About Delaware State University
Delaware State University is the nation’s most diverse, contemporary Historically Black College/University (HBCU). The University is an 1890 Land-Grant serving more than 5,000 students with a $140 MM budget, a $27 MM research portfolio, and a $40 MM endowment. It has a Carnegie classification as a comprehensive doctoral-granting institution.
The University offers baccalaureate (44), master’s (18), and doctoral (5) degree programs and holds international partnerships in 23 countries around the world. The University is routinely ranked among the most well-regarded HBCUs and is a core talent pipeline for aspiring professionals across various disciplines.
The University offers 18 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I sports. A combination of women’s and men’s sports, the University’s student-athletes mainly compete in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC). The University also competes with non-conference schools from across the nation. Core to Athletics at the University is outstanding academic performance, a culture of winning the right way, a commitment to the community we call home, and an unquenchable HBCU spirit.