Prospective students may apply to the School of Graduate Studies and Research at any time during the year. To assure prompt action, however, the application must be received at least one month before the student plans to matriculate.
Early application is encouraged, particularly if one wishes to be considered for an assistantship.
- April 1 for Fall (August) enrollment
- November 1 for Spring (January) enrollment
Applications will be accepted at any time. However, specific graduate programs may have specific admittance deadlines. Complete applications are reviewed and evaluated by the respective Department, which recommends action to the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research. The Dean of Graduate Studies and Research provides official notification to the applicant regarding admission.
IN-STATE RESIDENCY ESTABLISHMENT
Please contact the Registrar’s Office at 302-857-6375 for more information.
- Office of Public Safety
- Once accepted, visit www.thepermitstore.com  to order your parking decal.
Contact the Department of Housing and Residential Education  at 302.857.6326
- University Village
- Courtyard Apartment
OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS  (302.857.6351)
OFFICE OF FINANCIAL AID  (302.857.6250)
- FAFSA 
- The priority deadline for submitting your FAFSA is March 1!
- DSU’s School Code is 001428
OFFICE OF STUDENT ACCOUNTS
- Tuition and Fees 
Call the Office of Student Accounts at 302.857.6240.
Mrs. Candace Alphonso Moore, Director
Office of International Student Services
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 
A NEW STUDENT CENTER COMPLEX
DSU has completed a three-phase building project that has dramatically enhanced student activities, provided the campus community with new fitness and weight-training facilities and a top-notch student union.
Phase I: State-of-the-Art Strength and Conditioning Facility
In 2007, DSU completed the construction of the first phase–a NCAA Division I-A level Strength and Conditioning Facility for the University’s intercollegiate student athletes. While the Strength and Conditioning Facility is specially designed for our dedicated student athletes, the 54,000-square-foot Wellness and Recreation Center is designed for the rest of the DSU and local Dover communities with our state-of-the-art equipment and programming.
Phase II: Wellness and Recreation Center
DSU opened the newly-constructed Wellness and Recreation Center in July 2009 and is now offering community memberships. The completion of the Wellness and Recreation Center was the end of a two-phase, $21.4 million construction project. The center includes basketball courts, an elevated running track, many fitness areas, and a swimming pool.
Phase III: Student Union
The student union replaced the 40-year-old Martin Luther King, Jr. Center. It includes the Hub (campus convenience store), post office, an expanded bookstore, fast-food dining facilities, and a seating area for 200 individuals. There is also a game room on the second level as well as a club area that will accommodate evening entertainment events. The student union also houses a spacious commuter lounge.
205 Price Building
Email: email@example.com 
Hours of operation:
8:30 am—4:30 pm