The College is open to assist you both virtually and at some select physical locations. Remote learning will continue through the summer and fall sessions. A small number of hybrid classes are offered with limited class meetings on campus and other work assigned online. Visit dccc.edu/coronavirus for more information.
Register for Winter Online
Want to earn credits in between semesters? Intensive five-week classes are offered entirely online! Classes begin on December 9, 2019 and conclude January 9, 2020. Registration closes December 6.
Online courses are just as rigorous and demanding as classroom courses. Please be sure you can dedicate enough time each week to your studies. These five-week accelerated classes will require your complete dedication. Regular tuition and fee rates apply. Financial aid may be available. The College recomends that students only sign up for only ONE course during this intense semester. Please contact your advisor if you plan to sign up for more than one course.
The College will be hosting three live online information sessions for anyone that would like to learn more about taking online classes over the Wintersession semester. Choose from Saturday, November 16 (10-11 a.m.), Monday November 18 (7-8 p.m.) or Tuesday, December 3 (8-9 p.m.). Register »
Students who have taken a course at Delaware County Community College within the past 12 months can register through delaGATE. Students enrolled at other colleges who wish to take a winter course must follow the steps listed on the Visiting Students page. First-time students can get the process started by applying to the College or requesting information. Applications are free at www.dccc.edu/apply.
"Students who do well in our winter session are the ones who understand that taking a five-week online course during this timeframe requires discipline and the ability to juggle life's responsibilities around course requirements. It's almost like going to school seven days a week for five weeks, with the benefit of concentrating on only one course at a time."
-Alexander Plachuta, Assistant Dean of Digital Learning & Teaching Innovation