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College Advance students: in the classroom and at an archaeological site, Wildcat Manor.

  College Advance (formerly Project Advance) Learning Community

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What is the College Advance Learning Community?

College Advance (formerly Project Advance) in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS) is coordinated by the dean and faculty members in CAHSS.
It links first-year students in three areas: English Composition I* and US History since 1865* (Fall semester) and English Composition II* and Critical Thinking/Philosophy (Spring semester). Students are expected to continue as a cohort by registering for African American Literature I* in the fall sophomore year and Global Societies* in their fall junior year.
*course meets General Education Breadth requirements
 

The Program’s Learning Goals/Outcomes

See below links

 

The Program’s Benefits

  • Being part of a cohort of students with your shared academic interests
  • Learning in special inter-disciplinary classes sharing a common theme, assignments, and extracurricular activities
  • Working with Supplemental Instructors to ensure your academic success in the program
  • Developing a strong academic infrastructure to facilitate success in your college career
 

Application Information: 

Please note: As an enrollee in the program, you are required to attend New Student Orientation sessions I, II, III, or IV to secure your early registration for your fall semester courses. NSO 2014 Information is forthcoming!
To apply for the College Advance Learning Community, we request that you do so online by clicking on the following link: 
 
Should you opt to mail or fax a paper application, the address and fax number is listed below:
 
Delaware State University
College Advance/College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
1200 N. DuPont Hwy
Dover, DE 19901
 

 

ADMINISTRATORS


Marshall Stevenson, Ph.D. 
Dean
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
 
Mr. Raymond Lee, M.Ed
Academic Advisor
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
EH 268
Phone: 302-857-7629
Fax: 302-857-7623
 

FACULTY


Niklas Robinson, Ph.D.
Program Coordinator
Associate Professor of History
Department of History, Political Science & Philosophy 
 
A. Myrna Nurse, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English
Department of English and Foreign Languages
 
Susan West, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Department of History, Political Science & Philosophy
 
Raymond Asare Tutu, Ph.D.
Visiting Assistant Professor
Global Societies Program
Department of History, Political Science & Philosophy
 
Edward Dawley, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
English Instructor
Department of English and Foreign Languages