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Delaware County Community College, Serving Delaware and Chester Counties

Student Affairs


Our mission is to promote holistic student development that fosters academic, personal and professional success thus preparing our students for lifelong achievement and diverse opportunities of the future.


The Student Affairs Division will be recognized by students, colleagues, and other stakeholders as responsive and holistic educators who enhance the curricular and co-curricular experiences of our students. Our goal is to accomplish this through transformative services, formal and informal interactions and outreach.


Meet Our Team

Dr Owens photoJustin Owens, Vice President, Administrative Assistant
Marple Campus, 3250


Andrea Tucker photoAndrea Tucker, Administrative Assistant
Marple Campus, 3250

Allyson Gleason photoAllyson Gleason, Director, Campus Life
Marple Campus, 1180
[email protected]


Kendrick Mickens, Director, Student Outreach and Support
Marple Campus, 1301

Lametha Northern, Director, Act 101 Program
Marple Campus, 2170

Charles Schnur photoCharles Schnur, Director, Student Conduct 
Marple Campus, 3250

Sara Steinman photoSara Steinman, Director of Wellness, Athletics and Recreation
Marple Campus, 1182

Chris photoChristos Theodoropulos, Director, Assessment Services
Marple Campus, 4266


Margaret WeisserMargaret Weisser, Director, KEYS Program
Marple Campus, 2170



News and Updates

Letter from the desk of the Interim VP of Student Affairs - September 2, 2021:

Welcome or welcome back! Thank you for choosing us to continue your educational goals. We wanted to provide some resources and updates for you to help in your success and connection to the College.

Expansion of SNAP Benefits
The Department of Human Services and Pennsylvania Department of Education announced a temporary change in eligibility for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), expanding eligibility to certain college students who qualify based off their families’ income but who normally would be ineligible for the program due to being a student. Find out if you are eligible. If you apply and qualify for SNAP benefits you can also contact the KEYS office at 610-359-5231 or go to our website to learn about additional supports available to you at the College.

KEYS (Keystone Education Yields Success) is a Pennsylvania Department of Human Services program designed to help recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) succeed in community college.

Connect2Success our Early Alert System
Stay connected with your instructors, get feedback on how you’re doing in class, access services, request help and much more. Visit the YouTube link below to see how to get started with Connect2Success.

Religious Exemptions for Missed Classwork
Delaware County Community College is committed to supporting students of diverse faith-based backgrounds. Per college policy, students, upon request, may be excused from tests scheduled on religious holidays of their faith. If this impacts you, please contact your instructor as soon as possible.

9/11 20th Anniversary Events

  • "September 11, 2001: The Day That Changed the World" Poster Exhibition- September 7–17 in the Art Gallery, Marple Campus
    In honor of the 20th Anniversary of 9/11, we are hosting this poster exhibition that explores the history and ongoing implications of 9/11 on individuals and communities throughout the world. This exhibit is courtesy of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum.
  • Annual 9/11 Moment of Reflection- Friday, September 10 at the 9/11 Memorial Tree on Marple Campus, 10 a.m.
    Join us as the College community honors the 20th anniversary of 9/11 during our brief annual ceremony and moment of silence
  • 9/11 Anniversary in the Schools webinar
    Can’t make it to Marple Campus? The 9/11 Memorial and Museum will also be offering this free webinar allowing students and educators from around the world to hear stories from 9/11 family members, first responders, and a student to commemorate this occasion. The webinar will be available by going to www.911memorial.org/webinar and clicking the “View webinar” button. You can log in at any time beginning Friday, September 10 to view the program on demand. The live chat will be available from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. EDT on September 10 and 11.

Important Dates
September 4—6: Labor Day Holiday (No Classes—College Closed)
October 1: Fall 7-Week A Student Withdrawal Deadline
October 13: Fall 7-Week A Session Ends
October 26: Fall 7-Week B Session Begins
October 28: Veterans Preferential Spring 2022 Registration Begins
November 1: Spring 2022 Registration Begins

We are excited that you are part of the College community. If I or any member of the Student Affairs team can assist you in anyway, please reach out to us.

Mary Jo Boyer
Vice President, Branch Campus Operations and Interim Vice President, Student Affairs

Student Affairs Team
Andrea Tucker, Administrative Assistant 
Allyson Gleason, Director, Campus Life
Kendrick Mickens, Director, Student Outreach and Support
Lametha Northern, Director, Act 101 Program
Charles Schnur, Director, Student Conduct
Sara Steinman, Director of Wellness, Athletics and Recreatio
Christos Theodoropulos, Director, Assessment Services
Margaret Weisser, Director, KEYS Program