The College is open to assist you both virtually and at some select physical locations. Remote learning will continue through the summer and fall sessions. A small number of hybrid classes are offered with limited class meetings on campus and other work assigned online. Visit dccc.edu/coronavirus for more information.
Career & Counseling Center
Academic Building, 1325
Mon-Thu, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Hours vary by campus
Upper Darby Center
Pennocks Bridge Campus
Delaware County Crisis Connections Team: 1-855-889-7827
Chester County Valley Creek Crisis Center: 877-918-2100
Crisis Text Line Text HOME to 741741
If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
We know that you have concerns that are related to what’s happening as a result of the Coronavirus. For more information on how the Career & Counseling Center can help, please visit our FAQs & Resources page. In addition to staying up to date on factual information, it’s even more important to take steps to care for your mental health as well. This is a new and constantly changing time for all of us that adds a new layer of stress that we have never had to cope with before. Please check out some resources from Mental Health America, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Care for Your Coronavirus Anxiety. These helpful tools will guide you in taking care of your mental health during the outbreak of COVID-19.
If you would like to talk to one of our counselors please click on the link to email us at [email protected]. Messages received during normal hours of operation will be replied to as soon as possible. You can find the center's hours on the left side of this page.
Coping with COVID: Managing Anxiety & Depression
Counselors answer questions from students about managing anxiety and depression in this week's Coping with COVID Series for Mental Health Awareness Month of May. Please reach out. You are not alone. We're here for you.
Brought to you by the Career & Counseling Center Suicide Prevention Committee, which includes counselors Eileen Colucci, Chris Doyle, Lauren Grove and Ryan Jeral. Moderated by Eileen Haase with Skye the certified therapy dog. Special thanks to Alex Plachuta and Alex Salas from the Division of Innovation, Teaching & Digital Learning Excellence who made this video possible.
At Delaware County Community College, we know it can be challenging to make important decisions about your education, your career and your life.
Which major will help me get where I want to be? What if I want to begin my bachelor’s degree at the College and then transfer to a four-year school? Suppose I want to change careers. What if I’m having trouble balancing school with my other responsibilities? We can help!
Faculty and staff in the Career & Counseling Center are eager to help you become successful in college and in life. The Center offers services to assist you at any point in your academic journey and we tailor our approach to meet your individual needs.
Whether you need help registering for courses or changing your major, have questions about your career choice, transfer options, or disability accommodations, or you need to talk with a caring, highly qualified counselor in a confidential setting, stop by the Career & Counseling Center and let us help you.
Our mission is to facilitate growth and development individually and in groups through information resources. This includes assisting in the resolution of personal, career, academic and transfer questions, concerns or problems; developing and providing special services for specific groups; providing printed, computer and video information resources for self-assessment, career exploration, educational goal setting, transfer and job search. Our services are free and available on both a walk-in and scheduled basis to current students.
How We Can Serve You
(For more information on the services we provide, please click on the appropriate link)
Many of these counseling services are also available at our other College branches. For more information, please contact the Career and Counseling Center on the Marple Campus or the Student Services office at a campus near you.