well as the UD Laboratory Preschool and the College School, which serves children with learning difficulties. Alison Hall West contains the CHEP dean's office. The School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy is housed in Graham Hall. Alison Hall West and Pearson Hall also house many of the College's research and public service centers.
College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment
Most of the facilities for the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment are at the Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes, Delaware. There, the college has several classroom and research buildings, a branch library, several research vessels and a housing complex. On the south Green of the Newark campus, the College administration offices are in Robinson Hall, which also houses three of the college's five research centers.
For more information on the College, see the College of Marine and Earth Studies homepage.