When an injury or illness occurs on any campus or center, Safety and Security is to be contacted immediately. Security Officers are certified in CPR/AED. All faculty, staff, students and visitors are authorized to call 911 in the event of a medical emergency. Phones are located around the buildings. If you are calling from a College phone, you must first dial a 9 to get an outside line (9-911).
Campus Safety & Security Phone Numbers:
The Wellness Center promotes health and wellness to faculty, staff and students at all College campuses, by developing and delivering programs on health and wellness topics.
We’re here to promote your good health. We encourage students and staff to take advantage of our wellness education offerings, including health fairs,workshops, publications and online information. For more information, select from the menu below.
Stretch BreakEvery Tuesday join our new Wellness Coordinator for a mid-day virtual stretch break. Join at your desk, computer, even at home on your couch. Watch on Facebook Live, plug in your headphones and stretch it out.
Lunch & LearnsSeptember 27 - Nutrition: Smart Snacking, Noon-1 p.m., Room 1180
October 12 - Domestic Abuse: Take A Stand, Noon-1 p.m., Room 1180
October 12 - Introduction to Self Defense, 5-6 p.m., Fitness Center
October 16 - Great American Smokeout, Founders Hall Lobby
October 19 - Health Insurance, 11 a.m.-Noon, Room 2246
November 7 - TACO Tuesday: Self-Care, 11 a.m.-Noon, Room 2163
Annual Health FairNovember 1, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Academic Building Lobby
Blood Pressure Checks11 a.m.-Noon in Academic Building Lobby
September 29, October 4, 9, 11, 13, 16, 18, 20
Questions About Insurance?The Marketplace opens November 1. Insurance Navigators will be on campus to help October 19, November 1 & 20.
If you have a temporary injury or illness that makes it difficult to walk a long distance from parking lots, the Wellness Center and Campus Safety offices can provide you with a temporary Medical Parking Permit. These permits are available for eight-week periods, with the possibility of an extension, if needed. To be eligible, you must complete an application, provide a copy of your Driver's License and a note from your doctor indicating your injury/illness.
The Wellness Center is here to provide information on relevant health issues, community resources and other wellness topics. Stop by Room 1181 for brochures, flyers, books and other resources on wellness topics from sexual health to nutrition and smoking.
Academic Building, Room 1181
Hours: Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Delaware County Community College is 100 percent tobacco free. The Tobacco-Free Campus Policy is part of a commitment to create a healthy and sustainable environment for the entire College community. It is intended to eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke, provide an environment supportive of tobacco-free lifestyles and eliminate the environmental impact of cigarette litter. The policy applies to all faculty, staff, students and visitors (including contractors and their employees).