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  • Dean's List: Spring 2017
    ​​Associate in Arts Program students named to the University's Dean's List for the Spring 2017 semester.​​​​​​
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  • DECISION NIGHTS 2017
    Decision Nights are open-house events held each April for prospective Associate in Arts Program students and their families. Join us to learn more about our program and all that it has to offer!
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  • Convocation and Commencement 2017
    Northern and southern Delaware ceremonies scheduled to celebrate graduating AAP students.
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  • Sweet Opportunities
    Students from the Associate in Arts Program will operate the new UDairy Creamery Market, the Creamery's first off-campus location, which is opening in downtown Wilmington this spring.
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    26
    New Student Orientation — Dover
    Jun. 26th, 9:00 AM to Jun. 27th, 4:00 PM
    DTCC Education Technology Building, 700 Campus Drive, Dover, DE
    Individual advisement and registration for incoming Dover freshmen. Go to My Blue Hen Home to register. For more information, call (302) 857-1214. 
  • Jun
    28
    New Student Orientation — Georgetown
    Jun. 28th, 9:00 AM to Jun. 30th, 4:00 PM
    Carter Building, Room 529, DTCC Owens Campus, 21179 College Drive, Georgetown, DE
    Individual advisement and registration for incoming Georgetown freshmen. Go to My Blue Hen Home to register. For more information, call (302) 855-1657. 
  • Aug
    23
    Campus Welcome: Dover
    Aug. 23rd, 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM
    DTCC Education Technology Building, 700 Campus Drive, Dover, DE
    Welcome event for incoming Dover freshmen. Includes introductions of faculty and staff; campus tours; important information about advisement, student activities, use of DTCC campus facilities, parking, and public safety; and free ice cream from UDairy Creamery's Moo Mobile. 
  • Aug
    24
    Campus Welcome: Georgetown
    Aug. 24th, 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM
    Carter Building, Room 529, 21179 College Drive, Georgetown, DE
    Welcome event for incoming Georgetown freshmen. Includes introductions of faculty and staff; campus tours; important information about advisement, student activities, use of DTCC campus facilities, parking, and public safety; and free ice cream from UDairy Creamery's Moo Mobile.  
  • Aug
    25
    Campus Welcome: Wilmington
    Aug. 25th, 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM
    South East Wing Rooms A, B & C, UD Academic Center, 300 N. Orange St., Wilmington, DE
    Welcome event for incoming Wilmington freshmen. Includes introductions of faculty and staff; campus tours; important information about advisement, student activities, use of campus facilities, parking, and public safety; and free ice cream from UDairy Creamery's Moo Mobile. 
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  • Casey Osmundson
    Social Sciences Instructor

    Casey Osmundson is a proud 2007 graduate of University of Delaware's Elementary Education program. She started her career teaching fifth-grade students in the Smyrna school district, and is now thrilled to be teaching as a Social Sciences adjunct on the DTCC Owens campus where she first started her journey as an ETE student in the AAP. Casey continues to use much of what she learned from UD in her daily teaching practices, working to engage her students in the classroom and help them connect with their community through charitable service. While at UD, Casey served as a tutor for the Social Sciences department. Now that she is an instructor, she continues to mentor many of her students, helping them overcome both personal and academic challenges so that they can work to their full potential and find success in their schooling and future careers.

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  • Thomas Cody Prang
    Anthropologist

       Thomas Cody Prang, a graduate of the Wilmington campus of the Associate in Arts Program, is now pursuing his Ph.D. at New York University. An anthropology major while at UD, Prang is now affiliated with NYU's Center for the Study of Human Origins and the New York Consortium for Evolutionary Primatology.  ​

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  • Jon Garcia
    Electrician; UD Engineering Major

    ​Jonathan Garcia, a 2013 alumnus of the AAP, earned his associate's degree in 2013. He is currently majoring in electrical engineering at the main campus in Newark and is also working as an electrician; he expects to earn his Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree in fall 2017. A talented musician, Jon credits the AAP for both fostering his love of music and helping him discover his passion for engineering. "The AAP was a great experience for me — being at home while also close to college, meeting many people, and making friends," Jon said. "It helped me figure out what I really wanted to be. Although the AAP itself doesn't have an engineering program, it made me realize what I was capable of doing, besides having talent in music. The AAP helped develop the other hidden potential in me: electrical engineering. 

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  • Samantha Constantine
    Graduate student, World History; Instructor

    Samantha Constantine, a 2013 alumna of the AAP, earned her associate’s degree in 2013 and went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts in History Education from UD in 2015. She is currently a UD graduate student in World History and a writing tutor on the Georgetown campus. Sam plans to teach history and hopes to inspire students the way her teachers and professors have inspired her. "The AAP pointed me in the direction of my history major, which I would not have discovered otherwise," Samantha said. "It introduced me to people who continue to inspire me every day."

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  • Tianna Hutchins
    Case Assistant, U.S. Dept. of State; Graduate student, History

    Tianna Hutchins, a former student of the Georgetown campus, graduated from the AAP in 2013. Since then she has earned a B.A. in history from Lee University and is currently in the history M.A. program at American University. Hutchins' area of interest is primarily in U.S.-Soviet relations and the perceptions and stereotypes each society held of the other. In addition to taking graduate classes, she is also working in the U.S. Department of State as a case assistant in the Office of Children's Issues dealing with international parental child-abduction cases.
       "I feel that the Associate in Arts Program helped me transition from high school into the rigor of collegial studies because of its closeness to home," Hutchins said. "But, more importantly, I value my time spent in the program because of the wonderful, brilliant faculty and the nurturing environment they provide that enables students to grow."

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