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is UD a state school?
sort of. It's PRIVATELY CONTROLLED, STATE ASSISTED.
How many applications did UD receive... and how many did they accept
out of 23000 applications, UD accepted 10000.
How many majors does UD offer?
120 majors, 68 minors
How many faculty hold PhD's?
87%
What's class size like?
only 5% of classes have over 100 students. the average class size for a freshman in approx 35. Some classes are limited on purpose
what's the student to faculty ratio?
14:1
how big is the student body?
16,000 undergrads and over 3,100 graduate
how many freshmen enter UD undeclared?
30%
how diverse is the campus?
diversity is more than just racial differences etc. But.. 15%
how many people go greek?
12% of undergrads
how many student organizations?
200+
is UD a suitcase school?
nope. over 75% of UD undergrads stay here on the weekends.
what's retention like?
90% of entering freshmen return for sophomore year
how many people live on campus?
50%
how safe is the campus?
reference: 200 blue light locations. direct to public safety. UD police, NEwark police. Emergency plans, escort service etc.
How many books are in the Library?
2.3 mill. and over 14,000 periodical subscriptions.
SMITH
Computer & Information Sciences, Foreign Languages, Poly Sci/international relations, sociology and CJ. TECH CENTER, smitty's.
KIRKBRIDE
general-use classrooms. named for Prof. Raymond Kirkbride, who initiated the first study abroad program in 1923
PURNELL
buisiness/economics/accounting
EWING
mathematics, women's studies, and black american studies.
ALFRED LERNER HALL
business
TRABANT CENTER
food court, campus shop, travel agency, info desk, WSFS, daugerty lounge, multipurpose rooms, movie theater, offices for student organizations, and retaurant run by students majoring in HRI
RAUB HALL
oldest building on campus. home of HRI management.
MCDOWELL HALL
nursing simulated hospital rooms etc.
WILLARD HALL ED BUILDING
school of education
COURTYARD MARRIOT
learning lab for HRIM students
CARPENTER SPORTS BULIDING
open to all UD students. diving pool, 25 meter pool, gyms, racquetball, fitness center rockclimbing. also three other fitness centers on campus. HOME TO INTERMURAL SPORTS
OLD COLLEGE
art
SHARP LAB
physics/astronomy
DUPONT HALL
engineering department
SPENCER AND COLBURN LABS
behind dupont. home to mechanical and chem engineering
HULLIHEN HALL
office of pres. undergraduate admissions
BROWN LAB
chem and biochem
LAMMOT DUPONT LAB
graduate level programs
MITCHELL HALL
theater
GORE
.5 million worth of audio visual equipment
MEMORIAL
wwi. divides the campus. writing center
MENTORS CIRCLE
dedicated to the recipients of UD's excellence in teaching award. teacher/student relationships
MORRIS LIBRARY
four branches ag, chem, physics, marine studies.
PERKINS
UD PRES. hen zone. gallery. studnet media offices. scrounge. bookstore