Face masks are required in all indoor facilities regardless of vaccination status. Effective January 1, 2022, proof of vaccination will be required for students, employees and visitors. Visit dccc.edu/coronavirus for additional information.
Change Starts Here
At Delaware County Community College, you can obtain the education and training you need for the career you want thanks to the programs and support to realize your full potential.
With over 80 degree and certificate programs; 30 transfer partners; seven locations; and faculty and staff who truly care about your success, Delaware County Community College provides unmatched educational value.
It's your turn to make a difference.
Make your dream a reality. From healthcare workers and paralegals to industrial mechanics, many industries are experiencing a labor shortage. Delaware County Community College can help you prepare for jobs that are in high demand, thanks to a robust offering of short-term workforce training programs and streamlined transfer pathways.
The best way to learn is your way.
Now offering more on-campus classes while also providing online and hybrid options, the College provides the flexibility to learn your way. With day and evening classes, seven locations throughout Delaware and Chester Counties, and a host of academic sessions, convenience is built in. Below are some of our most popular class formats.
Completely online during set meeting days/times
Completely online without specific meeting days/times
Combination of in-person and online instruction
Traditional classroom instruction
Effective January 1, 2022, proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required for all students, faculty, staff and visitors accessing College facilities, unless they have been approved for a medical or religious exemption and provide weekly proof of negative COVID tests. Visit dccc.edu/vaccine-info for details.
The future has never been so affordable.
More than $625,000 in scholarships is awarded annually by the College’s Educational Foundation. Be sure to complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) which allows qualifying students to access grants, loans and emergency relief funds.
Kelleher Connect Career Opportunity Fund
Eligible students in designated career programs may receive tuition assistance ranging from $500 to $5,000 toward their tuition, fees and books each semester! Visit dccc.edu/kelleher for more information.
Take the next step toward your future.
Delaware County Community College is here to help you create the future you want. From small class sizes to a vibrant campus life, there are plenty of opportunities to get engaged while attending the College. Plus, you’ll have the peace-of-mind knowing that you have a full range of student support services available, including academic advising, career counseling and a laptop loan program.
Call 610-723-2000 to speak with an Admissions representative.