Updated COVID Protocols

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/vaccine-info for additional information.

Delaware County Community College, Serving Delaware and Chester Counties

Enrollment Process

We are excited that you are interested in becoming a dual enrollment student. This page includes a step-by-step guide through the dual enrollment process.​

  1. Apply and remember your username and password for future use.​

    If you have qualifying test scores (taken within the last 5 years), upload the scores to the application (see below).  Students without qualifying test scores will complete the placement test. Note: qualifying test scores are subject to change.​

    PSAT/SAT Reading=500; ACT Reading =18​
    PSAT/SAT Math = 530; ACT Math = 20​
    Literature and Algebra I Keystone Scores = Proficient or Advanced ​
     
  2. After submitting your application, wait 72 business hours and then log back into the application portal to determine if your application has been processed.​

  3. Once your application has been processed, retrieve your DCCC ID# from your welcome letter (accessible via the application portal) and schedule the placement test (if you do not possess qualifying test scores). Students may contact the Testing Center at [email protected] or 610-325-2776. For students that submit qualifying test scores, please contact an enrollment representative 72 business hours after submitting your application and scores at [email protected]. Please include your full name, high school name and date of birth.​

  4. For students completing the placement test, you will be prompted to contact an enrollment representative after finishing the test.  Please remember to email us at [email protected] after completing the placement test.​

  5. Complete the New Student Orientation.​

  6. Possible registration. Depending on your test scores a college advisor or an enrollment representative will register you for a college course. Please note: only seniors in high school may enroll in developmental courses.  ​

  7. Pay for your course(s), obtain your textbooks and any course materials as outlined by your instructor. Students may pay for the courses via their student portal, delaGATE. Textbooks and course materials may be found on the bookstore webpage or by visiting the bookstore. Please note: students will want to have their college schedule available as they search for textbooks and any course materials for their courses. Students may access their college schedule by logging onto delaGATE, clicking “Students” and then “View Your Class Schedule.”​