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.
Tennis Anyone? Renovated Tennis Courts Enhance Campus
(Media, PA, May 3, 2011) Tennis anyone? Members of the tennis team at Delaware County Community College participated in a ceremony that was held on April 20, 2011 to recognize the generosity of the Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Memorial Fund in renovating the College’s six tennis courts.
“Thanks to the Memorial Fund, we were able to enhance an athletic program that provides competition and recreation for the College community and beyond,” stated College President Dr. Jerry Parker. “These improvements offer more opportunities for community members, local tournaments, and intercollegiate competition,” added Parker.
Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith was a tennis devotee, who loved the game and its sportsmanship, and wanted to preserve the sport in its finest sense. She was a prominent member of Philadelphia society and her love of tennis led to her establishing the United States Lawn Tennis Association Girls’ Sportsmanship Trophy and the Middle States Lawn Tennis Association Tournament. The Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Memorial Fund, formed in 1977 from her estate (managed by Wachovia Bank, N.A.), benefits organizations located in Southeastern Pennsylvania, with primary emphasis on serving community needs in Delaware County.
Photo Caption: Representatives of the College hosting the event were (left to right) Dr. Jerry Parker, president, Andrew Johnson, Jr., director of wellness, athletics and recreation, Kathleen Breslin, vice president for institutional advancement, and Reginald Middleton, Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Memorial Fund Trust administrator at Wells Fargo Bank.
About the College
Delaware County Community College is the center of educational opportunity in Delaware and Chester counties. The College welcomes and serves all who seek academic achievement, career advancement, or personal fulfillment. The quality, range, and accessibility of the College's programs and services reflect and respond to the goals of today’s students, the demands of a changing workforce, and the needs of a dynamic community.
For more information about Delaware County Community College, visit our website at dccc.edu.