CANR Support Services

Office of Undergraduate Student Services 104 Townsend Hall (302) 831-2508 or e-mail AGcelerate Enrichment Program The AGcelerate Enrichment Program offers tailored support necessary for success, including academic development and support, faculty and peer mentoring, career and internship exploration, and social and service learning activities. The AGcelerate Enrichment Program is targeted to underrepresented student populations, but all students are eligible to participate. For more information contact one of our program leaders, Dr. Erin Brannick: or Dr. Tanya Gressley: Talk of Townsend The Talk of Townsend is an online resource for students in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.  The blog is frequently updated with information about advisement, jobs and internships, scholarships, and more! “UCanDoIt” Program for Students on Academic Probation or Having Academic Difficulty Katie Daly, Academic Program Coordinator, provides academic support and guidance for CANR students. Support includes: referral to appropriate resources, and periodic appointments to discuss academic progress. To schedule an appointment, please contact her via phone at (302) 831-2508 or e-mail at

UD Resources

Office of Academic Enrichment 148-150 S. College Avenue (302)831-4555 Tutoring, study skills, workshops, and referrals. Center for Counseling and Student Development 261 Perkins Student Center (302) 831-2141 Personal, educational, and career counseling in a confidential setting. Disability Support Services Center 240 Academy Street, Alison Hall Suite 119 (302) 831-4563 Staff provides an assessment of and accommodations for your individual needs. Math Tutorial Lab 106 Ewing Hall (302) 831-2653 Provides tutorial assistance for Math 010, all 100 level courses, Math 221, and Math 241. Student Financial Services Student Services Building(302) 831-2126 A useful resource for scholarship and financial aid information. University Writing Center 016 Memorial Hall (302) 831-1168 Individual writing assistance for punctuation, grammar, organization, style, and documentation