The College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (CHESS) encourages students to think abstractly and take new approaches within the humanities.
Colleges will be formally established July 1
Kyle Sheppard receives Biden Courage Award
Number of 4.0 students is a record
DSU Research Day held April 20
This organization features programs written, directed and produced by DSU students through the Mass Communications Society. Membership is open to all students who audition for on-air or behind-the-scenes.
DSU Arts Center Gallery
Our gallery exhibits the work of students, faculty members and nationally recognized artists, and features an array of international artifacts. The gallery also hosts lectures and programs in music, theater and visual art.
Sociology and Criminal Justice Internships
Both curricula in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice require that students complete an internship. Internships are designed to enable students to apply classroom knowledge in the professional work setting.
Departments & Majors
Learn about the changing currents of the political realm, mold a career around the diversely exciting world of the arts, or explore the social and psychological tapestry of individuals and groups. There are a variety of appealing majors in the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences.
Research & Student Programs
Participation in research and other extracurricular programs within CHESS plays an integral part in the experience needed for a future in the humanities, education and social sciences.
Social science researchers at Delaware State University are employing social demographic data and methods to describe, explain and predict social phenomena and the effects of social and cultural forces on population distribution.
College Advance Learning Community
The College Advance Learning Community is coordinated by the dean and faculty members of CHESS. This learning community brings students with similar academic interests together and aids with academic success.
Activities for Mass Communications Students
English Language Institute
The ELI provides intensive English language instruction for pre-matriculated students who are seeking to improve their English before enrolling in undergraduate and graduate studies at an American university.
Outlets for Creativity
There are various opportunities within the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences for students to showcase their artistic talents. DSU students find different outlets for their creativity, ranging from canvas, computer, television and the airwaves. Students are welcomed and encouraged to show off their skills.