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“The College is great about offering services to veterans, including personal attention and help with financial aid. It’s easy to get questions answered here, and everyone I’ve come in contact with is phenomenal and always willing to help."
-Robert Saugling, Business Major and President of the Student Veterans of DCCC club
“Getting involved helped me make lifelong friends, and there are a lot of great clubs here. I’d recommend that any new student get to know all of the resources the College has and joining clubs and organizations will help you feel part of the community."
-Yesenia Diaz Lopez, Business Administration Major and President of Latinx Student Association.
“I love interacting with people and traveling. In this field, I can work anywhere...Professors Robert Bennett and John Cooper helped me and guided me along the way. I love my classes. They’re all interesting and there are lots of hands-on projects that helped me learn about different cultures and customer service principles"
-An Le, Hotel & Restaurant Major
“There’s only one thing I dislike, and that is the idea that my journey with Delaware County Community College is coming to an end. Other than that, everything, and I mean everything, has been up to my liking. From the professors who went out of their way to make sure I succeeded to the tutoring service staff that has helped me tremendously to the staff members that prepared lunches and the custodians…they all were truly magnificent. There wasn't a second on campus that I didn't feel safe, cared for and, most importantly, at home..”
-Ruthgey Jeanty, Computer Science Major and Vice President of Student Government Association
“At Delaware County, I always had someone to help guide me on the right path. My professors really cared and wanted to see me get to the next level.”
-Dameian Winns, Hotel & Restaurant Management Major
The best thing about Dual Enrollment is that while you’re going to high school, you’re earning college credits and you’re getting ahead in life. I earned nine credits from the Dual Enrollment program and it was great practice for college. By the time first semester came, I already knew how to take in the information, how to study and how to prepare for tests. If you’re considering doing the Dual Enrollment program, the only advice I can give you is to just do it. You will save a lot of money and a lot of time.
-Morrese Morrison, Network Engineering Major
As an adult, going back to school lets you complete the dreams you had before life got in the way. Have the courage to take just one class at a time. It may take you longer but you are taking the right steps forward to be a part of something bigger—an education that no one can take away from you. The day I graduated was one of the happiest days for me. My heart was filled with joy that my daughter got to see me walk to get my diploma. I wanted my daughter to know to never give up on your dreams.
-Colleen McCloskey, Science for Health Professions Major