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Conference Centers of the University of Delaware
Newark, DE, 19716
Phone: 302-831-2214
Fax: 831-2998

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The University of Delaware is committed to creating an educational community that is intellectually, culturally and socially inclusive, enriched by the contributions and full participation of persons from many different backgrounds.

The Office of Equity and Inclusion welcomes you to the University of Delaware. We are honored to be the office designated to lead the University in its commitment to diversity. Our commitment is long-standing. The Affirmative Action Office was established in 1972 and was followed shortly thereafter by the creation of a Minority Affairs Board, the Center for Black Culture in 1974, the Office of Women’s Affairs in 1978 and the LGBT Community Office. Over the decades, the University's commitment to diversity has expanded and become more and more inclusive.

Many changes have occurred at the University of Delaware. Years ago, the UD Faculty Senate adopted a resolution that stated our commitment to treating everyone with respect and dignity. In 2007, President Harker unveiled UD’s Strategic Plan-- the Path to Prominence™ - featuring diversity as a guiding principle. The plan states that, “The University of Delaware will foster a robust educational environment in which all people are welcome and feel welcome – one that supports critical thinking, free inquiry and respect for diverse views and values.”

The plan clearly articulates the Administration’s position that as a community, the University will embrace diversity as an integral and vital part of everyday life and a cornerstone of the University.

The University of Delaware has made significant progress in its commitment to diversity. University of Delaware students, faculty and staff of all backgrounds come to this community and achieve. We are very proud of our accomplishments. We invite you to explore our offices and programs designed to present and celebrate the contributions and perspectives of our diverse community of students, scholars, and employees.


Camp Type:
Day  Residential 
Year Established:
Age of Campers:
6 - 18
/wk (Please contact camp for exact pricing.)
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(Please contact camp directly for updated session schedule.)

First Session:
June 7 - July 10
June 7 - July 29
Second Session:
July 12 - Aug. 13


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