Top 10 Reasons To Come Here!
What makes our college so special?
UD’s College of Education and Human Development has a long and respected history.
We have educated thousands of men and women, helping them become leaders in the fields of education, human services and family studies.
Our College works directly with people, making a difference in the lives of children, families, and the people around the world. All our students gain hands-on experience beginning freshman year – observing, tutoring and mentoring. Through student teaching, internships and research projects, our students make a positive impact on the community.
Our Graduate Education program is consistently ranked in the top 40 in the country. In 2017, U.S. News & World Report ranked us 32nd out of a pool of 376 graduate programs in the nation.
Research opportunities are open to both undergraduates and graduates. You can develop valuable relationships with faculty members, while gaining a deeper understanding of your chosen field.
A wide range of student organizations are available, giving you academic support, leadership opportunities, professional development and lifelong friendships.
UD is a “Best Value“ as rated by Kiplinger and Princeton Review.
Study abroad programs immerse you in cultures around the world, where you learn about the unique structures of families, educational institutions and government agencies.
Or go to graduate school! Alumni love to share how UD’s coursework and internships prepared them to succeed at top graduate schools around the country.
We even support you after graduation – Blue Hens are proud of their UD education and are eager to mentor the next generation of graduates. In addition, our College offers graduate programs, professional development and even an Education Resource Center where alumni at all levels of their careers can polish their skills.
Our students LOVE it here! When asked to rate their overall education experience at UD, students from our college were extremely satisfied – 73% rated it excellent & 26% good, earning a 99% satisfaction rate (UD survey Class of 2013).