The Delaware County Community College Learning Commons opened in January 2013. Located on the fourth floor of Founders Hall, the Learning Commons serves as a center for students, faculty and staff in a dynamic space that supports the College’s commitment to student success.
This vibrant new facility offers a student-centered environment that provides access to many academic resources and encourages opportunities for collaborative learning. Academic support services found in the Learning Commons include Library Services, Writing and Tutoring Services. The Learning Commons also offers a wide variety of technology including portable and assistive technologies. Students can also use quiet and collaborative study spaces (with whiteboards and computer display screens) and purchase items at a coffee bar.
All of the following services are available to active students, are supported by technology, and may be accessed on a walk-in basis or by appointment.
On-campus spaces for attending synchronous online classes
If you have a need to connect to your online synchronous class while on campus, below are some spaces where you might sit. While unfortunately none of these spaces are ideal for class participation, if you need to speak during class, make sure to bring a headset.
Founders Hall Fourth Floor (Learning Commons)
Left-side computer area (computer stations are for listening only)
Library classroom (computer stations are for listening only; available only when not previously booked)
Booths in the tutoring area
STEM Building First Floor (computer area) and seating by the windows
STEM Building (quiet study area on all other floors)
Area outside of the Art Gallery (2318)
Lower Café Area (couches and chairs)
Area outside of room 3310
There are limited locations on branch campuses for connecting to online synchronous classes. Please visit the staff in the learning commons who can help you find an available place.