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University of Delaware
Place / State :Delaware
Address :Associate Provost for admissions and students financial aid, University of Delaware, Newark, DE-19716
Contact : E-Mail - 1
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Degree Awarded :,Associate,Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral,
Area of Specialization :

Accounting, Agricultural Bussiness, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Education, Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural Sciences, Agronomy/Soil and Crop Sciences, Animal Sciences, Anthropology, Applied Art, Art/Fine Arts, Art History, Astronomy, Athletic Training, Bilingual/Bicultural Education, Biochemistry, Biology/Biological Sciences, Biotechnology, Black/African-American Studies, Botany/Plant Sciences, Business Administration/ Commerce/ Management, Bussiness Economics, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Child Care/Child and Family Studies, Child Psychology/Child Development, Civil Engineering, Cognitive Science, Communication, Community Services, Comperative Literature, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, (Pre)Dentistry Sequence, Dietetics, Early Childhood Education, East Asian Studies, Ecology, Economics, Education, Electrical Engineering, Elementary Education, Elementary Education, Entomology, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Engineering Technology, Environmental Sciences, European Studies, Family and Consumer Studies, Family Services, Fashion Design and Technology, Fashion Merchandising, Film Studies, Finance/Banking, Food Marketing, Food Sciences, French, Geography, Geology, Geophysical Engineering, Geophysics, German, Graphic Arts, Health Education, Historic Preservation, History, Home Economics, Horticulture, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Human Development, Information Science, International Business, International Studies, Italian, Jazz, Journalism, Judaic Studies, Latin, Latin American Studies, (Pre)Law Sequence, Legal Studies, Liberal Arts/General Studies, Linguistics, Management Information System, Marketing/ Retailing/ Merchandising, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Technology, (Pre)Medicine Sequence, Medieval Studies, Music, Music Education, Nursing, Ocean Engineering, Ornamental Horticulture, Paleontology, Parks Management, Philosophy, Physical Education, Physical Fitness/Exercise Science, Physics, Piano/Organ, Political Science/Government, Psychology, Public Administration, Recreational Facilities Management, Religious Studies, Russian, Science Education, Secondary Education, Sociology, Soil Conservation, Spanish, Special Education, Statistics, Technical Writing, Textiles and Clothing, Theater Arts/Drama, Transportation Engineering, (Pre)Veterinary Medicine Sequence, voice, Wildlife Management, Womens Studies, Germanic Languages and Literatures,

Institution Details :Founded in 1743, 1000 acre small town campus with easy access to Philadelphia and Baltimore
Student body:Coeducational
Institutional control : State

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  • Most Difficult: Out of the applicants, about 30% or fewer of the applicants were accepted who were in the top 10% of their high school class and scored over 1250 (1310 recentered ) on SATI (verbal and mathematical combined )or over 29 on the ACT (composite). 
  • Very Difficult: Out of the applicants, about 60% or fewer of the applicants were accepted who were in the top 10% of their high school class and scored over 1150 (1230) recentered) on the SAT I or over 26 on the ACT. 
  • Moderately Difficult: Out of the applicants, about 85% or fewer of the applicants were accepted who were in the top half of their high school class and scored over 900 (1010 recentered) on the SAT I or over 18 on the ACT. 
  • Minimally Difficult: Out of the applicants, up to 95% of the applicants were accepted who were not in the top half of their high school class and scored somewhat below 900(1010 recentered ) on the SAT I or below 19 on the ACT. 
  • Noncompetitive: Virtually all applicants were accepted regardless of high school rank or test scores.