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The UD Downtown Center, located at 13 E. 8th Street in the heart of downtown Wilmington, has been a vital part of the Wilmington community since opening its doors in 1998.
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AAP students in class at the UDDC with Dr. Neri de Kramer
The UDDC was once a hub of operations for UD's Professional and Continuing Studies Program, offering evening professional-development courses and customized employee training. As the AAP expanded, however — and continues to expand, with enrollment numbers at an all-time high — the UDDC was dedicated solely to the Associate in Arts Program and now houses approximately half of all Wilmington AAP courses.
The UDDC's central location allows for meaningful interaction with community organizations and businesses in downtown Wilmington. AAP faculty and students, particularly those enrolled in Wilmington's Leadership 100 courses, have forged ongoing, mutually beneficial partnerships with The Creative Vision Factory, YWCA Delaware's Home-Life Management Center, Public Allies Delaware, and many others.
UDDC Site Coordinator Lisa McInnis
University of Delaware Downtown Center13 East 8th StreetWilmington, DE 19801(302) 571-5239Fax: (302) 571-5666
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