Your safety is our top priority. Please visit dccc.edu/coronavirus to access resources and information to help support student success during the pandemic.
Get Ahead with Summer and Fall Classes
Enjoy greater flexibility and convenience with online and on-campus options.
This summer and fall, there will be more in-person and hybrid classes available along with a robust offering of online courses. The following class formats will be offered.
Face-to-face, fully on-campus instruction following all local, state and CDC safety guidelines.
A blend of on-campus and asynchronous online instruction
Completely online in real time with set meeting days/times
Completely online without set meeting days/times
Synchronous & Asynchro. Online
A blend of synchronous and asynchronous online instruction
Whether you’re looking to earn transferable college credits* or take the first step towards a new career, Delaware County Community College provides a range of educational and training options that provide unmatched value. We’re committed to providing you with the resources and support to pursue your goals safely and successfully.
The College has been offering limited in-person instruction since May 2020 for certain workforce and allied health programs that require hands-on instruction and training. We are pleased to expand our offering of in-person classes, student services and some sports and activities this summer and fall while following all local, state and CDC guidelines. We remain committed to providing a safe environment for all students, faculty and staff.
*Students should confirm transferability of credits with their home institution before registering.
Why consider Delaware County Community College?
- Choose from 23 transfer degree programs and 65 career programs, some of which allow you to earn a certificate in as little as six months.
- Maximize your educational investment with an affordable, quality education.
- Benefit from small class sizes with a 21:1 student-to-faculty ratio and dedicated, caring faculty.
- Enjoy peace-of-mind knowing that you have a full range of student support services available, including academic advising, career counseling and a laptop loan program.
Summer 2021 Sessions
|12-Week Summer||May 24-August 1|
|Summer 1 (6 Weeks)||May 24-June 30|
|PowerUp Online (10 Weeks)||June 9-August 12|
|Summer 2 (6 Weeks)||July 7-August 12|
Fall 2021 Sessions
|Fall 15-Week**||August 28-December 10|
|Fall 7-Week A||August 28-October 13|
|Fall 7-Week B||October 25-December 10|
What is the online experience like at Delaware County Community College?
Watch the video below to hear from some of our faculty
Take the Next Step
Visit dccc.edu/request-info to request more information about the College.
Take a tour.
See what the College’s campuses are like through a virtual tour.
Attend one of our virtual information sessions to find out more.
Delaware County Community College offers rolling an open admission to applicants with a high school diploma or GED. Students should apply to the College and for financial aid at the same time.
Complete the application for admission online at dccc.edu/apply.
From grants and scholarships to student loans and payment plans, we provide several options for students who need assistance paying for college. Visit dccc.edu/application-process or call 610-359-5330 for more information.
Drop in to a Virtual Registration session to apply, placement test, meet with an advisor and register, in a single, virtual visit. For more information, visit dccc.edu/virtual-registration.
Get your questions answered.
Call 610-723-2000 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.