DSU Opens Early College Middle School

(L-r) University President Tony Allen, ECS Board President Dr. Marsha Horton, ECS Head of School Dr. Evelyn Edney, Associate Principal Dr. Dara Savage, Principal Nyia McCants and Dover Mayor Robin Christensen cut the ribbon to launch the Early College Middle School. Photo courtesy of Delaware State University

Delaware State University has opened its Early College Middle School. The school adjacent to the main DSU campus in Dover was several years in the planning stages. The Early College High School opened in 2013. Together, they will now be known as “Early College School.” “We want to start the college-going culture one step earlier,”…

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“We Are SU” Campaign Raises $75.1-Million

Photo courtesy of Salisbury University

Salisbury University’s largest-ever campaign has exceeded its goal of $75-million. The “We Are S.U.” campaign lasted three years, and in all has raised more than $75.1-million. “This is an exciting day for Salisbury University,” SU President Charles Wight said. “This campaign has been an incredible effort from each and every person associated with SU who…

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DSU Reports Record Enrollment In Fall ’21

Delaware State University reports record enrollment during the Fall 2021 semester. The total student body of 5,649 surpassed the previous record that was set in 2019 by more than 500 students.According to DSU, records have also been achieved in the categories of undergraduate students, graduate students, freshmen, international students and online students. The growth accompanied…

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Wesley College To Be Acquired By DSU

Delaware State University and Wesley College announced an agreement Thursday under which DSU would acquire Wesley in 2021. According to DSU, it is the first time a Historically Black College and University has acquired a non-HBCU institution. Wesley College had been facing mounting financial challenges, and had been examining several options. Operating budgets and other…

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DART Offers Free Carpool Program

Delaware Area Regional Transit (DART) will offer a free carpool program known as “Rideshare Delaware.” The program will be offered to anyone working living or attending higher education in the state. The program has a database of more than ten-thousand members. To sign up for Rideshare Delaware, you can download it’s app, which is available…

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