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Delaware County Community College is proud of our accomplished alumni, and we encourage you to enjoy the benefits of staying connected. The College’s Alumni Association serves more than 25,000 members today and is open free of charge to all graduates.
We encourage graduates to get involved in the Delaware County Community College Alumni Association. It’s a great way to support the College and stay connected to your classmates. Plus, you’ll enjoy special benefits available only to alumni.
The Alumni Association offers opportunities to:
- Connect alumni with the College and our students
- Network with fellow alumni and community members
- Promote the College
- Raise funds for scholarships and other projects
The Association is governed by the Alumni Council, an executive committee of alumni volunteers who plan programs and events that support the Alumni Association and the College. Our President and Vice President:
Erica Reeves ’11 is the President of the College’s Alumni Association. She was an active student leader while on campus including roles with Phi Theta Kappa as Vice President of Fellowship, President of the Community Service Club, a Student Success Ambassador, and recognized as a Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges in 2011. After graduating with a degree in Liberal Arts, she attended and graduated from West Chester University with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. Between her programs, she took a gap year to serve with City Year Greater Philadelphia as a mentor and tutor to ninth-grade students at Thomas Edison High School. She is currently studying for her Master’s Degree in Higher Education Counseling and Student Affairs at Widener University. She has worked at the College as a retention specialist in the Office of Student Success and First-Year Experiences and recently became a full-time student counselor at our Upper Darby Center. She has previously served as co-advisor for the College's Phi Theta Kappa and currently advises the National Technical Honor Society chapters. Have a question for Erica? Send an email to [email protected]
Membership in the Alumni Association
Becoming a member of the Alumni Association is easy. If you’re a graduate, you’re automatically a member. If you’re a former student with 16 or more credits and your entering class has graduated, you may request to be a member. Please email me for more information.
As an Alumni Association member, you enjoy all of these benefits:
- Career services, including the College’s Student Employment Services and Co-op Center, Workforce Entry Center and the online job board
- Access to the Alumni Association on LinkedIn
- Use of the College's Learning Commons
Learn more about the many programs and events for alumni. We invite you to take part in our programs, help us plan events, and offer your suggestions for future activities.