University of Delaware Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (16)
Online program is not catered to working adults. You will be expected to turn in the same amount of work as if you were a student during the 16 week semester in half the time. Be careful because with your time on these programs since they are not giving to respect to your work or personal time. These online programs are more for adults who do not work!
It is a beautiful campus, with very knowledgeable professors and staff. They offer a breadth of courses to study and some very interesting classes that you may never find elsewhere.
University of Delaware is a beautiful campus. The courses are challenging, yet rewarding. It was a great experience with wonderful professors and a lot of support.
The University of Delaware is a great medium-large sized school that boasts many desirable aspects of college. In addition to a fantastic education, the campus offers plenty of activities including sports, clubs, and Greek life if desired. Campus has a large downtown and is also convenient to travel to cities like Philadelphia and Baltimore.
The chemistry program at the University of Delaware was intense and extremely rewarding. The professorial staff include some of the best people and educators I've ever known, and the program opens up fantastic opportunities for research and other curricular activities, as well as extracurricular activities.
I think it was a wonderful school that had a great campus and student life to make people feel welcome and supported during their time there. It also wasn't just about academics, everyone on campus worked hard to make sure students were succeeding academically, but also growing as people into wonderful adults, with amazing experiences.
The surrounding town of Newark, DE was a welcoming and very navigable for students. There are plenty of restaurants and things to do on the weekends. Most students stay on campus throughout the year. The student programming offered is extremely varied and well-organized. The school spirit is strong and contagious as well. Alumni are always returning for Homecoming Weekend and other large-scale events. The coursework is competitive and challenging, so make sure that you maintain your good study habits and visit the library often. Overall, it was a fantastic college experience.
I had a great time at my college and received an incredibly useful education.
Delaware was a large enough school that I could walk to class and see people I never saw before, yet small enough I would often pass my friends going to and from class. I participated in undergraduate research that really helped me plan my future.
University of Delaware is a wonderful school. I have never doubted my decision to attend this college. The business school at UD provided me with the ability to secure a job months before my graduation date. I am currently a working professional and every day I find myself applying the skills I was taught at Delaware to my professional career. I truly feel that Delaware does an exceptional job of preparing it's business students to enter the professional workforce. The one disappointment I experienced with UD was the financial aid department. I have 5 kids in my family, all of which are attending college. My father was out of work for a significant period of time while my brother suffered a mental illness which took a massive financial toll on my family. Although I consistently maintained a GPA worthy of Dean's list every semester, UD offered extremely minimal help to my financial situation. UD does not provide out-of-state students with the financial aid they deserve. Two of my siblings attend out of state schools that provide financial assistance that is significantly better than that of the University of Delaware's financial aid department. Delaware should seriously reconsider their approach to providing grants/low interest loans to out of state students whose grades are better, on average, than it's in-state students.