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If you do not have a high school diploma or GED and are 19 years of age or older, we can consider you for enrollment on a part-time basis. To pursue this opportunity, you must:
It is important to note that students without a high school diploma or GED are not eligible for Federal financial aid, even if admitted to the College.
Students interested in the plumbing apprenticeship should call 610-356-4800 for admission procedures.
The minimum age for admission into the Municipal Police Academy is 18. You must be a U.S. citizen. Admission to the program is on a first-come, first-served basis, and class size is limited. In order to ensure the safety of students, the College and the general public, we have instituted entrance requirements for students seeking admission to the Academy, as described under PA Legislative Act 120:
If you are a transfer student wishing to receive credit for previous course work you have completed, submit official transcripts from all of the post-secondary schools you have attended. Acceptance of transfer credit will depend on:
Only 36 transfer credits may be used toward degree requirements. Former Delaware County Community College students who have completed 24 or more credits at the College may transfer a maximum of 12 credits from other institutions to satisfy degree requirements. For information contact the Assessment Services Office at the Marple Campus.
Delaware County Community College defines "visiting students" as individuals who are matriculated at another college or university and who wish to enroll at our College for course work which will transfer back to their home institution.
To enroll at our College as a visiting student, please follow the simple steps below. It is strongly recommended that you submit all of the paperwork together. Steps 2 through 4 must be completed for each semester you plan to attend as a visiting student. Step 1 may need to be completed again if it has been a year or longer since you last attended here.
Step 1: Complete a Delaware County Community College Application for Admission. Be sure to include a “major” (academic program) code in the appropriate space on the application form. Applications cannot be processed without a major code.
Step 2: Get a letter from your advisor on your school letterhead or a form from your school that authorizes enrollment at our College for the purposes of transferring the credits back to your home institution. This authorization must indicate the specific Delaware County Community College course or courses you wish to take. It’s important to discuss your plans with your home institution so they can advise you.
Step 3: Include a note providing the specific course information for the class(es) in which you wish to enroll, including CRN (course reference #), SUBJ (subject code), CRS (credits), SEC (section), and TITLE (course title).
Step 4: Mail all of the above information together to:
Delaware County Community College
901 S. Media Line Road
Media, PA 19063
Consider transferring your credits to Delaware County Community College! We recommend that visiting students submit an official transcript and transfer their credits to the College. Transferring credits to our College makes registering for classes easier. Many of our classes have pre-requisites that you may have completed at your home institution. Unless you transfer those pre-requisites to us, you may be prevented from registering online. When you transfer credits to us, you do not lose your credits at your home school.
To apply for admission to the Nursing Program (RN), you must:
The College has instituted the following admissions criteria for individuals seeking enrollment in the Paramedic-Advanced Life Support program:
Individuals are admitted to this program by the College’s Director of Emergency Services Education. For more information, contact Elaine Karr by email or phone: 610-723-4012.
To apply for admission to the respiratory therapy program, you should: