News & Events
On June 20, 2016, Delaware Tech’s Board of Trustees awarded the Paul K. Weatherly Award to Senator Harris B. McDowell, III for his strong support of the College’s mission, goals and students.
On Monday, June 20, Delaware Tech’s Board of Trustees unanimously approved Dr. Valencia “Lynn” Beaty as vice president for human resources. Dr. Beaty currently serves as the director of human resources at the Stanton and George Campuses, a position she has held since November 2014.
Rowan University and Delaware Technical Community College recently announced a partnership in four associate-to-bachelor’s degree programs in the sciences.
WILMINGTON – The Stanton and George Campuses’ 12th annual Mardi Gras gala, held February 20, 2016, drew about 500 guests and raised funds to support student scholarships.
Delaware Technical Community College is the recipient of a $125,000 grant from the JPMorgan Chase Foundation to expand pathways for careers in technology through a CISCO Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Routing and Switching certificate program.
STANTON - Delaware Technical Community College recognized the Honorable Theodore “Ted” Blunt at an Honoree Celebration on Tuesday, February 23 as part of its Black History Month events.
DOVER – The 4th annual Delaware Tech Terry Campus Chocolate 5K Run/Walk, held February 13, 2016, was supported by nearly 600 participants and raised $28,000 for the school’s international education study abroad scholarship program and on-campus Global Understanding Series.
On Tuesday, February 16, Delaware Technical Community College presented its Fiscal Year 2017 operating budget request to the Joint Finance Committee at Legislative Hall in Dover.
On Wednesday, February 17, representatives from Delaware Technical Community College and Salisbury University gathered at the Jack F. Owens Campus in Georgetown to announce and celebrate new scholarships available to Delaware Tech associate degree graduates who transfer to SU.
WILMINGTON - On Friday, February 5, 2016, Delaware Technical Community College’s Dental Health Center, located at the College’s George Campus in Wilmington, hosted Give Kids a Smile, a national program that provides free dental care to children from low-income families.
If it wasn’t for Delaware Tech, I’m not sure where I’d be.” It’s a common refrain among Delaware Tech students and graduates and one that is particularly relevant this year as the College celebrates an important milestone – its 50th anniversary.