Updated COVID Protocols

Effective January 1, 2022, proof of vaccination is required for all faculty, staff and students taking on-campus classes or accessing on-campus services. More information, including specifics for prospective students and visitors, is available at dccc.edu/vaccine-info. Face masks are required in all indoor facilities.

Delaware County Community College, Serving Delaware and Chester Counties


Si Young sitting at a table reading a book.

“International students have some problems, such as language, different systems between their own country and the United States, etc. The International Student office was really helpful to me in giving advice and high quality information. In my major, several professors were really helpful. They explained things in detail, and informed with knowledge from their professional education experience teaching children. I really have respect for all of the College’s education professors. ” 

Si Young, from South Korea

Headshot photo of Khanh.

“At Delaware County Community College, I have a lot of free benefits, such as tutoring, advising from counselors and advisors, and resume reviews for life (even after you graduate, you can go back to the employment office to get help about your job and resume). Last but not least, the campuses are safe and always being protected by the Department of Safety and Security.”

Khanh, from Vietnam

Isaac in graduation attire giving a speech at a podium.

“Throughout your education at Delaware County Community College you are exposed to fine minds who not only mentor you, but also challenge you to think in ways you never have before.” 

Isaac, from Ghana, Student Commencement Speaker

Photo of Angela sitting cross legged.

“I am transferring to Drexel University. Delaware County has helped me a lot in preparing to transfer. Not only does it have a group of great and friendly staff members who will help you every step of the way during your education and during the transfer process, but also the various clubs and activities on campus will prepare you for the campus life that awaits you in a bigger university. I am receiving about 50 percent off of the total tuition at Drexel as a result of the Dean’s and Phi Theta Kappa scholarships, and all of my credits transferred successfully.” 

Angela, from Indonesia

Aerik standing in front of a house.

“Education in the U.S. is known all around the world. Studying in the United States doesn't simply give you a substantial degree. Your experience says something in regards to your identity. Living in and examining the U.S. where your language isn't spoken is challenging, requires bravery and an inspirational state of mind.” 

Aerik, from India

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“From all the courses that I've taken so far along the way, DCCC surely employs the best set of professors that I can ever imagine. But most importantly, as a community college, I would say they should be one of the most diverse schools across Pennsylvania. Currently being here at the school, they also support students like me with more than 50 transfer agreements with four year schools and could be guaranteed a huge amount of scholarship based of on your GPA..”

Esther, from Nigeria

Velaria standing next to a white board with a drawing on it.


“Everyone is really nice, and even if your English is not that good, they will always try to understand you. It might be really different from your country, but it is a nice place to start a new life.” 

Velaria, from Peru

Photo of Seiya pointing at a map.

“I have made many American friends being on the basketball team.  Now I am the captain. Joining a sports team is very rewarding and it helps you develop skills that you can use the rest of your life.” 

Seiya, from Japan

Chan Woo standing next to a sign that says University of Pennsylvania Law School.


“The United States is the land of dreams. The atmosphere of my home country requires hard work to be successful. However, even though students put a lot of efforts, it is hard to get into a good school and get a job. On the contrary, in the U.S, if I am ready to learn and acquire high goals, I believe anyone can be successful. Do not be scared of a new challenge! If you want [to study abroad], come and face it!” 

Chan Woo, from South Korea

An leaning against a handrail.


“The best about my program is that I have to learn by practical experience. My hospitality courses make me practice event planning, creating an itinerary for travel trip, practicing booking hotel and transportation, and learning time management. All of my professors in the Hotel and Restaurant Management Department always help me to develop my professional skills for the field, improve problem solving skills, and get ready for my future job.”
An, from Vietnam

Hojun sitting next a statue imitating it with his hand on his head.


“The Collegs is well-prepared for international students, so it's a nice place to start your studies! I met various people from different cultures, and I experienced a lot and learned lots of things from them.” 

Hojun, from South Korea

Irena in graduation attire standing in front of a statue of the Drexel dragon.

“Getting to know other international students and learning from great faculty and staff made me feel well-prepared to transfer to Drexel University. I was awarded a Dean’s Scholarship and my credits transferred easily towards my bachelor’s degree. Today, I work as a financial analyst for one of the largest U.S. banks – JP Morgan Chase & Co.”

Irena, from Serbia