COVID-19 College Update | March 31, 2020


In accordance with Governor Wolf’s directive, the College’s physical campuses and centers will remain closed through April 30. However, all courses, student support services and College operations are occurring remotely. The College continues to serve students and the communities of Delaware and Chester Counties. Please visit dccc.edu/coronavirus for more information.
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How do I withdraw from the College for Medical Reasons, Military Service or a Life-Changing Event Beyond My Control?

The College recognizes that students may have to officially withdraw from classes because of a call to active military duty (appropriately certified), a disabling injury or serious illness (must be certified by a physician), or a life-changing event over which they have no control (must be documented by an appropriate third party). Upon receipt of the appropriate withdrawal form and documentation, the Registrar will determine if a letter of credit is warranted and only if the student's account is paid in full and the reconciliation of financial aid and/or payment plan, where applicable, has been completed. The request may be made within the term or within 60 days following the term for which the credit is requested. NOTE: Future financial aid eligibility may be adversely affected by withdrawals.

Withdrawal Form for Medical »
Withdrawal Form for Military »
Withdrawal Form for Life-Changing Event »