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Welcome to Undergraduate Programs! Our Department main office is 118 Wolf Hall (shown above). We are looking forward to working with you.
All Biology majors have an academic advisor. Meet with your advisor at least once a semester to plan your schedule and discuss your interests and progress.
New to UD? Your advisor is in the College’s CAS Student Success Center.
A returning student? Your advisor’s name, contact information, and availability are listed in Blue Hen Success.
Once you have earned more than 60 credits, or completed your 1st semester as a transfer student, your advisor is a faculty member of our Department.
Wondering about your degree requirements?
Have a question about grades, senior checkout, or other academic issues? You can also learn about this on our frequently asked questions page.
Additional UD advising and academic resources are available outside of the Biology Department.
Are you interested in a minor in another department?
Are you thinking about ways to get involved outside of class?
Participate in research.
Use your knowledge and work with fellow students by teaching in class or lab.
Learn outside of class and take on responsibilities in student clubs (Registered Student Organizations or RSOs).
Join the Beta Beta Beta Biology Honors Society.