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Welcome to the CHS Undergraduate Student Services resource page.

The faculty and staff in the college are committed to student success and provide assistance to students as they pursue their academic endeavors. Students are assigned faculty and/or professional advisors who have expertise and knowledge in their fields of study. In the Dean’s Office, the Assistant Dean and Academic Program Manager provide additional problem solving and assistance to students as they progress through their academic plan, as well as providing support to faculty and departmental staff in their roles as advisors.
Some examples of how we support students:
  • Answering questions and discussing options if you are having academic or personal difficulties
  • Approving credit overloads and online courses
  • Approving transfer credit evaluations
  • Clarifying academic policies/regulations
  • Coordinating the senior checkout process and certifying degree clearance
  • Interpreting transfer credit reports and degree audits
  • Providing excused absence notifications to faculty
  • Providing information about changing/adding majors or minors
  • Troubleshooting scheduling conflicts and late registration
  • Working closely with academic departments and the Registrar’s office on degree audits

Office Info

P: 302-831-8073
F: 302-831-3490

205 McDowell Hall, Newark, DE 19716

Office Hours
M-F 8:00am-4:30pm, Closed 12:00-1:00pm

Walk-in Hours

M 1:00-4:00pm, F 8:30-11:30am

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Dean's Office McDowell Hall
P: (302) 831-2381

STAR Health Sciences Complex
540 S College Ave, Newark DE 19713


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