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All Delaware high school students are invited to Discover the Associate in Arts Program on Wednesday, Nov. 1, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Community Education Building (CEB) in downtown Wilmington! If you dream of earning a UD degree, join us for this firsthand look at the UD Associate in Arts Program (AAP) and all that we have to offer.
At this event, you can speak with admissions counselors, AAP faculty and current students to learn more about student life in Wilmington. You’ll be able to participate in a college-level teaching demonstration to get a feel for the AAP classroom experience, and AAP academic counselors will host an application lab to walk you through the process of preparing your college essay and submitting your application. The event will also include representatives from Student Life, Student Financial Services, study abroad, Community Engagement Scholars, academic support and many more.
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At Discover the Associate in Arts Program, you’ll learn how you may qualify for the recently expanded SEED Scholarship, which covers your first two years in the AAP and may cover a third year when you transfer to UD’s main campus to complete your bachelor’s degree.
If you aren’t able to attend Discover the Associate in Arts Program in Wilmington, click here for more ways to learn about UD.