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What is the STEM Complex at Delaware County Community College?
The STEM Complex consists of two buildings:
- The Advanced Technology Center, which opened September 22, 2009.
The ATC focuses on high-demand 21st century occupations and highly specialized programs to meet the employment needs of major corporations.
The Center focuses on Applied Engineering Technology (AET) career pathway programs designed to lead students to high-growth, high-priority, high-paying occupations. The pathway can take students from an entry level certificate or associate's degree to a bachelor’s degree from one of our university partners. AET is a highly technical, hands-on/minds-on, challenging education program aimed at supporting business and industry throughout our region.
- The STEM Center, which opened January 22, 2010.
The STEM Center supports modern educational trends primarily in science, engineering and mathematics. The building includes a fitness center, aerobics studio, computer technology center, lecture hall with multimedia capabilities and a café.
For more information, visit the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics division page or call 610-359-5082.