Delaware State University
About Delaware State University
Founded in 1891, Delaware State University (DSU) is an accredited, HBCU school that welcomes all students. DSU currently offers 53 undergraduate degree options, an impressive number for a school of DSU's size. It also offers 25 master's degree programs and five doctoral degree programs in areas such as interdisciplinary applied mathematics/mathematical physics and educational leadership .
Counseling Services at DSU
The staff at DSU's Counseling Center consists of PhD and master’s level professionals in the fields of Counseling, Human Services, and Social Work. Additionally they have graduate student interns and graduate/undergraduate peer counselors assigned. All of their staff members are under the supervision of a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Services include:
Their service approach is ecological: They recognize that students come from diverse backgrounds and that their health and educational needs transcend individual factors and are impacted by surrounding cultural, institutional, socioeconomic, and political influences. They are committed to reaching students, including those from traditionally-under served groups, and providing programming to help the DSU community realize its full potential to be psychologically healthy and socially just.
Confidentiality: Counseling sessions take place in private, and the relationship between counselors and students are held in strictest confidence .
Title IX at DSU
Delaware State University is committed to protecting the rights of its faculty, staff and students to ensure that policies and procedures are implemented in complete fairness and within the full scope of the law.
For more information about Title IX at DSU, click here .
For more information about Counseling Services at DSU, contact Dr. Meek, Associate Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Delaware State University joined Delaware MEN in 2015.