University of Delaware Reviews
Rating 3.65 out of 5 3,413 reviews
Online learning is being done to the best of everyone's ability. Most professors are working very hard to make the learning experience exceptional in the COVID-19 circumstances.
Beautiful campus and welcoming environment. Professors in the college of Arts and Sciences are incredible and very attentive to students. The University of Delaware truly wants their students to succeed and make sure plenty of resources are available to ensure this happens.
With the pandemic aside, UD is an amazing school with some pretty great people. The math department is horrible, but the campus is gorgeous and there are so many resources available.
I went from a 3.5 to a 2.8 in two semesters, professors are making the classes unneccessarily difficult and Proctor U adds even more stress to that. Some professors don't teach at all, despite the fact that you signed up for a synchronous class on UDSIS, and some professors do a mix of Zoom class and online class which gets super confusing and overwhelming.
I was always raised around the campus of the University of Delaware and was very excited to apply and hopefully attend the school For the student I am and work I put in, I was a bit disappointed in the scholarship they offered and the communication level they gave. Many schools offered more information about their school. For my acceptance, I received just a mere envelope with a letter. No stickers or other gifts to me enthusiastic about my new beginning.
I am a sophomore at UD and living at home. This limits my experience because I have classes that are at another campus and not at the main campus. I have not been able to experience college life as many do due to the pandemic. This pandemic has limited even more experiences for me. So far, I believe the school has a beautiful campus and has several resources for students who are trying to find a place here.
Before the pandemic, I spent one whole semester at the University of Delaware. In the fall of 2019 and only 3-4 weeks of my spring 2020 semester. The only class I did not enjoy was math. I struggled with math in person so for it to be online, I found it even more challenging. I believe that I was not engaged or interested in the materials which is why I lacked in this class. I don't learn by just copying off the screen. I enjoy other lecture classes because these teachers try to engage you by putting you in break-out rooms and it gives us a way to share or express how we feel. By doing this, I have been able to learn the material and apply it to real-life situations. I have not had the opportunity to live on campus, although I plan to; the prices are very expensive even though almost every class is online.
Very easy classes and professors do not teach. Very easy to cheat and professors do not care. Online has been a large waste of time and money. I would advise going to a better school.
During my small time at UD I’ve had great professors and so much interactions via zoom to learn more about the school culture.
I really liked the campus, and all the opportunities there are to engage with fellow peers. Currently, with the pandemic, the University of Delaware has made tremendous efforts to stop the spread of covid on campus, which is something I respect about the university. I think UD takes great pride and cares for their students.
Online learning was very organized with UD. They have an excellent system for their education and promote the use of the canvas app for assignments. It is very easy to navigate through the canvas app and through zoom as well.
I did not take any classes online. I had some friends take online classes at UD and they said they were fine - a little inconvenient to have to take tests at a testing center though.
Beautiful campus, good geographical area (close proximity to Philadelphia, NYC, DC). There are definitely a lot ways to get involved on campus, which is important since it is somewhat of a larger school.
It was a tough adjustment for everyone during the pandemic, but classes are now smoother than they were in person.
Beautiful campus, great professors. Awesome opportunities for everyone, plenty of clubs and activities.
Very good, professors were very kind and helpful. They were understanding of technology problems and were there to offer their assistance.
I was one of the many students who had their first semester of college completely online. Even though I was learning remotely from home, I still felt very welcome and connected to my university. They did all they could to still keep us connected and active. I assumed that by staying at home I wouldn't really meet anyone but I was wrong. The university really made sure we still felt like a part of the community even if we weren't on campus. This year was hard, but I think that it would have been significantly harder had I not chosen to go to the University of Delaware.