Since our founding in 1967, Delaware County Community College has been serving the educational needs of Delaware and Chester counties.

Today, the College is the center of educational opportunity in Delaware and Chester counties, with more than 28,000 students enrolled each year. Whether you're looking to work toward a bachelor's degree, advance your career by earning an associate degree or professional certificate, or just take a course for personal fulfillment, you can find yourself here.

At Delaware County Community College, "community" is more than part of our name. It's part of our mission. In addition to our academic programs and non-credit courses, we reach out to our community in many other important ways.

 
Human Resources

The mission of the Human Resources Department is to support the goals and challenges of Delaware County Community College by providing services which promote a work environment that is characterized by fair treatment of staff, open communications, personal accountability, trust and mutual respect. We will provide solutions to workplace issues that support and optimize the principles of the College.
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Career Degrees (A.A.S.)

Whether you're looking for professional growth or considering a new vocation, our Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degrees cover a spectrum of different career tracks from which you can choose.
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Develop Your Career

The courses in our career-focused programs combine theory and practice to give you skills employers are looking for. If you're already working, you'll find our programs will help you keep up with changing trends, learn new skills and enhance your credentials.
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New Choices Career Development Program is a free service of Delaware County Community College designed to help single parents, displaced homemakers and individuals in transition achieve economic security and self-sufficiency.
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Programs for community members

We offer programs that help community members find jobs, work through career and life changes, and even earn a high school diploma. It's part of our commitment to strengthening our Delaware and Chester County communities. Read More >>

 
 
Professional Certification

Delaware County Community College offers professional non-credit certificate programs to help community members pursue their professional goals. These programs are open to everyone, and you may register for individual courses without pursuing a certificate. Read More >>