See UD's plans to return to teaching, learning, research and experiential learning on campus this fall with measures in place to promote safety and lessen the risk of COVID-19 spread.

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Your Student's Well-Being is Our No. 1 Priority

We take care of your student, so they can focus on what matters.

Our close-knit, safe, residential campus is a place where students truly learn the meaning of community.

It’s in the way our students participate in our award-winning EMS program. It’s in the way still other students serve as cadets with our Public Safety staff, providing an on-the-ground way to help keep our campus safe. It’s in the way students can stop by our full-service Health Center, located in the heart of the student neighborhood, or visit our Counseling Center or Campus Ministry offices if they need someone to talk to.

And it’s in the way we promote a healthy mind, body and spirit through all of these programs, from group fitness classes to wellness awareness days, so they can focus on being the best they can be.

My focus is all about intentional engagement. We want to be a resource to students for anything that’s on their mind remotely related to their safety and well-being on this campus.

Rodney Chatman

Executive Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police


Services we offer at the Health Center, including physicals, X-rays, allergy injections and more.


Number of hours a day our police staff and EMS provide emergency services.


Years the Counseling Center has been serving students on campus.

We're excited to have a new member of our community!

Questions? You can always contact our admission and financial aid counselors at 800-UD PRIDE (800-837-7433).

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