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

Contact Information for Student Complaints

If you feel like you have been treated inappropriately by a member of the Delaware County Community College community, below are the points of contact to help address your concern.


Title IX/Sexual Harassment and Other Forms of Harassment

 

endrick Mickens, Director of First-Year Experiences
610-359-5340
Email

Complaints Against Faculty (non-harassment) & Grade Appeals

Delaware County Community College is committed to assisting students with the resolution of issues and concerns in an effort to foster respect across the College and support retention.  If you have an issue in a course (e.g., grade appeal and concern about an instructor) that you are unable to resolve, please complete this form with as much detail as possible. While we cannot guarantee a specific outcome, we can assist you in better navigating what can be a complex system.  Use the academic division of the class, NOT your major. Please see this list if you are unsure.

Academic Divisions

Allied Health, Emergency Services and Nursing
Genny Cavanagh, Interim Dean
Marple Campus, Room 3193
610-359-5273
Email

Business, Computing & Social Science
Richard McFadden, Dean
Marple Campus, Room 3306
610-359-5320
Email

Communications, Arts & Humanities
Terri Amlong, Dean
Marple Campus, Room 4306
610-359-5391
Email

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Eddie Reed, Interim Dean
Marple Campus, Room 2400
610-359-5082
Email

Workforce Development and Community Education Division
Karen Kozachyn, Vice President
Marple Campus, T202 Advanced Technology Center
610-359-5362
Email

 

Complaints Against Staff & Procedures (non-harassment and non-academic)

Delaware County Community College is committed to assisting students with the resolution of issues and concerns in an effort to foster respect across the College and support retention. If you have an issue or concern with a College process or procedure that you are unable to resolve, please complete this form with as much detail as possible. While we cannot guarantee a specific outcome, we can assist you in better navigating what can be a complex system.

Some examples of issues or concerns with which we may be able to assist are customer service, communication disconnects, and procedural issues. Information you provide gives the College the opportunity to improve our processes and procedures when and where warranted.

If you have any questions, please contact Director of Student Conduct, Charles Schnur, at 610-359-7385 or by email.


Complaints Against Students (potential violations of the Code of Conduct)

Charles Schnur, Director of Student Conduct
Marple Campus, Room 3250
610-359-7385
Email