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Are you new to Delaware County Community College or returning after taking a break from your studies? Learn how you can take the next step to become a student at the College today!
Returning students need to submit a paper application and indicate that they are a returning student. Click here for the paper application.
One of the keys to success in college is having a plan to pay for it. Applying for financial aid should be part of your plan because of the various options available.
Explore courses, programs and other important information.
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Delaware County Community College defines “visiting students” as individuals who are matriculated at another college or university and who wish to enroll at our College for course work - summer and winter sessions, for example - that will transfer back to their home institution.
High School Students
The College’s High School Dual Enrollment Program gives students the opportunity to earn college credits while they’re still in high school at a fraction of the cost of standard tuition rates. Interested high school juniors and seniors are invited to apply.
Most international students come from their home countries to the College on the F-1 student visa. International students also include non immigrant visa holders (such as au pairs on a J visa) who have applied for a change of status to F-1 within the United States.
Click below for more information if you are a transfer student wishing to receive credit for course work you have completed, or if you have attended another regionally accredited college or university and would like the credits you've earned transferred to the College.
Whatever your educational needs, Delaware County Community College can help. We believe that learning is lifelong. That’s why we offer a full scope of contining education classes in everything from business to graphic design, from real estate to welding – for all ages.
Allied Health & Nursing
Students applying to study nursing, paramedics, respiratory therapy and surgical technology have special application requirements they need to complete in addition to the application in order to gain admission to the College and the program of their choice.
The minimum age for admission into the Municipal Police Academy is 18. You must be a U.S. citizen. Admission to the program is on a first-come, first-served basis, and class size is limited.
Not sure what to study? Career Coach is a website that links degree and training programs at Delaware County Community College to potential careers and related jobs you can explore.
SOAR is a career and technical education initiative that establishes statewide articulations between secondary and post-secondary education. Its mission is to prepare students for college.