Face masks are required in all indoor facilities regardless of vaccination status. Effective January 1, 2022, proof of vaccination will be required for students, employees and visitors. Visit dccc.edu/coronavirus for additional information.
Student Resources & Support
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Remote Learning Tutorial
- Canvas Learning Management System Overview
- Remote Learning Resources for Faculty/Students
- From Start to Finish: A Student Resource Guide
- Wellness, Athletics & Recreation Resources
- Students with Disabilities
Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds
- Emergency Relief Funding for Students – CRRSAA/HEERF II
- College Makes Federal Relief Funds Available to Students
- CARES Act – Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students
- Expenditure Reporting under CARES Act between October 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020
- Expenditure Reporting under CARES Act through September 30, 2020
Letter to Students from the President, Dr. L. Joy Gates Black
August 30, 2021
Health & Safety Guidelines
Return to Campus
The College resumed full operations at all campuses and centers on Tuesday, June 1 and is following all local, state and CDC guidelines including limited room capacities and other social distancing measures to provide a safe environment for all students, faculty and staff.
Vaccination will not be required for students, faculty, staff or visitors for the Fall 2021 semester, but is highly recommended. However, as of January 1, 2022, proof of vaccination will be required for students, faculty, staff and visitors. View letter from Delaware County Community College’s president to students.
Face masks are required in all indoor facilities regardless of vaccination status.
For the Fall 2021 semester, the College will adhere to 3 feet of social distancing, in all classrooms and common areas, except for the Allied Health & Nursing and Workforce & Economic Development divisions which will return to full capacity.
The College will continue with the enhanced cleaning protocols to include but not limited to, the cleaning of classrooms and computer labs between classes.
For more information, view the College's OVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines.
Student Support Services
Delaware County Community College is committed to helping you realize your full potential by providing affordable, quality education and training. But our mission doesn’t stop there. We offer a wide range of support services to help you reach your goals.
The College is monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely. We are in close contact with state and local health agencies to ensure that the College remains aware of all issues, concerns, guidelines, and protocols pertaining to the virus.
If you have not already done so, we encourage you to sign up for our emergency text alerts.
For the latest information about Coronavirus COVID-19, please refer to reliable sources, including: