Do you have questions about coursework or registering for classes? Are you interested in studying abroad? As a valued student in the elementary teacher education (ETE) program, we want you to succeed and take advantage of the many opportunities that University of Delaware provides.
Develop a relationship with your academic advisor, who can help you plan your class schedule, guide you to campus resources, and inform you about special academic or extracurricular opportunities. Familiarize yourself with the roles and responsibilities that you and your advisor can play.
Are you looking for sample schedules, checkpoints and clearances, or next steps for certification? ETE students receive an advising manual tailored to their program. Download the manual based on the year you entered UD:
Contact an Advisor
|Vickie Lucas||ETE freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors on the Newark email@example.com||302-831-8933||116 Alison Hall West|
|Imani Powell||ETE freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors on the Newark firstname.lastname@example.org||302-831-1632||116 Alison Hall West|
|Scott Lykens||ETE Associate in Arts students (Georgetown campus)||email@example.com||302-500-7049||Suite 172, Office 40, Jason Technology Building (Georgetown, DE)|
|Teresa Rush||ETE Associate in Arts students (Wilmington campus)||firstname.lastname@example.org||Room 808
Community Education Building
1200 North French Street
UD offers many other campus resources for students to support their academic, professional, and personal development, including a central advising website and several on-campus centers.
- UD Advising
- Academic Enrichment Center
- Career Services Center
- Center for Counseling and Student Development
- College of Education and Human Development Office of Student Services
- Education Resource Center (ERC)
- Institute for Global Studies
- Office of Clinical Studies
- Office of Disability Support Services
- Student Wellness & Health Promotion
- Teacher Education at UD
- Writing Center