Support the School of Education
We hope that your time at the University of Delaware was a positive experience where you grew personally and professionally and developed long-lasting relationships with friends and faculty members. You can help provide this type of experience for future generations of Blue Hens by giving to the School of Education.
Gifts from individuals, companies and foundations are critical to the success and strong reputation of the School. They enable us to provide scholarships for students, give students and faculty access to the latest materials and equipment available in schools, and fund faculty projects that can inform their instruction and the field of education. We can be the best School of Education that we can be with your help!
You can give a gift online using the UD Giving Form. On the form, indicate that you would like to give to the School of Education in the “Special Instructions” box. We truly appreciate any amount that you can give.
For more information about giving to the School of Education, please contact:
(302) 831-7459, firstname.lastname@example.org
Reflections From Students
“I love the program and feel it prepared me to become the best teacher possible. The way the program is designed is very strong. The progression from early field placements to student teaching happens gradually, so I never felt that I was thrown into a classroom and didn’t know what to do. The professors are another strength of the program. I learned so much about teaching and was able to apply all that I learned directly into the classroom. The professors were enthusiastic about what they were teaching and really cared about us. The program felt like a small community to me, which made the university feel much smaller than it actually is.” – Janine N., Elementary Teacher Education, Class of 2012
“Together, we shared not only the struggles, but the incredibly rewarding experiences of teaching in a high-needs environment. I expect the bonds we formed will last well into the future.” – Jeff Gunther, Master of Arts in Teaching, Class of 2011