Willard Hall in springtime The University of Delaware’s main campus is located in Newark, Delaware  just off I-95. The University is centrally located in the mid-Atlantic region midway between Philadelphia and Baltimore.

Most of the faculty are located at and many of the courses meet in the Willard Hall Education Building. The main offices for the School of Education are located in room 113 Willard Hall Education Building. Situated across from the Trabant University Center, the building is located at:

16 West Main Street, Newark, DE 19716

Directions and Parking

Directions and maps that show the Willard Hall Education Building are available online. Parking is available directly across the street from the building in the Trabant University Center garage. Metered spaces are occasionally available on Main Street.

Willard Hall Trivia

The Willard Hall Education Building is named in honor of the eminent Delaware attorney and jurist of the 19th century, Willard E. Hall, who made great contributions to the development of the public educational system in Delaware. He was a charter member of the Board of Trustees of Delaware College.

College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) Offices

Alison Hall West houses the College of Education and Human Development Office of the Dean, CEHD Undergraduate and Graduate Student Services Unit, and the Department of Human Development & Family Studies.

Georgetown Campus

Courses are offered in Georgetown, Delaware, in the Associate in Arts in Elementary Teacher Education program. Please see the UD Campus Locations for directions.

Faculty and Staff Directory

Click here for the faculty and staff directory.

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