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Fast Facts about Delaware County Community College

Founded in 1967, Delaware County Community College is an accredited, public two-year college located in metropolitan Philadelphia that serves residents of Delaware and Chester Counties.

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Highlights

Affordable tuition ($113 to $226 per credit hour on average), open admission policy and an easy application process

SPECIAL PROGRAMS
High school dual enrollment
Lifelong learning
Career development
English as a Second Language
GED preparation and more

FINANCIAL AID OPPORTUNITIES
Grants  
Loans
Scholarships
Work-study positions

More than 100 scholarship programs with approximately 
$300,000 awarded annually
50% of credit students receive financial aid
$8,896 average financial aid package

FLEXIBLE COURSES
Day, evening and weekend options including on-campus, hybrid and online courses. Plus, accelerated courses and degree programs.

Campus Life

Vibrant campus life with

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Performances, art exhibitions, readings, workshops, trips and more! Bookstore, café, cafeteria, aerobics studio
and fitness center.

Technology

High-tech labs, classrooms and equipment along with free wireless Internet and a laptop loan program

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Mac and PC computers at the Marple Campus

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Academics

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5 Academic Divisions

  • Allied Health, Emergency Services and Nursing

  • Business, Computing and Social Science

  • Communications, Arts and Humanities 

  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

  • Workforce Development and Community Education

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Facilities

Enrollment Central
Opened in spring 2015 on the Marple Campus, Enrollment Central provides a one-stop hub for students needing assistance with admissions, financial aid and registration. Enrollment Central utilizes an electronic queue system, which allows students to see their estimated wait time and place in line. Instead of standing in line, students can wait in the lounge area or use one of the new computers until their number is called. The representatives students meet with are cross-trained and can assist with issues related to registration, admissions, financial aid and more.
Learning Commons
The Marple Campus is home to the Learning Commons, an innovative facility that provides a one-stop location for access to library, tutoring and writing services. The Learning Commons also houses supplemental instruction services as well as more than 100 computers and 50 laptops, Macbooks and iPads. Many of the College’s branch campuses also have a Learning Commons. Enrollment Central Opened in spring 2015 on the Marple Campus, Enrollment Central provides a one-stop hub for students needing assistance with admissions, financial aid and registration. Enrollment Central utilizes an electronic queue system, which allows students to see their estimated wait time and place in line. Instead of standing in line, students can wait in the lounge area or use one of the new computers until their number is called. The representatives students meet with are cross-trained and can assist with issues related to registration, admissions, financial aid and more.

STEM Complex
The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Complex on the Marple Campus features the STEM Center and the Advanced Technology Center. The Advanced Technology Center focuses on training for today’s high-demand occupations and houses 11 labs for customized education and training. The STEM Center is designed to promote the latest in STEM education and has more than 200 desktop and laptop computers and 24 Mac computers.

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