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About the School:

Delaware State University is a public, historically black research institution that was founded in 1891. Its main campus is located in Dover, Delaware, and has two other satellite campuses in Wilmington and Georgetown. It has a total enrollment of over 5,600 students, and the campus size is 356 acres. Admission to Delaware State is considered fairly completive due to the acceptance rate of 53%. Students who get admitted to DSU, on average, have an SAT score between 820 to 1020 or an ACT score of 16 to 22. DSU currently offers 46 undergraduates, 21 masters’, and six doctoral programs. The most popular degrees are kinesiology, criminal justice, mass communications, management, psychology, social work, integrated studies, sport management, biological sciences, and agriculture. Tuition rates for in-state students at DSU are approx. $8,200 and out-of-state rates are approx. $17,200.

Online Presence:

Delaware State provides its academic courses in traditional, blended, and fully online modes. Its fully online classes don’t require any physical meetings. Through the Blackboard learning management system, the professor will provide the syllabus, a list of textbooks, and other course assignments. You can also participate in online discussions with both the professor and classmates. To learn more, visit DSU Online.

Laptop Program:

DSU provides iPads to all first-year students. Students can also receive other Apple devices such as Macbook Pros, Apple Pencil, Smart Keyboard, and access to Applecare+. Students majoring in physics & engineering, Mass Communication, Computer Science, Art, or Music will receive a Macbook instead of an iPad. This program is eligible for a full-time, first-time, or non-transfer DSU Freshman. The candidate must have completed registration and have received DSU issued identification card. Additionally, you must be enrolled in classes. To learn more, visit Digital Student Universe.

Accreditation:

Delaware State University has accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE).

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