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Delaware State University, DE

Delaware State University is a privately governed, state-assisted historically black land-grant research university in Dover, Delaware. DSU also has two satellite campuses: one in Wilmington and one in Georgetown. The university encompasses four c…
Delaware State University is a privately governed, state-assisted historically black land-grant research university in Dover, Delaware. DSU also has two satellite campuses: one in Wilmington and one in Georgetown. The university encompasses four colleges and a diverse population of undergraduate and advanced-degree students. Delaware State University is classified among "R2: Doctoral Universities – High research activity".
  • Established: May 15, 1891
  • President: Tony Allen
  • Former names: Delaware College for Colored Students (1891–1893) · State College for Colored Students (1893–1947) · Delaware State College (1947–1993) · Wilmington Conference Academy (1873-1918) · Wesley Collegiate Institute (1918–1941) · Wesley Junior College (1941–1958) · Wesley College (1958–2021)
  • Motto: "Enter to Learn, Go Forth and Serve"
  • Accreditation: MSCHE
  • Academic affiliation: TMCF
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