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All incoming first-year Associate in Arts Program students should plan to attend their Campus Welcome, which includes important information about advisement, student activities, campus facilities and amenities, parking, public safety and more. Students then meet with their advisors for a brief tour of their AAP campus and enjoy free ice cream from the UDairy Creamery Moomobile. See below for Campus Welcome dates and locations for each campus. Students will receive further information regarding event registration and start times.
Dover: Tuesday, Aug. 23Room 727, Educational Technology Building700 Campus Drive, Dover
Georgetown: Wednesday, Aug. 24Carter Partnership Center, Room 52921179 College Drive, Georgetown
Wilmington: Thursday, Aug. 25Community Education Building1200 N. French St., Wilmington
As with the individual advisement sessions during New Student Orientation, Campus Welcome events are for students only; parents with questions are welcome to contact the campus's academic advisor or administrative office. To get the most out of the experience and to receive important reminders before the start of the fall semester, students should set up their UD email accounts well before this event. Directions for email account setup are in the New Student Orientation folder and at My Blue Hen Home.
We look forward to giving our incoming freshmen the best possible introduction to the UD AAP as they begin their academic careers with us!
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