News & Events
The Delaware Tech men’s cross country program recently signed Dover High School student-athlete Sean Saxton to a letter of intent. Saxton will join a team that won last year’s NJCAA Region 19 Championship.
The winners of a black and white license plate raffle were announced recently, and congratulations go to Pete and Susan Booker of Wilmington, DE. Tickets were sold over several months, with proceeds benefiting the College’s student scholarship fund.
Delaware Tech’s Cross Country Team recently signed three recruits for its 2017-2018 cross country team. These included:
• Brandon Halter from St. George’s Technical High School
• Isabella Hanrahan from St. Mark’s High School
• Alexander Nieves from Glasgow High School
NEWARK – In the spirit of the season, both the men's and women's basketball teams and the cross country team recently participated in community outreach efforts to give back.
After completing their service with the U.S. Marines in the late 60’s and returning to Delaware, twin brothers Dan Tidwell and Dave Tidwell used their GI Bill benefits to begin their college education at Delaware Technical Community College’s Jack F. Owens Campus.
Some of the most important learning experiences take place outside of the classroom. This year, the Criminal Justice Club is keeping that in mind as they plan many activities and field trips for its members.
STANTON – On November 11, Delaware Technical Community College’s Stanton and George Campuses recognized Veterans Day with two events – a breakfast and a luncheon.
DOVER – The Delaware Tech men's cross country team wrapped up its first trip to the NJCAA Division I National Championship with a 36th-place team finish in the November 12, 2016 competition held in El Dorado, Kansas.
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.