News & Events
DOVER - The Delaware Tech Terry Campus hosted David Nelms, Chairman and CEO of Discover, on February 3, 2017 as part of the company’s annual roadshow.
DOVER - Delaware Tech recently established a Collegewide Criminal Justice Advisory Board and its first meeting was held January 13, 2017 on the College’s Terry Campus.
NEWARK – Delaware Manufacturing Extension Partnership (DEMEP), based at Delaware Technical Community College’s Stanton Campus, has been awarded federal funding to operate a Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) center in the State of Delaware for the next fi
The Navient Foundation contributed $22,000 to Delaware Technical Community College to establish a Veterans Resource Center at the Charles L. Terry Campus in Dover.
DOVER – The Terry Campus honored veterans and commemorated the 25th anniversary of Operation Desert Storm by hosting a community breakfast Monday, November 7, 2016.
DOVER – Terry Campus students, faculty and staff and employees from the Office of the President recently collected more than 5,400 non-perishable food items to support the DART First State and Food Bank of Delaware 2016 ‘Stuff the Bus’ campaign, the agencies’ 19th annual Thanksgiving Food Dri
DOVER – Students in the Terry Campus Cyber Club recently traveled to the University of Connecticut to compete against 23 colleges and universities in unique cyber security challenges at CyberSEED.
Delaware Tech is proud to showcase student-athletes and their accomplishments. The Athlete of the Month is chosen based on athletic achievement, sportsmanship and academic success.
DOVER - The Delaware Tech cross country program turned in a great performance at the NJCAA Region 19 Championship on Sunday, October 30, 2016, in Branch Brook Park, New Jersey, as the men’s team won its first championship and the women’s team finished in second place.
DOVER - The Delaware Tech women’s volleyball team won the NJCAA Region 19 Division II Championship on Saturday, October 29, 2016, in Scranton, Pennsylvania. It is the team’s third regional title in the past five years and fourth title overall.
In the true spirit of statewide collaboration, instructors and staff from the Stanton and Owens Campuses toured two processing plants in Millsboro and Selbyville Delaware in October.
President Mark T. Brainard recommended, and the Board of Trustees unanimously approved, Dr. Bobbi J. Barends as vice president and campus director for the Jack F. Owens Campus effective January 3, 2017.