Resources for Graduate Students
The University offers many resources to help you not only develop as a scholar, but also pursue your career after graduation.
The College of Education holds orientation activities for new grad students.
Your Electronic Connection to UD (including email)
Education Resource Center (ERC) – The ERC offers a robust collection of preK – grade 12 curriculum materials, as well as supportive materials on the craft of teaching and professional development materials for teachers.
Library research guide: Education– This website provides access to resources for education research and information, including statistics, articles, tests and measurements.
Library research guide: HDFS – Information is available regarding children and family statistics, professional associations and child welfare databases.
Office of Graduate and Professional Education – Information on coursework, research, funding, campus life and health coverage for UD Graduate students.
Writing Center: The UD Writing Center is available to help you develop and organize your writing and provide assistance with grammar, punctuation and documentation. You can also download these helpful handouts : Techniques to Encourage Revision | Sequencing Writing Assignments | Preventing Plagiarism
Scholarships and financial aid are available to qualifying students. Please visit these pages for more information:
Professional Development Award for Graduate Students – Conference travel is essential to the academic growth and development of graduate students. A maximum of $500 may be awarded. Awards are limited to one per academic year and to a maximum of two awards during the course of graduate study.
UD’s Career Services Center– UD’s website offering students and alumni a wide variety of information to help with all stages of career development. Ms. Cindy Holland is the career services professional for our college. She can be reached at 302-831-8570.
Job/Graduate Fairs – Throughout the year, UD and CEHD host career and graduate fairs, to help students proceed on their chosen career path. In the spring, we sponsor Project Search, a large event for students and alumni to meet with potential employers and learn interview tips and techniques
- UD Catalog: Academic Regulations for Graduate Students
- CEHD Grad Student Leave of Absence Form
- Education Graduate Association
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Forms for UD Graduate Students
- Human Subjects in Research (important for Ed.D. and Ph.D. students!)
- Information for Education Doctoral Students Preparing their Dissertation or EPP
- SOE Doctoral Defense Procedures
- HDFS Handbook, Forms and Deadlines