Updated COVID Protocols

 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.

Delaware County Community College, Serving Delaware and Chester Counties

Adult Students

Adult Students

At Delaware County Community College we make it possible to return to the classroom, with flexible scheduling, nine different locations and online courses. Whether you’re trying to move ahead in your career with a certificate program, begin one of the College’s various degree programs or simply enrich your life through learning, the College has all the resources you need.

Delaware County Community College’s five academic divisions offer associate degrees and certificates in an array of academic disciplines designed to further prepare you for a career in health care, business, technology, humanities, mathematics, sciences, hospitality, trades and more.

The College also offers programs with transfer (A.A., A.F.A. and A.S.) degree opportunities, which can help save you money while preparing you to complete a four-year or bachelor’s
degree at another institution.

Credit for Prior Learning

Did you know that you may be able to earn college credit for work or life experiences that equate to college-level knowledge?

Career Coach

Career Coach is a resource that links degree and training programs at the College to potential careers and related jobs.

Bachelor's Degrees

The College has degree completion agreements with some local four-year institutions. 

Cost Comparison

Save thousands of dollars on tuition and start your path to a bachelor’s degree without breaking the bank.

En Español

Contamos con información disponible para los hispanohablantes.

PA Career Link

The PA CareerLink®, located within the Workforce Entry Center at the College, is one of many one-stop career resource centers throughout Pennsylvania.

Financial Aid

One of the keys to success in college is having a plan to pay for it. Applying for financial aid should be part of your plan because of the various options available.

Transfer In

If you have previously attended another regionally accredited college, you can transfer credits to the College. 


With nine locations in Delaware and Chester counties, access to a Delaware County Community College education is in your neighborhood. 

Online Learning

Take courses from the comfort of your own home with our offering of online courses and distance learning.

Continuing Education

Return to learn at the College for non-credit enrichment, training or certification classes.

Advanced Manufacturing

The College is a regional leader in training for high-paying jobs in the growing industry of advanced manufacturing technology. 


The College has a comprehensive curriculum that can provide education and training to people in the area with military service.

New Choices

New Choices Career Development Program is a free service designed to help single parents, displaced homemakers and individuals in transition achieve economic security and self-sufficiency. 

Disability Services

The Office of Disability Services is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to qualified students with disabilities. 

KEYS Program

KEYS is a state program designed to help recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program succeed.