Enhance your experience
The University of Delaware offers many programs that enrich the experience of our students.
Thinking about studying abroad or taking an Honors Class? Interested in working with a faculty member on undergraduate research? Looking for a summer internship? Check out some of the great opportunities that are available to you.
CEHD Summer Scholars – 106 Alison Hall West ~ 831-2396
CEHD offers up to $3,000 to sophomore and junior majors working on research with CEHD faculty each summer.
Dean’s Scholar Program – 106 Alison Hall West ~ 831-2396
UD offers exceptionally talented and highly motivated students the opportunity to develop individual programs of study under the direction of a faculty committee.
Gain valuable hands-on-experience in your field. Great Resume builder. Contact your department, school, or the UD Career Services Center for internship opportunities inside or outside your field of study.
At least 15 credits of work in over 80 fields of study, minors offer students an opportunity to study an area of interest less intensive and comprehensive than a major.
CEHD Student Organizations
The College of Education and Human Development oversees a range of undergraduate student organizations that provide professional development as well as social activities.
Study Abroad – Elliott Hall ~ 831-2852
Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer Session study abroad programs allow you to earn academic credit and fulfill University requirements while experiencing different countries and cultures.
Undergraduate Research Program – 180 South College Avenue ~ 831-8995
Faculty are looking for students to assist with their research. Even as a novice, you can earn academic credit and/or grant money while learning research techniques.
University Honors Program – 186 South College Avenue ~ 831-1195
Serves students of high ability and demonstrated academic achievement with challenging classroom experiences and enriched co-curricular activities.
“The best part of attending UD was getting involved in a lot of groups and meeting different people who really shaped my experience here.” Molly Coyne, 2012 early childhood education major